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The Scan: Friday, April 15 2022

Welcome to this week's episode of The Scan!

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FMI Announces 2022 Store Manager Awards Finalists

The 11 finalists "represent triumph over turbulence," association President and CEO Leslie Sarasin said.

DashPass for Students—available for $4.99 per month—provides “access to everything from late night study snacks and grocery items to school supplies and dorm essentials,” says Chief Marketing Officer Kofi Amoo-Gottfried.

Kroger gets into the restaurant-supply business; Walmart takes the country's truck-driver shortage into its own hands; grocery shoppers are moving from "treat yourself" to "not today" as prices climb; and a look at what's going into Easter baskets this year—it's all in this week's episode of The Scan.

Welcome to The Scan for Friday, April 1! We’ve got the jobs report, infation, board happenings at FMI- The Food Industry Association and Kroger, and Save Mart’s new owner. Thanks for watching!

"Students want three things: convenience, choice, and quality—often in that order," says Kevin Rettle, Sodexo's global VP of innovation and digital for universities.

The association’s 2022 board of directors also includes new product suppliers and retailers that represent the food industry supply chain.

What do you get when you cross a pineapple, a carrot, plant-based foods and nonalcohol beer? This week's episode of The Scan.

The family-owned grocer with 26 stores in the Kansas City, Kan., are says the executive moves reflect its commitment to its teammates, customers and communities.

In this week's episode: February wholesale prices, Dollar General's sales slide, and a UFCW strike vote set in California

Two dozen fire departments responded to the blaze at the 1.2-million-square-foot facility in Plainfield, Ind., with crews rotating through the night to manage hot spots.

David Sisk joined the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer and distributor as president of the company's military division in 2020.

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