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Wakefern/ShopRite Fined for Pharmacy Data Violations

Two ShopRite store owners and its cooperative wholesaler have agreed to pay $235,000 in fines and adopt new privacy procedures following a 2016 incident of pharmacy equipment that was improperly discarded.

Industry Partners

International Dairy Foods Association Calls for Elimination of Trade Barriers

“In recent years, more and more countries have erected obstacles and barriers to U.S. dairy exports," says Becky Rasdall of IDFA

From aged cheddar granola to hot chocolate on a stick, dairy gets a twist in 2021, says the Specialty Food Association's trendspotters.

The probiotic pioneer promotes 10-year veteran as co-founder moves to CEO role.

Avocados From Mexico is launching a campaign kickoff with sportscasters Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews to inspire shoppers to take their love of game-day guacamole to the next level ahead of the Super Bowl.

A new survey from salsa supplier Fresh Cravings examines regional and gender preferences when it comes to game time snacking.

The latest Winsight Live with Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert examines Sprouts’ third-quarter fiscal results; how grocers are preparing for a holiday season plagued by COVID; QuikTrip’s foray into urgent care; Amazon’s new app in which it pays shoppers to share their receipts; and more.

The move is aimed at offering customers “more convenient ways” to shop.

The new service is an extension of the retailer’s in-clinic and at-home COVID-19 testing solutions.

The new facility, which will support the retailer’s growth in the Carolinas and Virginia, is expected to be completed by fourth-quarter 2022.

The latest Winsight Live with Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert looks at which grocers are winning the technology wars; Kroger’s update on its Restock plan; how restaurants are reinventing secret menus; what has consumers concerned, according to dunnhumby’s latest Worry Index; and more.

The retailer asserts that federal authorities are "chasing headlines" by threatening to hold pharmacies liable for pill-mill scripts.

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