Retailers

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

Retailers

Ingles Reports Traffic, Ticket Increases for Q4

Comps climb on merchandising, convenience investments; annual sales top $4 billion.

Retailers

Raley's to Sell Aisle 1 Fuel Stations to Anabi Oil

The transaction is expected to close in late December.

The online grocer plans to launch in additional cities in 2019.

"No silver bullet" for near-term Supervalu struggles; stock dives on first-quarter results and disappointing outlook.

Member-owned wholesaler serves 270 independent retailers; CEO to stay with company

Sales, comps and earnings were in expected ranges while investments cut into margins, officials said.

Workers can now process online orders in stores on behalf of customers, in a move that could snare virtual share, expand availability.

The former Winn-Dixie in Lauderhill is the first of the Fresco fleet to specialize in Caribbean foods.

The pilot is expanding to test designated grocery sections and Home Chef Express kits in the Chicago market.

WGB’s December Endcap guest shares his affinity for his life as a grocer, his exasperation of swipe fees, his appreciation for his sister, Jane Raybould, and his admiration for Bruce Springsteen.

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