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The Scan: Friday, July 22, 2022

Welcome to The Scan for July 22. It was another busy week in grocery. This week, fill-in Scan host WGB Managing Editor Heather Lalley takes you through the top stories, including new store openings, a hot grocery real estate deal, some conflicting e-commerce reports and more.


The Scan: Friday, July 8, 2022

Welcome to The Scan for Friday, June 8! This week, we're checking out the June jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics; new store openings for HMart, Amazon Fresh, Chef'Store and more; and the latest in the Walmart vs. Amazon delivery battle. Plus, WGB is thrilled to announce we'll welcome a second Scanner, incoming managing editor Heather Lalley, in two weeks.

Welcome to The Scan for Thursday, June 30! We've got a pre-holiday-weekend look at why H-E-B is winning with online grocery shoppers, new research from FMI on what's defining Americans' dining and grocery shopping habits in 2022 and where Kroger Delivery powered by Ocado is headed next.

The Boise, Idaho-based grocer’s retail media arm has partnered with The Trade Desk to enable audience and measurement solutions across the open internet.

Amazon adds discounts on essentials at Amazon Fresh stores, and Target promises deep discounts on its owned brands, including Good & Gather.

This week we're scanning a strong first quarter for Kroger, some notable grocery M&A activity, new stores and new markets for Grocery Outlet and BJ's Wholesale Club, and a big scale-back for another instant delivery startup.

The retailer, whose Walmart Foundation recently provided a $500,000 grant to PFLAG, is launching an LGBTQ+ Officer Caucus and says associates can now self-identify their gender identity and pronouns.

Welcome to The Scan for Friday, June 10! This week we’ve got grocery inflation, Kroger’s latest spoke facility, why deli is winning right now, and the latest openings for Amazon Fresh. Plus, check out our exclusive executive interviews this week!

Welcome to The Scan for Friday, June 3. This week, we’ve got May jobs numbers, Kroger’s launch of a digital farmers market, new stores for Amazon Fresh and Publix, and a new prediction in the Battle of the Retail Behemoths.

Beyond highlighting a bigger-than-ever Pride Month product collection, the retailer is calling out national CPG brands' support of LGBTQIA+ inclusivity.

Retailer encourages the community to share their thoughts and support using #BuffaloStandsTogether.

An update on Tops Markets’ Buffalo 5/14 Survivors Fund, a tough quarter and a tough week for Target and Walmart, and BJ’s Wholesale Club connects with inflation-cautious consumers.

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