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


Walmart Resumes In-Person Wellness Days on July 24

Walmart is bringing back its quarterly Wellness Days, offering immunizations and free health screenings, ahead of the start of the 2021-2022 school year.


Costco Latest Grocer to Partner With Fast and Furious Uber

On the heels of its announcement of a delivery partnership with Albertsons Cos., Uber is now testing grocery delivery with 25 Costco warehouses in Texas.

The one-time Lidl U.S. leader, who since engineered Save A Lot’s whirlwind transition, will take Gerd Chrzanowski’s vacated spot as Lidl’s deputy chairman with responsibility for its international business.

Costco Wholesale this week is opening three new units, each one in a traditional Walmart/Sam’s stronghold, including its first store in Walmart's home state.

Qasim Warraich, operator of four Lion Xpress c-stores, reveals plans for his five newly acquired Save A Lot grocery stores.

The hybrid retailer, which has 13 locations in Chicago, Dallas and Washington, D.C., announced a mass expansion that includes new markets such as New York City; Austin and Houston, Texas; Boston; Miami, Fla.; and Los Angeles.

Price Chopper/Market 32’s recently completed energy efficiency project is estimated to save the New York-based grocer over 5 million kilowatts per hour and $2 million each year.

The veteran financial professional succeed Rebekeh Manis, who will lead new geographies for the retailer.

The Fresh Market is courting a publicly traded position once again, filing its second IPO with the SEC in the past five years.

After relaunching its lower-priced Classic Series last year, Walmart is adding a collection of five wines priced at $10 a pop in a bid to appeal to more wine-curious, budget-conscious customers.

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