Retailers

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

Retailers

Kroger Dallas-UFCW Agreement Boosts Pay, Benefits for All Associates

The new agreement with UFCW Local 1000 continues the retailer's Restock Kroger plan to invest in its workers.

Retailers

Winsight Live: Microfulfillment Moves, Stadium Ordering and Competition in New Jersey

Winsight’s latest live news roundtable, Winsight Live with Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert, explores H-E-B’s new partnership with Swisslog on automated microfulfillment centers; how ordering food at stadiums has changed with the COVID-19 times; who’s competing in grocery in Wayne, N.J.; where Sheetz is planning to build 60 new convenience stores; and more.

Nat Caputo is behind a new chain of stores in Chicagoland, the first set to open soon.

Prices will be reduced on 60 items in the produce department, including bananas, potatoes, apples and bagged salads.

Although the rate of retail food price inflation declined for a second straight month, grocery bills were still 4.6% higher year over year, according to the consumer price index.

Basket Economics: Six months into the pandemic, the supermarket is proving its resiliency, and with the right moves, can birth a prosperous new era.

D’Amour College of Liberal Arts and Sciences recognizes Donald and Michele D’Amour’s generosity to their alma mater.

A recent report commissioned by Takeoff Technologies examines how traditional grocers can beat Amazon at the online grocery game.

The retailer is extending its $1 an hour pay increase until Nov. 6 as a thank you to its front-line workers.

Officials of the retailer said they gained "greater clarity" and market share in the second quarter behind heavy volumes but a resumption of regular practices in areas like promotions and efficiencies.

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