Heather Lalley

Editor in chief, Winsight Grocery Business

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H-E-B furthers DFW expansion with new store slated to open in Allen

The Texas grocer also announced three more supermarkets planned for the Dallas-Forth Worth area, all scheduled to open in 2025.


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That’s the high end of the grocery tech firm’s range, bringing in $660 million during the company’s Wall Street debut.

The retailer is adding hundreds of new value-focused holiday food and beverage items, bringing back Marks & Spencer gourmet gifts and more as it looks to hire 100,000 seasonal workers.

The discounter said it hopes advertisers, as well as customers, are drawn to its new digital experience.

An investigation found that consumers are frequently charged more at the register than what is listed on the shelf, the lawsuit said.

Mayor Brandon Johnson said Chicago is conducting a feasibility study to determine whether it could open a municipally owned grocery store in an underserved neighborhood on the South or West side.

The retail giant said customers can now place orders as late as 9:30 p.m. and receive them 30 minutes later.

Bahrenburg brings more than three decades of retail technology experience to the fast-growing specialty grocer.

This will be the 29th location for the regional grocer. The store features an extensive retail foodservice selection.

The grocery tech company is looking to raise up to $616 million in its long-awaited initial public offering.

The move standardizes entry-level wages at the store level, the retail giant said. Retail watchers said the move may indicate a less-tight labor market.

WGB tracked 20 new stores during the month, up from just nine grand openings in July.

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