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


New 'Basics Market' Format Takes Aim at Portland

The small-store format, set for three Oregon locations, intends to blur lines between grocer and nutritionist, its founder says.


Associated Food Stores Highlights 'Taste of Utah'

The retailer sponsored the second annual event, held in the nation’s capital July 25.

The new health-focused concept just launched in Des Moines.

The Michigan native moves from Kroger's Dillons division, succeeding Scott Hays.

The activist shareholder will support all of the distributor’s nominees at upcoming annual shareholders meeting.

A new Brick Meets Click study found that online grocery spending has reached 5.5% of total grocery spending, driven by shoppers placing larger orders.

High interchange rates and network fees were putting merchandise prices at risk, according to the retailer.

The retailer is reportedly rescinding its plan to tap store employees for last-mile e-commerce deliveries.

Dealmaker who engineered retailer/distributor's transformation will exit after Q4 deal closure.

CFO Brian Olsavsky details how "second wave" integration is drawing shoppers amid high invention level.

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