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Kristina Hurtig

Senior Editor, Winsight Grocery Business

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Kristina Hurtig is senior editor of Winsight Grocery Business. Kristina has been an editor in the retail trade industry for the past five years, with experience covering both the grocery and convenience-store industries. 

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Retailers

New Details Emerge on Meijer’s Small-Format Store in Detroit

The 42,000-square-foot Rivertown Market will have a pedestrian-friendly design, with three garage-style doors and outdoor fresh produce and floral areas. It will also feature a Mudgie’s Deli and a Great Lakes Coffee coffee shop.

Retailers

Homeland, RestoreOKC Bring Groceries to Oklahoma City Food Desert

HAC banner Homeland has partnered with the community-driven development organization on a 6,800-square-foot grocery store that will bring much needed fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as hot prepared foods, to the community.

From chips to cheese, here are 7 products for a thriving market.

The independent retailer has opened a replacement store more than six times the size of its predecessor in the Arizona neighborhood of Colorado City, welcoming customers with expanded meat and produce departments and new offerings such as a beer garden and coffeehouse.

From easy meals and bulk produce to home fitness and comforts, these trends reflect the height of the shutdown to continued changes in home and work lifestyles.

Department sales reached $69.6 billion in 2020, according to FMI–The Food Industry Association’s 2021 Power of Produce report.

The retailer invests in 19 Urban League chapters across the Midwest, applauding the organization’s “commitment to provide economic empowerment, educational opportunities and the guarantee of civil rights.”

The retailer will break ground this month on a new store along the Highway 55 and Highway 25 corridor in Buffalo, Minn.

The tech companies aim to provide a scalable microfulfillment solution for retailers.

The contactless home delivery solutions provider, whose technology is being used in Walmart’s pilot of smart boxes, names Henk Niemansverdriet chief of global partnerships.

FMI—The Food Industry offers an analysis of the operational changes and investments food retailers made during the pandemic.

At-home schooling meant families had to stock up on more snacks and meals for kids—but it also meant more innovations on store shelves.

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