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Meg Major

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Meg Major is responsible for driving and evolving the overall content strategy and operations for Winsight Grocery Business. Major has more than 25 years of experience covering the U.S. retail grocery industry, including 18 years at Progressive Grocer, where she held numerous positions of increasing responsibility, including fresh food editor, executive editor, editor-in-chief, editorial director and content chief. In addition to her content leadership duties at PG, Major spearheaded Top Women in Grocery since its inception in 2007. She began her career at the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association (PFMA), followed next as editor-in-chief of Philadelphia-based Food Trade News. She holds a B.A. in journalism from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and was a finalist in the 59th Annual Jesse H. Neal Awards for Best Commentary.

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Retailers

Harris Teeter Readies to Open 1st Converted Farm Fresh

Well-timed with the all-important holiday season, the Kroger division opens two new stores amid an aggressive store expansion and renovation program, including its largest store to date last week in New Bern, N.C.

Industry Partners

Nothing Personal? Think Again!

Steve Hasen shares his take on the importance for grocery trading partners to embrace personalization and customer-centric marketing.

In the latest Grocery Business podcast, Marcus Stripf, CEO of the AI-powered Spoon Guru, discusses the next generation of food search.

How the old playbook for product discovery long employed by retail trading partners has given rise to a rewriting of the rules in real time.

The increasing importance of e-commerce and last-mile delivery finds mature retailers at a crossroads.

The latest Grocery Business podcast explores the two-headed monster confronting retailers with growing their focus on fresh while reducing food waste.

WGB’s December Endcap guest shares his affinity for his life as a grocer, his exasperation of swipe fees, his appreciation for his sister, Jane Raybould, and his admiration for Bruce Springsteen.

Midwinter Exec Conference culinary competition will again raise funds for family meals movement, other industry-focused initiatives.

WGB’s November Endcap guest dishes on the alleged demise of brick-and-mortar, red tape and a reluctance to ask for help while proclaiming affection for her fabulous team, positive reinforcement and her prized Martin guitar.

The new partnership will help grocers expand fresh meal delivery and provide greater access to customer data.

Aldi, H-E-B, Publix, Whole Foods, Kroger, Kellogg's and Kraft Heinz also place among top 20 "socially valuable" companies.

Brick Meets Click rates the trio of national retailers’ performance in delivering a seamless grocery shopping experience across multiple factors.