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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Three new grocers added to National Co+op Grocers member list

The addition of Kensington Community Food Co-op, Gem City Market and Wild Onion Market brings the group's total to 154 members.


NGA reveals 2023 Creative Choice Awards winners

Honorees will be recognized at this month's NGA Show at the Caesars Forum Convention Center in Las Vegas.

The Ahold Delhaize banner's new location will be at 130 Duella Dr. in Inwood.

"Aldi is thrilled to begin servicing the Venice community once again," the discount grocer said.

The employee-owned, Iowa-based grocer is expanding far beyond those state lines, with new locations in Wisconsin, Tennessee, Indiana and Kentucky. Hy-Vee brings with it a "little bit different" go-to-market strategy, its CEO said.

The Allegiance Retail Services' banner now has a fifth store, which is located on Dekalb Avenue.

"NGA is ready to work with lawmakers to ensure the needs of the independent grocery industry are addressed," Stephanie Johnson, NGA VP of government relations, said.

The fast-growing West Coast discounter's new market is located in Hazlet and employs 25 people.

Appointment signals the California-based grocer's commitment to growth, the company said.

Executive excitement is also building for the grocery retailer’s growth in Kentucky, with first store in the Bluegrass State slated to open later this year.

Roskovich is retiring after more than 47 years with the employee-owned retailer.

The discount grocer’s 26th regional headquarters supports 100 stores and provides groceries to 8 million of its Gulf Coast shoppers. 

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