Amanda Baltazar

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Amanda Baltazar

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Self-Checkout Finds Its Footing

Retailers are offering more ways for customers to pay for their goods—human interaction optional.

Fresh Food

Slicing Into Perceptions of Pork

The meat department staple could use some love to get more consumers thinking about pork as a captive meal builder.

From LED lighting to better employee awareness, grocers can do a lot to reduce energy bills and benefit from sustainable practices.

Rice and pasta are ripe with innovation as consumers embrace variety, new flavors and convenience.

Retailers move to capitalize on consumer demand for supplements derived from natural sources.

Moms and millennials are leading the call for products with fewer and simpler ingredients.

A raging debate over bone-in meats offers retailers an opportunity to educate their shoppers.

As the category shrinks, cereal reaches for more promos, dayparts and snacks.

Three of the industry’s biggest grocery retailers are in all-systems-go mode when it comes to AI.

The pilot program propels the Wakefern member to expand its healthy foodservice cred with "salad-hip" offerings.

The question isn’t what it’s going to do for grocery stores in the future—it’s what it’s not going to do.

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