Jennifer Strailey

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Jennifer Strailey

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Instacart Partners With C&S Independent Grocers

The new partnership will allow more than 3,000 independent grocers to move their businesses online.


H-E-B Creates $1 Million Fund to Address Racial Injustice

Recognizing that "words are not enough," H-E-B President Craig Boyan recently addressed fellow Texans via a Facebook video to announce the grocer's $1 million campaign to stand up against racism and hate.

From wild weather to contagions and civil unrest, increasingly it seems the new norm in grocery retailing will require heightened disaster preparedness and response.

Grocers such as Whole Foods, Kroger and Wegmans find that COVID-19 has driven sales of plant-based foods like never before.

The retailer believes a return to its authentic farmers market stores will yield highly profitable results.

Seeking to avoid the massive crowds its store openings typically draw, Wegmans is keeping the open dates of a trio of new stores on the down-low.

With unique features such as golf cart parking, a gathering room and a sleek wine bar, Raley’s new Bel Air location in Sacramento County’s Rancho Murieta is the community’s first full-service grocery store.

Grocery workers urge Kroger and others to reinstate hazard pay as they continue to face a risky work environment.

While the grocer is set to open its sprawling new store on June 10, other area projects in its $200 million investment plan will have to wait.

In a recent interview with CNN, UFCW President Marc Perrone suggests that all eyes are on Kroger with regard to the end of "hero pay."

Does an end to one-way aisles and senior hours spell a return to normalcy for grocers around the country?

Imported mangoes, dragonfruit and other specialty fruits are driving sales but also helping build customer loyalty at U.S. food retailers.

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