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FMI’s 2022 Grocery Shopper Trends Report Finds Shoppers Still Enjoy Grocery Shopping

"The pandemic has not diminished the appeal of grocery shopping, particularly for younger shoppers. Satisfaction with their primary store remains high for shoppers," said Steve Markenson, director of research and insights.


H-E-B Commits $500,000 to Support Victims of School Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

"Our hearts go out to all the families during this tragic and painful time," an H-E-B official said.

A 61,000-square-foot facility in the Columbus area will serve as a last-mile cross-dock location that can reach customers up to 200 miles away, the retailer said.

At the National Restaurant Association Show, leaders from Chicago’s Friday Night Flights neighborhood tasting series offered tips on how to grow your brand through community events.

Retailer's new location in Apopka, Fla., features a farmers market experience, with an open layout and fresh produce at the center of the store.

The Rochester, N.Y.-based grocer's first location in the nation's capital will open in a historic building formerly occupied by Fannie Mae’s headquarters.

The grocery retailer and Empower at the Bridge Foundation will cultivate a “Giant Bleacher Garden” for food-insecure area families in Harrisburg, Pa.

The hydroponic-grown products will be available at all 262 Meijer stores across the retailer's six-state footprint.

Almost 50% of consumers claim they are at least somewhat uncomfortable with their finances, but they are also expressing a readiness for travel.

"Our business model remains more relevant than ever in the current inflationary environment," President and CEO Bob Eddy said.

Feeding America West Michigan launched its Nourish Tomorrow campaign—a $6 million advancement campaign aimed to move the food bank’s headquarters and distribution center from Comstock Park to 3070 Shaffer Avenue, SE in Kentwood, Mich.—because the food bank’s current Comstock Park facility is operating beyond its functional capacity.

"We urge the agency to clearly reassure consumers that Abbott has taken appropriate steps to come into compliance with food safety regulations and resume safe production so that consumer confidence in the safety of its products can be rebuilt," said FMI President and CEO Leslie G. Sarasin.

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