The latest news and analysis of U.S. grocerymass, drug, discount and club retailers, including financial, executive leadership and mergers and acquisitions


Plant-Based Protein Goes Mainstream

U.S. retail sales of plant-based foods have grown 11% in the past year, and big retailers such as Kroger, Whole Foods and Target are making way for meatless, dairy-free and vegan specialties.


Walmart's Jet Black Goes Dark

It's lights out for the text-based concierge service that provided expensive lessons in conversational commerce.

The noted investor's Berkshire Hathaway reveals it spent $550M to acquire 19 million shares.

The independent retailer believes a limited number of swipe transactions were affected after self-checkouts at four of its locations were compromised.

The first photos from inside the developing grocery store indicate Amazon won't reinvent the format, but use it to support omnichannel shopping.

Artie, an affordable and accessible private label wine, leverages Ahold Delhaize’s scale and creativity to capture new shoppers and category sales.

Just four months after opening its Brooklyn store, Wegmans expands delivery to Manhattan with the help of Instacart.

The retailer's latest campaign to promote heart health seeks to end daylight saving time, which some say causes an increase in heart attacks.

The e-commerce operation, which operated with little competition for the better part of two decades, will refocus on East Coast supermarket brands as food delivery takes on a new contours.

The retailer's U.S. comps grew by 2.3%—and online sales by nearly 43%—justifying a focus on bricks with clicks.

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