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Regional Grocers Come Up Big During COVID-19 Outbreak

Retailers such as Smart & Final, Schnucks and Rouses are stepping up to support communities during the coronavirus outbreak.


Lidl Opens Maryland Warehouse

The $100 million, 700,000-square-foot facility will serve the discounter's fast-growing Northeast stores.

A month into the concerns over coronavirus, consumers' “new normal” includes online ordering and pantry stocking.

To help keep children and their parents moving during social distancing, the retailer debuts 15- to 20-minute videos that feature fun, physical activities.

The industry icon died at 89 from natural causes after a brief decline.

Ahold Delhaize, which announced a $10 million relief package to help in wake of COVID-19, joins other large grocery peers that are stepping up.

With restaurants shut down, the two associations are working to redirect the foodservice produce supply chain to individual retailers.

Coronavirus concerns led to the cancellation of the annual event.

Mercato and SPINS have partnered for a new omnichannel solution that helps independent grocers offer an attribute-based solution they say will personalize online shopping.

Sunkist Growers recently announced it is giving three truckloads of fresh citrus fruit to California schools and food banks, while Reed's is stocking up first responders with beverages.

The longtime food technology executive and U.S. Air Force veteran fills role of Eric Dorne, who was promoted chief operating officer.

New research from Acosta tracks how consumers’ buying behaviors are changing amid the coronavirus crisis.

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