Top news and trends in play for household and personal products


Grocery museum to open in Joliet, Illinois

The Local Checkout: The Planinsek Grocery and Meat Market Museum showcases importance of local grocery stores to their communities; IGA's John Ross is the keynote speaker at PLMA Show in November.


For Domestic Violence Victims and Their Pets, We Aren’t Backing Down

More than 70% of women in domestic violence shelters report that their abuser used their pet(s) as a means of control. When survivors make the terrifying decision to leave, many face a cruel reality: ...

Grocery stores such as Aldi, H-E-B and Lidl are not known for being fashion icons, but fans continue to flock to their branded merchandise.

The Texas grocer has partnered with home management platform Thumbtack to offer suggestions and hiring info for local pet service providers, landscapers, repair people and more.

Convenience gives grocers a major advantage when it comes to selling greeting cards: Offering a one-stop shop for items consumers might need for a celebration—cards, prepared foods, flowers, gifts and...

Redman, who has nearly two decades of grocery, drug and mass retail reporting experience, comes to WGB from industry publication Supermarket News.

The Texas grocer, known for cultivating very loyal shoppers, is rolling out a line of branded shirts, socks, baby onesies and more.

The Texas grocer on Monday debuted a card that gives 5% cash back on “H-E-B’s family of brands,” the retailer said.

Lalley is a veteran journalist who spent the last six years as an editor with Winsight’s Restaurant Business magazine.

Listen in as WGB Editors Diane Adam and Jeniece Drake, along with moderator WGB Managing Editor Heather Lalley, talk about sustainability trends in the grocery industry, such as reusable packaging and dynamic pricing, that are both good for the environment and good for driving business for environmentally minded consumers.

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