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


Albertsons in 'Right Zone' for IPO as Q3 Sales, Profits Grow and Debts Dwindle

Growth initiatives underpinned by multifront productivity initiatives, CEO Vivek Sankaran says.


Fairway Could Face Liquidation in Chapter 11: Report

The iconic New York grocer finds no takers in sale process.

The 925,000-square-foot facility near Atlanta would support future stores.

The independent grocer is also honoring three longtime employees who are retiring.

The retailer taps into new companywide survey results to ease shoppers out of single-use plastic bags and into reusable ones.

The 11,500-square-foot store, opening in a former Walmart Express in Charleston, Ark., will sell fuel.

The differences between online and in-store food shopping are quickly moving to equivalence, the author says.

An agreement with lenders provides $138 million in new capital and a "statement of confidence" in the transforming discounter, which sources said could pivot to wholesaling.

With 15 new stores planned for Florida, Earth Fare might be an unexpected beneficiary of Kroger quitting Lucky's Market.

The donations provided meals for more than 19 million people, feeding each person in need in the southeastern United States twice.

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