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


Kroger to Invest in New Product Incubator

The retailer is partnering with a private investment firm to identify and grow new consumer brands as it transforms "from grocer to growth company."


Acme Workers Ratify New Pact With UFCW 1776

Workers from Albertsons' Philadelphia-based division approve a new four-year deal after protracted negotiations that began in late 2017.

Four team leaders from ShopRite, K-VA-T, Fry’s and Sobeys were recognized for overall exceptional leadership.

With discounting a "new normal," the extreme value retailer eyes 10% annual store growth in ambitious IPO filing.

The retailer said the offer would reach shoppers of 1,600 stores this year as the delivery race intensifies.

Behind the Headlines: The retailer is engaging its audience by uploading quirky and informative videos to the free platform.

The Lempert Report: How music can alter what we eat and buy in the grocery store.

Tops Friendly Markets launched a $40 million capital improvement program by unveiling a renovation of its Elmira, N.Y., store.

A lively spot sets the retailer's new slogan to music and shows off rebranded stores as it seeks to win back shoppers lost to labor strife.

Why shoppers today are different, and how retailers can weather the changes