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


Lucky's Market Closing Dozens of Stores: Report

Weeks after Kroger pulled its financial support, reports indicate nearly all of the Lucky's stores built under its watch will get the ax.


Walmart's New Leaders Pick Their Teams

Appointments include Dacona Smith as U.S. COO, Scott McCall as chief merchandising officer and Kelvin Buncum as EVP of Neighborhood Market.

The meal-kit company estimates it will report U.S. adjusted EBITDA of $10 million to $11 million in fiscal 2019.

Food and convenience continue to draw shoppers over the holiday season, but sales missed marks, dealing a blow to the retailer's momentum and indicating tough times for peers.

Current Charlotte Division Regional Director Norman Badger will replace the VP of product business development for bakery and meat

The retailer's new partnership with Bloom Energy will reduce its carbon emissions by more than 15,000 metric tons per year, while ensuring its stores retain power during inclement weather.

The retailer has unveiled a fresh new format for its Big Bear, Calif., store.

Company cites increased availability of product from third-party bakeries for the closure of the baking operation on March 8.

In an address at NRF 2020, CEO Keith Knopf describes how AI pricing is helping to grow unit share and support a changing brand amid lower priced competition.

In a highly competitive grocery market, Randalls and parent company Albertsons have made the "tough decision" to shutter the stores.

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