Jennifer Strailey

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Jennifer Strailey

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Kroger Defends Pension Buyout

Citing greater cost certainty that could aid other investments, Kroger's CFO makes a strong case for a proposed pension buyout.


The Giant Co.’s Paul Madarieta Honored as Minority Business Leader

A driving force behind the Giant Heirloom Market concept, Paul Madarieta has been honored by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a 2020 Minority Business Leader.

“A pay bump won’t keep you alive if you contract COVID-19,” said Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who joins the UFCW and Sen. Sherrod Brown in calling for an Essential Workers Bill of Rights that would offer a full suite of health benefits and protections in addition to hazard pay.

The retailer's newest store in Redding, Calif., features an expansive array of local products from wine to beer to fresh produce and more. 

Ahold Delhaize’s Stop & Shop banner has launched Nutrition Partners, a new dietitian program available digitally at no cost to customers.

The coronavirus crisis has shoppers rediscovering the joys of experimenting in the kitchen.

The retailer recently opened its first Smart & Final Extra store in Turlock, Calif., offering area shoppers club-size goods without requiring membership.

A new report from Takeoff Technologies reveals what online grocery shoppers value most and how retailers can best compete profitably in the channel.

From its newest hard seltzers to its dessert-style beers inspired by some of its most popular packaged goods, Trader Joe's talks product development in the adult beverage space.

New Redding store celebrates the Northern California lifestyle, as well as products from the agriculture-rich Central Valley.

The retailer's new Colorado store delivers its trademark fresh and organic foods, packaged for the pandemic in a grab-and-go-focused format.

In another sign of the times, and what could be the fate of many grocerant concepts in the coming months, Wegmans has decided to permanently close all of its Pub locations.

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