Kristina Hurtig

Senior Editor, Winsight Grocery Business

Articles by
Kristina Hurtig

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6 Breakfast Foods to Fuel the Morning

Products that nourish and sustain—for at-home or on-the-go—will appeal to consumers paying more attention to what they are eating.

Industry Partners

Online Grocery Sales Soar 133% Year Over Year: Report

A newly published study from 1010data examines changing consumer behaviors and how retailers and brands can stay ahead of the curve in 2021.

The association’s new location increases its access to Capitol Hill and the White House.

The Chicago-based upscale corner store’s 11th location and first in the nation’s capital brings under-an-hour delivery, local beers and fine wines, chef-prepared meals, curated gifts and more to the Georgetown neighborhood it serves.

Senate rules $15 hike has to be removed from the COVID relief package, as Costco announces a $16 starting wage and a poll finds half of small business owners say the legislation would have a negative impact on operations.

After a successful inaugural event, the retailer will host a second Supplier Diversity Summit aimed at bringing more diverse-owned brands to it shelves.

The discount retailer was one of the winningest companies in the annual survey.

The data science-driven solution will help the Midwest grocer expand its omnichannel competitive visibility.

Upon opening, the Rivertown Market in Detroit—Meijer’s fourth small-format store—hopes to have 2,000 local items on its shelves.

Kroger, Meijer and Walmart among the 767 companies to receive a 100% rating and the designation of being a 2021 “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality.”

Created by FMI–The Food Industry Association, the day celebrates employees at every level for serving their communities during periods of crisis, such as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Value-added and organic, as well as convenient packaging, help drive category excitement.

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