Jennifer Strailey

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Jennifer Strailey

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Retailers

Is Amazon Fresh the Newest Competitor in Grocery?

A recently filed trademark suggests Amazon's new supermarket in Woodland Hills, Calif., and future locations around the country will open under the Amazon Fresh banner.

Industry Partners

Which Grocery Players Benefit Most From Stimulus Plan?

Where will shoppers spend their second round of stimulus checks? A new study from IRI reveals the potential winners and losers in grocery.

FreshDirect—in partnership with the city of New York and the five New York City borough presidents—has extended Operation 5-Borough Food Drive, a citywide food initiative to help New York families in need and combat food insecurity in New York City, through September 2020. 

Part of Boise, Idaho’s downtown revitalization, Bodega Boise is an upscale c-store offering essentials, grab-and-go, groceries and pinball.

Trader Joe’s has announced four new store locations are “coming soon,” including one in Fort Wayne, Ind., a regional first for the company.

Trader Joe's most recent podcast talks new product development in a pandemic, tasty goods in every aisle, and steps toward greater diversity and inclusion in its product mix.

There's never been a better time to brush up on life, home care and culinary skills, and Whole Foods' new Home Ec 365, a digital how-to program, is here to help.

Whole Foods Market's reputation as a destination for locally sourced natural and organic products is no accident. Its dedicated team of trend seekers and new product developers is on a mission.

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage reports its net sales increased $40.7 million to $265.1 million for Q3 fiscal 2020, ending June 30.

AJ’s parent company Bashas’ Family of Stores entices shoppers with $1 iced-tea, at the same time it expands its Food City banner's participation in Double Up Food Bucks.

The retailer's latest contactless solution is a payments pilot that allows shoppers at its QFC stores to use their mobile devices to pay for groceries.

The warehouse club attributes strong Q2 results to an uptick in sales due to COVID-19.

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