Jennifer Strailey

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Jennifer Strailey

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Natural Grocers Sees Bulk Sales and Earnings in Q2

Spurred by COVID-19 shopping patterns and its ability to buy and prepackage its own bulk products, Natural Grocers reported robust financial results for its fiscal second quarter.

Fresh Food

Greenhouse Operation Sees First Mass Coronavirus Outbreak

What does the greenhouse-grown produce industry's first widespread coronavirus outbreak mean for the supply chain?

WGB talks the latest trends in natural and organics with leading producers in categories across the store.

Food entrepreneurs say innovation will serve them well as pandemic sparks a surge in meal kits, plant-based foods, snacks and breakfast foods.

Although the pandemic has put the kibosh on experiential food retailing, WGB’s signature monthly Grocertopia feature serves as a visual reminder of excellence in merchandising, engagement and retail theater.

The retailer's newest campaign encourages shoppers to pen thank you notes to essential workers, while raising money for food banks.

The retailer's latest podcast offers a behind-the-scenes look at how it has navigated supply chain issues and more during a global pandemic.

Stay-at-home orders have breathed new life into once flagging meal kit sales, but will these gains continue when restaurants reopen?

Kroger, Leevers Supermarkets and Dave's Markets offer front-line grocery workers the opportunity to receive a daily paycheck during the pandemic.

Risk and opportunity abound as the coronavirus pandemic evolves and shoppers migrate to new products and retailers like never before.

Supermarkets have largely stabilized at an elevated sales level, and executives see a return to fully stocked stores shortly, as well as more normal operating hours.

With the expansion of operational hours chainwide and reopened in-store delis and bakeries, H-E-B offers a ray of hope that grocery may one day return to a version of normal.

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