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


Albertsons Remains Bullish Despite Q1 2021 Sales Decline

CEO Vivek Sankaran says company's first-quarter results "exceeded" plans across all key metrics, increasing confidence in the balance of 2021.


Cattle Farmers, Indie Grocers Call on Congress to Help Level the Playing Field

Associated Wholesalers Grocers CEO David Smith sought to give lawmakers something to chew on as he detailed the struggles his company has faced in competing against bigger players.

Wegmans is taking another bite out of The Big Apple with a new store in Manhattan, scheduled to open in the second half of 2023.

As the discounter embarks on a storewide modernization, it creates a one-of-kind campaign complete with a hip-hop-, rap- and pop-inspired video produced by MTV VMA award winner Drew Kirsch.

The latest round of bonus payments are part of the company's "ongoing investment in team members' health, safety, well-being and career development."

Retailer partners with Start Garden on event to enhance supplier diversity and provide a roadmap to Black, Indigenous and people of color-owned businesses interested in joining its shelves.

One of the country's largest Hispanic grocery chains has launched a newly redesigned website that allows customers to shop in English or Spanish.

HelloFresh, the Berlin-based meal kit company with a growing U.S. presence, enters the highly competitive online grocery business with the launch of HelloFresh Market.

Schnucks will debut its small-format Schnucks Fresh concept in Jasper, Ind., on Aug. 18.

Positioning itself as a friend to small business, the "Fortune 1" company says it wants to help other retailers accelerate their digital transformations.

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