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Schnuck Markets to Debut Smaller 'Schnucks Fresh' Concept in Jasper, Ind.

In-and-out shopping for fresh foods is the focus of the new format.


'Urgent Transformation' Needed Post-Pandemic, CPG Group Says

Emerging more resilient and more trusted will require fixing supply-chain issues and redoubling efforts on sustainability and social responsibility, the Consumer Brands Association finds.

Fresh fruit prices saw their greatest jump in seven years as four of six grocery food categories recorded higher prices for the month.

For four years, customer satisfaction with grocery stores was relatively stable. Then 2020 happened.

Snacks and sweets—everything from ice cream to trail mix and croissants—are the focus of Target's newest food and beverage brand, launching April 5.

Randall Stephenson, who retired in July as AT&T's chief, becomes the 12th member of Walmart's board.

Food and beverage stores posted modest job gains as general-merchandise stores recovered some of the jobs shed in January.

Transparency, trust and timeliness will be more important than ever, says iTradeNetwork CEO Rhonda Bassett-Spiers.

Differentiation in fresh starts with helping consumers make the meals they want to make.

Target reports $15 billion sales growth in 2020—more than in previous 11 years combined—as it looks toward more small-format stores, new sortation centers and expanded grocery assortment for pickup in 2021.

Promoted from SpartanNash's Martin's Super Markets brand, McClellan will be tasked with developing an assortment strategy and growth plans for the company's fresh product categories.

Smart investments in talent, tech and operational efficiencies will help offset expected moderation in sales, CEO Tony Sarsam says.

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