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


Strike Dings Ahold Delhaize's Q2 U.S. Sales and Profits; Recovery on Track

The retailer is still fighting to win back customers lost to the Stop & Shop strike, but results highlight sales momentum elsewhere.


Raley’s Adopts AI Pricing Optimization Tool

Following a successful test period, the retailer has implemented the Eversight Pricing Suite storewide to bring intelligent pricing to its stores.

In a Facebook post announcing the stores’ closing, owner Aaron Gottlieb pointed to the nine new stores opening in Jacksonville.

How a future-focused supermarket executive attracted Aldi to Iowa City and crafted “the first new merchandising idea since the supermarket was introduced.”

The 30-year HR veteran eyes developing the "best workforce in the industry"; Gineal Davidson appointed Portland division president.

WGB's August cover story examines how consumers' flight to price has upended the retail landscape.

New Blue Apron CEO Linda Kozlowski made a case for refocusing on direct-to-consumer sales as the meal-kit seller reviewed slow sales and lighter losses in the second quarter.

Brothers Marketplace, a banner of Boston-based Roche Bros. focused on specialty foods, opened its fourth location in a historic district in Duxbury, Mass.

The retailer’s new office space will bolster its ongoing digital transformation.

EDLP program lifts private label sales while margins remained under pressure, the retailer said.

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