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


What’s the Inflation Story at Albertsons, Target, Kroger, Walmart?

Inflation is at its highest point in almost 40 years, says Datasembly CEO Ben Reich, who shares his take on the impact of price increases at major grocery chains.


Gopuff Enters the Private-Label Arena

The delivery platform has launched Basically, a curated product line of snacks, water, home essentials, with plans to launch other own brands later this year.

Online sales for conventional grocers slid through most of 2021, while mass retailers saw gains, according to new research from Brick Meets Click.

The new site, opening Jan. 21, marks the company’s 34th club in the Sunshine State.

The retailer and distributor named Bennett Morgan as SVP of merchandising in the company's seventh executive leadership move since CEO Tony Sarsam took over in September 2020.

The West Sacramento, Calif.-based company’s former chief administrative officer tackles a new leadership role.

The privately-owned and family-operated company said its pioneering efforts are rooted in its mission to be a good neighbor.

"Those that are still out there on the front lines have earned the added pay," Robert McDonough of Redner’s says.

The Cincinnati-based retailer predicts the year will be dominated by at-home meals, convenience, affordability, social gatherings and the desire for sustainable and nutrient-rich food.

Erik Jensen will succeed founder Pat Vihtelic, who will continue to serve on the company's advisory board throughout 2022.

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