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Meijer Installs Drug Take-Back Kiosks

The program will be available in all supercenters across the Midwest.


Hy-Vee Launches Initiative Against Childhood Obesity in Twin Cities

The program allows shoppers to provide Matterbox meal kits to youngsters in their communities.

What's On Tap: The cheapest states to buy beer; plus, Budweiser partners with Charlize Theron for Oscars promotion.

Retail veteran Barry Craft has been named VP of marketing, merchandising and procurement, replacing Phil Hawkes, who is retiring.

The retailer said it was lowering prices on roughly 100 SKUs for two weeks in response to SNAP cadence changes in government shutdown.

A spotlight on the latest perishable products that caught our eye this month.

WGB's finalists in the B2B media industry's most prestigious recognition program include best news coverage and multiple design entries.

USDA predicts the growth will continue in 2019, with shoppers selecting high-quality varieties.

The Grand Canyon State’s leading privately held grocer earlier this month unveiled fully remodeled and remerchandised stores in the Native American communities of Whiteriver and Tuba City, both of which feature a variety of updates and expanded features along with an elevated focus on healthy food offerings.

Jack Leevers grew his father's business, which is now in its fourth generation.

As the foodservice industry’s largest and most comprehensive annual event worldwide, the National Restaurant Association Show—set for May 18-21, 2019, at McCormick Place in Chicago—will once again bring together a wide range of industry sectors in one space where attendees can learn, experience, network, sample and experiment with the latest innovations. Herein we review the most rewarding reasons for grocery retailers to attend this year's Show.

SoftBank has contributed $940 million to support expansion of the self-driving delivery van business.