Christine LaFave Grace

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Turkey Hill Names New CEO, COO

Turkey Hill board member Andy Jacobs, previously COO of Hostess Brands, is the company's new CEO.

Industry Partners

Consumers More Bullish on Economic Outlook in June

Consumer confidence hit a pandemic high in June, The Conference Board reported, as U.S. consumers' short-term economic outlook improved—despite the inflation they're anticipating.

New private-label insulin products for adults and children can save customers 58% to 75% over what they would pay if buying branded insulin without insurance, the retailer says.

At the Jefferies Consumer Conference, Kath McLay, CEO of Walmart's $64 billion sidekick, talks Scan and Go tech, omnichannel growth and managing rising costs.

Farmstead is open for business in South Florida as the online grocer continues its cross-country expansion.

The Minneapolis-based retailer says three core goals—elevating sustainable brands, eliminating waste and emissions, and accelerating equity—define the Target Forward strategy.

Promoting culinary discovery while delivering the basics takes finesse. Kelsey Collins, category manager for Dom's Kitchen & Market in Chicago, talks about Dom's approach to bringing it all together.

In Chicago's Lincoln Park, this bright, sleek new market aims to make customers' next meal more memorable.

Bigger at-home gatherings—and higher prices—helped propel fresh fruit to beat out its dollar sales in May vs. the tough-to-beat year-ago period.

After partnering with DroneUp on delivery of at-home COVID-19 test kits, Walmart is investing in the Virginia Beach, Va.-based drone services provider.

The retailer is offering a digital COVID-19 vaccine record for all individuals who were vaccinated at a Walmart or Sam's Club pharmacy or at a Walmart-run vaccination event.

Prices for grains, beef and veal, and oilseeds climbed in May as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the biggest year-over-year gain in producer prices since November 2010.

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