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


Target Taps Two Trends—Plant-Based and Private Label—With Good & Gather Expansion

"Guest demand for plant-based options is higher than ever," Target says in debuting a plant-based expansion of its Good & Gather grocery brand.


San Francisco Welcomes 2nd Andronico's to the Neighborhood

The recently opened Andronico's Community Markets in San Francisco draws shoppers in-store with fresh produce displays just outside its doors.

An ongoing invasion of Philadelphia to get four more units, including a forthcoming Heirloom Market located in a historic department store, confirms the retailer is committed to the City of Brotherly Love.

The retailer announced that it increased diverse supplier spend 21% in 2020 and is debuting a guide meant to help small businesses pitch to and secure partnerships with retailers.

While private label’s outperformance narrowed, according to a recent Coresight report, its stickiness will likely continue as retailers invest in product and brand development.

The retailer launched an interactive, food-focused activity series for kids in partnership with Netflix and Michelle Obama's new "Waffles + Mochi" series.

Natural Grocers net sales decreased $18.3 million to $259.2 million in the second quarter of fiscal 2021 compared to the same period in fiscal 2020.

In an exclusive Q&A, Anthony Hucker addresses IPO ambitions, competition and a five-year transformation that's rolled into its final phase.

The ongoing repositioning at Sprouts Farmers Market—along with a COVID lap and coming recovery—made for an unusual quarter that raised some questions.

To compete for top talent, supermarkets can employ some best practices to recruit and retain talent. Here are some key strategies.

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