Christine LaFave Grace


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Christine LaFave Grace

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Retail Segment a Bright Spot for SpartanNash in Q1

The company lifts its forecast for the retail segment while lowering its projections for military sales.


SpartanNash Q1 Retail Comps Slide in COVID Lap

Improvements in gross-profit margin point to progress against key initiatives, CEO Tony Sarsam says.

McClaren Farms is the first product line to come out of Walmart's push to develop an end-to-end beef supply chain.

Beyond rolling out special offers, exclusive recipes and Kellogg's edible glitter-dusted Together With Pride cereal, Giant Food will make a $12,500 donation to benefit Can't Cancel Pride 2021.

Shareholders of Grand Rapids, Mich.-based SpartanNash voted in Douglas Hacker as board chairman ahead of the company's first-quarter earnings release this week.

Indianapolis-based Market Wagon is on a roll. Currently in 29 markets, the company aims to be delivering locally produced fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, baked goods and more in 50 markets by the end of the year.

The pop-up grocery-store concept highlights on-trend categories and emerging CPG brands that have been heavily promoted on social.

Amazon's agreements with third-party sellers are at the center of a new antitrust lawsuit that could have implications for rival Walmart and other online retailers.

Consumers aren’t abandoning meat—not by a long shot—but they are choosing plant-based more often.

Bowery Farming, whose big-name backers include chefs Jose Andres and Tom Colicchio, as well as Natalie Portman and Justin Timberlake, is now valued at $2.3 billion.

On the heels of closing a $290 million Series B funding round, Berlin-based Gorillas will begin service in Brooklyn on May 30 as the market for super-fast grocery delivery heats up.

Brick-and-mortar grocers have been dominant in part because shoppers have more of an emotional connection with stores than with online platforms, Jupiter founder Chad Munroe says. Jupiter wants to change that.

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