Jennifer Strailey

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Jennifer Strailey

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How Whole Foods Became a Leader in Local

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 Reports ‘Very Strong’ Q3 Results

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.

Created in partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival, and featuring Drew Barrymore as a virtual host, Walmart is rolling out drive-in movies in 160 of its store parking lots through Oct. 21.

Ahold Delhaize is the latest major player in grocery to announce strong Q2 earnings as a result of COVID-19.

Boasting a female CEO and other women in leadership roles, as well as positions throughout the company, Save Mart was named the No. 1 grocer on Forbes' annual list of America's Best Employers for Women.

Wakefern has forged a new partnership with Inmar aimed at extending its reach to new consumers and driving engagement with its loyal shoppers.

The retailer honors the 23 lives lost at the Cielo Vista Mall shooting in El Paso one year ago with a private remembrance event at the Grand Candela Memorial.

Agreement with the leadership of Teamsters Local 414 in Fort Wayne, Ind., ends the recent strike and nearly a year of new contract negotiations.

Nothing draws a crowd like a Wegmans' store opening, unless that opening is in the middle of a pandemic.

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