Biography

Jennifer Strailey

Jennifer Strailey is editor in chief of Winsight Grocery Business. With more than two decades of experience covering the competitive grocery, natural products and specialty food and beverage landscape, Jennifer’s focus has been to provide retail decision-makers with the insight, market intelligence, trends analysis, news and strategic merchandising concepts that drive sales. She began her journalism career at The Gourmet Retailer, where she was an associate editor and has been a longtime freelancer for a variety of trade media outlets. Additionally, she has more than a decade of experience in the wine industry, both as a reporter and public relations account executive. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Boston College. Jennifer lives with her family in Denver.

 

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Retailers

Inside Uncle Giuseppe’s Newest Kitchen

Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace has reopened a former King Kullen on Long Island behind specialty Italian-themed offerings, becoming "more than just a supermarket," its officials say.

Retailers

Coborn's, Albertsons Double Down on Meals Biz

Grocers are digging into the latest retail foodservice trends, from salads made by robots to restaurant-quality meal solutions.

While opening fewer locations than expected, Costco experienced a record year for sales and earnings in 2020, says CEO W. Craig Jelinek.

Chief Merchandising Officer Scott Crawford discusses trends driving sales for the e-commerce brand, now under the wing of Ahold Delhaize.

With the acquisition of Jackson Whole Grocer, Whole Foods Market is set to open its first location in the state of Wyoming.

The retailer talks winning products in plant-based during its latest podcast.

In the competition for share of curbside pickup, The Fresh Market has thrown down the gauntlet with a new program aimed at making the grocer home to the “Friendliest Curbside Experience in America.”

The retailer attributes growth to a combination of factors, including its focus on in-store experience and digital prowess.

Amazon is now hiring for its first two Amazon Fresh grocery stores in Washington state—one in Bellevue's Factoria neighborhood and a second store in Seattle's Central District.

Online retail giant Amazon directs customers to physical stores for everyday essentials.

The Brightfield Group takes a look at which states will see the most cannabis growth in 2021.

The online grocery platform taps Nick Giovanni as CFO, citing the Goldman Sachs veteran's experience helping private companies become global leaders.

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