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


Dollar General Workers, Labor Advocates to Rally at Shareholders Meeting

A Dollar General manager fired last month after declining to take down a TikTok video recorded at her Tampa, Fla., store is slated to attend the rally, which organizers say will launch a national effort.


The Scan: Friday, May 20, 2022

An update on Tops Markets’ Buffalo 5/14 Survivors Fund, a tough quarter and a tough week for Target and Walmart, and BJ’s Wholesale Club connects with inflation-cautious consumers.

The hydroponic-grown products will be available at all 262 Meijer stores across the retailer's six-state footprint.

To keep up with demand, Oishii has opened a new indoor farm at a former Anheuser-Busch factory in Jersey City, N.J. 

Retailer encourages the community to share their thoughts and support using #BuffaloStandsTogether.

Almost 50% of consumers claim they are at least somewhat uncomfortable with their finances, but they are also expressing a readiness for travel.

The retailer's 14th store in Chicago—and 20th overall—brings to the historic community its signature all-day cafe experience, a full coffee bar and a new summer menu.

Feeding America West Michigan launched its Nourish Tomorrow campaign—a $6 million advancement campaign aimed to move the food bank’s headquarters and distribution center from Comstock Park to 3070 Shaffer Avenue, SE in Kentwood, Mich.—because the food bank’s current Comstock Park facility is operating beyond its functional capacity.

"Our business model remains more relevant than ever in the current inflationary environment," President and CEO Bob Eddy said.

Across the West Coast, customers of the Emeryville, Calif.-based discounter can now shop through Uber and Uber Eats.

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