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Stores

Independent Local Market Opens in Former Dominick’s Location

A new concept from the owners of Shop & Save opens in a former food desert on Chicago’s South Shore.

Wholesalers & Distributors

How SpartanNash Turned Retail Comps Positive—for the First Time

CFO Mark Shamber discusses how the retailer's recent moves in both distribution and retail have paid off.

In honor of the grocer’s 50th anniversary and the founder’s 90th birthday, the governor declared Dec. 9 Stew Leonard’s Day in the state of Connecticut.

The state-of-the-art facility is expected to open in summer 2020, expanding the wholesaler’s operations into the region.

Sales of ready-to-eat soup grew 16.5% in 2018, offering great potential for grocery stores.

Trade media brand's editorial staff unpacks their list of must-haves for their family feasts.

The app allows customers to purchase food at a reduced cost as it nears its sell-by date, diverting it from landfills.

The first two Pizza Hut kiosks in a supermarket are operational in Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods in Texas.

Location in Verona, Wis., focuses on local sourcing while providing housemade specialties the independent chain is known for.

Amid overall decline, grocers have opportunities to highlight innovative products and private brands.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court grants Dean Foods access to up to $475 million to fund daily operations, including employee wages and vendor payments.

After announcing last quarter its exit from Fresh Kitchen and the resignation of CEO Dave Staples, SpartanNash posts positive sales and improvements to supply chain.

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