Kristina Hurtig

Senior Editor, Winsight Grocery Business

Articles by
Kristina Hurtig

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Retailers

Meet UNFI’s Master Marketer Award Winners

The food wholesaler recognizes 30 independent grocery retailers for their best-in-class marketing efforts and names the Cayman Islands Foster’s as the 2020 Grand Master Marketer.

Retailers

Hy-Vee Looks to Fill 10,000 Positions

The Midwest chain says new employees are needed as it expands and opens new stores and as it adapts to meet the evolving needs of shoppers.

The association adds five members to its board of directors, including the CEOs of C&S Wholesale Grocers and SpartanNash. Meanwhile, it joins the Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance to help create a "safe, affordable and sustainable food supply."

The retailer's newly opened 114,000-square-foot location in its hometown of Kerrville, Texas, where H-E-B was founded in 1905, honors its early days.

In an interview with WGB, Ryan Render shares how the employee-owned chain has been adapting during the pandemic and what “the next evolution of Redner’s” looks like as he reflects on the chain’s roots.

With the go-ahead from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, Food Lion moves forward with recruitment efforts to fill nearly 5,000 jobs.

The retailer is partnering with Ulta Beauty on a new shop-in-shop destination that will begin rolling out at 100 Target stores in 2021.

Drug store chain placing an emphasis on whole health with its new “Stores of the Future.”

Kroger has had a "final offer," including a new pension scheme, on the table for months but union won't vote, the retailer says.

Retailer waives its $1.99 curbside pickup fee for orders of $35 or more as its total stores offering the service reaches 70.

Nestle USA acquires the fresh-prepared meal delivery service, valuing it at $950 million with potential earnouts up to $550 million.

The e-commerce platform gives the Italian market another avenue to get its products to customers when fewer are shopping in-store.

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