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


Weis Gets Aggressive on Private Label Pricing

Low, Low Price program aims to get Weis to "lowest in the market" on 7,000 private label items.


Will California Ban Paper Receipts Next?

The "Skip the Slip" bill could make digital the default unless a customer requests otherwise.

The move marks the first of further executive changes as the company implements its succession strategy.

The newly named corporate leader will oversee the company’s HR strategy.

The store, set to open in the fall, will be the retailer's first in NYC.

Exclusive research reveals the nation’s most influential grocery suitors.

The discounter acknowledged Starboard Value's letter, which also calls for 7 new director nominees.

The retailer readies for the rollout of new Aprons Cooking School classes on Jan. 12, showcasing “smart, fast simple ways to get cooking in the new year.”

The retailer is among the first U.S. grocers to commit to the burgeoning category with the launch of its own brand hemp products.

Deal for "America's first supermarket" chain fulfills Ahold's ambition to grow by acquisition.

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