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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Who Are the CPG Icons of Digital Grocery?

WGB partners with Cadent to explore the brands leading in the rapidly growing omnichannel space.


H-E-B to Open Expansive Central Texas Store in 2022

San Antonio-based grocer to build a second store in the City of Leander. New location to span more than 103,000 square feet and feature conveniences such as curbside pickup and home delivery.

Total organic fresh produce sales for Q3 2021 increased 3% from the same period last year, according to the new Organic Produce Performance Report by Organic Produce Network and Category Partners. 

Berlin-based meal-kit company HelloFresh has expanded its business to Italy. The market entry is part of the group’s global strategy to expand its total addressable market and secure long-term sustain...

Grocers across the country are offering increasingly competitive hourly wages in one of the tightest labor markets in recent history.

Have a dollar? The grocery platform partners with 99 Cents Only Stores to deliver produce, pet food, lipstick, party supplies and more from some 300 locations.

Today’s consumers want more than flavor and fun from their snack break.

Sourcing unique products and helping suppliers bring them to market are just some of what it takes to be a successful forager for the Austin, Texas-based grocer, says Chris Manca.

New cuts, new colors and plant-based, vegan introductions noodle their way into the Monrovia, Calif.-based grocer.

Grocers from Uncle Giuseppe’s to Mollie Stone’s Market are gearing up for what could be their most profitable holiday season for prepared food yet.

CEO of Bristol Farms and Lazy Acres Natural Market shares vision for 'Version 2.0' stores and what's next for Good Food Holdings.

From a new natural living section to a food hall to an apparel department, the grocer's newly renovated store in Kirkwood, Mo. has it all.

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