Kristina Hurtig

Senior Editor, Winsight Grocery Business

Articles by
Kristina Hurtig

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Retailers

Hy-Vee Sets 3rd ‘Best of Local Brands’ Summit for September

The retailer’s second quarterly summit in May netted 28 new brands, which will become available to its customers in the coming months.

Adult Beverages

Alcohol E-Commerce Poised for Long-Term Growth: Report

Online alcohol platform Drizly examines how consumers will shop for and consume adult beverages as a new normal emerges.

Cheryl Sommer acquired the store, which is the only locally owned independent supermarket in Santa Fe, in 2003.

The retailer will invest $100 million over the next 10 years as it converts 100% of its truck fleet to alternative energy; makes infrastructure improvements; and implements green energy solutions and negative emissions technologies.

Kroger, Meijer, Target and Walmart are among the companies to score 100% on the 2021 Disability Equality Index, a joint initiative by Disability:IN and the American Association of People with Disabilities.

The Carlisle, Pa.-based company hopes the promotions, including a free delivery offer, attract first-time customers who might have been reluctant to try the online grocery service even as adoption of these services grew during the pandemic

Retailer hires physician Daniel Fick to oversee its existing health and medical initiatives, as well as the development of new services and offerings for its customers and employees.

Joe Biden sign executive order that includes 72 initiatives by more than a dozen federal agencies—all aimed at promoting competition in the American economy.

Through a partnership with retail technology company GetUpside, the grocer’s cash back offers will be available at all of its locations.

Missed the show? Here’s a look at the expo’s top candy and snack products in 13 categories, including best in show.

On behalf of the association, Chris Jones urged the Federal Trade Commission to “level the playing field for the health of our economy and the health of our families.”

In its latest white paper, IRI notes that discovery, authenticity and in-store experiences are key to connecting with this influential generation.

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