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Whole Foods Readies New Unit in Seattle

Whole Foods Market is set to welcome West Seattle residents with a new store brimming with items from their own backyard.


WGB’s Samplefest Will Showcase Sensational Products in SoHo

The grocery trade media brand's first consumer event will also include a breakfast with BrandSpark, whose president Robert Levy will share insights on the ingredients for successful brands.

The solution will help retailers better determine status after harsh weather or other natural disasters.

In conjunction with the Plant Based Foods Association, the retailer will run the study in 60 stores for 20 weeks.

Finland's S-market is slashing prices on meat, poultry and seafood that is nearing its expiration date.

The grocer has announced four new stores, and an additional 11 new stores have opened this year or will open soon.

The family-owned retailer is nearing completion of extensive renovations and expansion to its original store.

The new multiyear agreement has the distributor supplying all-natural, organic and specialty products to the retailer’s 19 stores.

In this edition of WGB's "10 Items or Less" podcast, Procter & Gamble's chief sustainability officer discusses the renewed importance of environmental sustainability in the grocery business, as well as the company’s broad-reaching “Ambition 2030” agenda.

The newest location, a renovation of a former Acme and A&P site in Eastchester, N.Y., is slated to open in summer 2020.

Stew Leonard’s is set to open its first New Jersey grocery outpost at the Paramus Park Mall next week, but staffing has been a challenge.

Center for Food Design will focus on innovation in snacking, including food and packaging.

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