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Schnucks to Open Third Columbia, Mo., Store March 23

The 48,000-square-foot store will feature an expanded prepared-foods section and a "Fresh Pour" drinks area that will offer coffee and tea as well as smoothies, beer and wine.

Retailers

Walmart Inc. Drops Mask Requirement for Fully Vaccinated Employees

Those who have received two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine no longer have to wear a mask on the job.

Customers of Family Fare and VG's Grocery stores in Nebraska and Iowa will have the chance to buy items nearing their best-by date at a discount through the Flashfood app.

Charlie Wright IV joins digital commerce platform as president, while Mendel Gniwisch has been promoted to CEO.

The retailer reaffirms its commitment to DEI with second virtual event in search of diverse-owned businesses.

Curation-centered concept—think higher-end snacks and supplies—will offer speedy delivery via Uber Eats in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City.

The program, called Planned Retail, helps retailers analyze U.S. trade areas for potential store development or site selection opportunities.

The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer is playing to a frozen hometown crowd this February, offering free delivery on online Fast Lane orders of $35 or more.

Users of the Too Good To Go app can sign up to receive a "Surprise Bag" from grocers containing surplus baked goods, prepared foods, produce and more at one-third of the retail price of the items.

Hires former Sam’s Club and Ahold Delhaize USA retail exec.

Noting that only 5% of Black Americans hold business equity, compared with 15% of white Americans, the retailer is investing $2.9 million in organizations supporting Black business owners.

The Conference Board's Dana Peterson will keynote the rescheduled event, which is now set for March in Orlando.

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