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

Has Trader Joe’s Proven It Doesn’t Need Digital?

A new survey finds that online grocery is expected to account for 21.5% of total grocery sales by 2025—an estimated $250 billion—but Trader Joe's wants no part of it.

Retailers

Trader Joe’s Strategic Seasonal Product Launch

While the start of the pandemic saw retailers struggling to keep toilet paper and meat on the shelves, the new challenge is to ensure a full assortment of pumpkin spice is in stock.

The retailer's expansion plans for North Carolina are running at full steam, with four additional locations planned for a total of six stores in the state.

A recent report commissioned by Takeoff Technologies examines how traditional grocers can beat Amazon at the online grocery game.

While a new study from Brick Meets Click and Mercatus Technologies finds that U.S. grocery delivery and pickup sales slipped slightly in August from June's peak, average order value increased to a record high of $95.

With Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods Market, Amazon, Aldi and Lidl setting up shop in northern New Jersey, competition is heating up for the region’s No. 1 grocer.

Heading into Labor Day weekend, grocery workers at Kroger, Food 4 Less and Whole Foods Market call for a reinstatement of hazard pay given the continued threat of COVID-19.

Whole Foods Market’s recently opened 44,000-square-foot Huntington Beach, Calif., location offers an excellent adventure in fresh seafood, produce, juices, local products and more.

New partnership offers customers same-day delivery on thousands of convenience, alcohol, grocery and prepared foods items.

The retailer launches Nourishing Our Neighborhoods, a program designed to rescue food and redistribute it to the communities that need it most.

Bashas’ Family of Stores' new Food City in Mesa, Ariz., offers a feast for the senses, fresh produce, meat, baked goods and much more.

Whole Foods Market has opened its first permanent online-only store in Brooklyn, which the company says will allow it to better meet the growing demand for online grocery delivery.

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