Retailers

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

Retailers

Street Punishes SpartanNash on Q4 Earnings Miss

Wholesale carried higher revenues, but distribution center disruption, romaine recall, inflation and a customer wind-down hit profits.

Retailers

U.K. Regulators Strike a Blow to Walmart's Asda Deal

The competition concerns signal "worst possible outcome" for merger and follow an unwelcome regulatory surprise in India.

After its warehouse debut in Cincinnati, the retailer will attack the East Coast.

Retail veteran Barry Craft has been named VP of marketing, merchandising and procurement, replacing Phil Hawkes, who is retiring.

The retailer said food sales momentum was at a nine-year high but challenges to online profitability remain stubborn.

The retailer said it was lowering prices on roughly 100 SKUs for two weeks in response to SNAP cadence changes in government shutdown.

The move was in response to customer demand for less plastic use and waste reduction.

The Grand Canyon State’s leading privately held grocer earlier this month unveiled fully remodeled and remerchandised stores in the Native American communities of Whiteriver and Tuba City, both of which feature a variety of updates and expanded features along with an elevated focus on healthy food offerings.

Hundreds of shoppers greeted Fresh Thyme Farmers Market as it opened its third Pittsburgh-area store this month, underscoring a positive reaction to a new grocery format in a market where Giant Eagle has long been dominant.

The e-tailer is expanding local NYC offerings to enhance its “city grocery experience.”

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