Diane Adam

Diane Adam is an editor with WGB who covers publicly traded grocery retailers, wholesale clubs, and independent grocers. Prior to joining Winsight, Diane spent four years as a senior copywriter in the restaurant industry and over 20 years as the managing editor of The Greek Star newspaper. She received her bachelor's degree in history with a concentration in journalism from Colorado State University. When not writing about the grocery industry, she is searching for her next favorite Greek restaurant.  

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Ollie's Bargain Outlet opens 500th location in Iowa; Texas, Wisconsin and Long Island next

The discount closeout retailer also celebrated a construction milestone this week of its new Illinois distribution center, which is scheduled to open in 2024.


Seward Community Co-op workers drop strike plans after reaching tentative agreement

Workers at the co-op, which has three locations in the Minneapolis area, will receive raises of at least $5 over three years if the contract is ratified on Monday, UFCW Local 663 said.

The discount grocer's new location, slated to open Thursday, will be in Bartonville, about 175 miles southwest of Chicago.

The low-cost format store will open in Bonne Terre, Missouri, on Oct. 18. Harps Food Stores is also slated to open two new Harps stores at the end of the year in Brookland, Arkansas, and Chouteau, Oklahoma.

The Emeryville, California-based retailer's newest location in the Portland metropolitan area will be across from the upscale shopping center of Bridgeport Village in Tigard.

The Local Checkout: NGA reiterates support for indies when it comes to curbing mergers that enhance anticompetitive buyer power; IGA urges vote for Credit Card Competition Act.

The upscale grocer's newest store will occupy the former site of Whole Foods in Chicago's River North neighborhood. CEO Don Fitzgerald remains "bullish" about future growth.

The discount grocer's limited-edition collection of fall gear includes backpacks, hoodies and hats.

The café, which first opened its doors in 2001 but closed during the pandemic, is upstairs from the supermarket.

The robot now has real-time data capabilities at more than 300 stores throughout the Northeast to improve on-shelf product availability and price accuracy.

The Keasbey, New Jersey-based cooperative said customers at select ShopRite and The Fresh Grocer locations can now track orders in real time.

FreshTake is set to open its doors next summer in the former Whole Foods location at I-20 and Washington Road in Augusta. The new store concept will include an in-store café, a walk-up barbecue smokehouse and a five-hole putting green.

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