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

Piggly Wiggly Poised to Launch Digital Advertising Solution

Piggly Wiggly Midwest has renewed its partnership with Mercatus to continue offering shoppers an online experience, while also readying to launch Mercatus Digital Advertising, becoming one of the first retailers to adopt the new solution.

Technology

Building Shopper Loyalty in the Age of COVID

A new shopper survey from Anyline Inc. finds that price and expiration date errors erode customer loyalty and trust.

Alfalfa's Market uses pandemic as springboard for change in its retail foodservice operations.

While COVID has threatened salad bars with extinction, Chowbotics has unveiled new technological developments for its fresh food robot Sally that it says allows grocers to “reclaim” this once profitable area of the store.

Demand for online ordering and delivery of prepared foods has skyrocketed during the pandemic, but will the trend continue?

A Giant store in Camp Hill, Pa., is the latest grocer to offer a Saladworks restaurant in-store.

H-E-B says 'thank you' with $500 bonus to all of its employees across the state of Texas.

Amazon Fresh opens its second California store, which is also its second location in the country.

For the first time, EBT SNAP participants will be able to access fresh food and pantry staples from Aldi via Instacart’s same-day delivery and pickup services.

Southeastern Grocers, parent to Winn-Dixie and Fresco supermarkets, files for an initial public offering and in so doing offers a peek under the hood of a business that has hit its share of bumps in the road.

Whole Foods rolls out free, one-hour curbside pickup for Prime members nationwide in advance of holiday season.

Shoppers at Fresh Thyme Market will soon have access to product information in-store and in real time, thanks to scannable shelf tag data.

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