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


Remodeled Schnucks Offers Much More Than Groceries

From a new natural living section to a food hall to an apparel department, the grocer's newly renovated store in Kirkwood, Mo. has it all.


Trader Joe’s Reveals its Pasta-Selling Secrets

New cuts, new colors and plant-based, vegan introductions noodle their way into the Monrovia, Calif.-based grocer.

Food and beverage retailers lost 12,300 jobs for the month as the U.S. economy added a weaker-than-hoped-for 194,000 jobs overall.

CEO of Bristol Farms and Lazy Acres Natural Market shares vision for 'Version 2.0' stores and what's next for Good Food Holdings.

Grocery platform seeks to better support its retail partners’ e-commerce needs, and help increase their competitiveness in the retail foodservice space.

The Austin, Texas-based grocer moves into Massapequa Park, N.Y., with a 38,500-square-foot store filled with more than 1,000 local products hand-picked by Northeast Region Local Forager Chris Manca.

Touting 20,000 opportunities throughout the company, Kroger is inviting job seekers to an online recruiting event next week.

The growing Lakeland, Fla.-based grocer is seeking workers for roles at a variety of facilities across its seven-state operating region.

Noting racial and ethnic disparities in breast-cancer death rates, St. Louis-based Schnuck Markets announced it will give $50 Schnucks gift cards to mammogram recipients in select ZIP codes.

Hourly store employees as well as supply-chain workers will get an extra $2 an hour on select days this holiday season, the Minneapolis-based retailer announced.

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