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


Lidl Opens Small Store at HQ

The retailer carved 1,000 square feet from its Arlington, Va., offices to showcase its products and gather lunch traffic.


Grocery Outlet Files for Public Stock Offering

Fast-growing "extreme value" retailer could generate more fuel for growth.

Last year saw twice as many store openings than closures, driven by smaller formats and new grocers in Florida.

The grocer has debuted a bodega-like small-format concept.

Changes that debuted in Pennsylvania last year are drawing new customers and traffic at Wakefern's discount banner stores.

Amazon’s next retail concept won't be limited to groceries. You'll see other products such as clothing, health and beauty items, electronics and lots of technology everywhere.

Basket Economics: Snapshots and slap shots from a changing Long Island market.

The retailer has revamped its private label design to convey quality and better connect with shoppers.

The Seattle-based grocer has named Catherine Willis Cleveland to lead the company beginning March 25, replacing long-term interim CEO Garland McQueen.

Rising costs and an increased share of nonunion competitors in New England have put the retailer and its union workers at odds.

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