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


Schnucks, Instacart Launch St. Louis' First Curbside Pickup Program

The initiative is rolling out to four stores with expansion plans for the near future.


Court OKs Tops Reorganization

The retailer expects to emerge from Chapter 11 "stronger and more competitive," said CEO Frank Curci.

Legacy Ahold brands such as Stop & Shop have regained promotional footing lost in structural transition, while Food Lion saw a boost from Hurricane Florence, officials said.

The first-time U.S. release draws heavy consumer interest, and a secondary market emerges as supplies dwindle.

The acquisition will strengthen the Martin’s banner along the I-81 corridor while reuniting former Food Lions with their original corporate parent.

A report suggests the "mold is beginning to crack" in the segment.

An RFG study sheds light on the urgency of perfecting grocery delivery services.

The retailer is continuing its expansion plans with locations slated to open in the next 18-24 months.

Acosta shares its top industry predictions for the coming year, from rising prices to shrinking store formats.

The retailer took over a 56,000-square-foot former Cub Foods store, a relatively small unit compared to its ground-up Minnesota fleet.

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