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


Green Zebra Aims to Become the C-Store of the Future

The Lempert Report: Guided by a mission to be a more convenient store, the Portland, Ore.-based hybrid serves communities where big stores can’t fit.


Western Supermarkets Discontinuing Operations

The Birmingham, Ala., independent is selling two stores to Publix, and it plans to close two others.

The retailer readies for the rollout of new Aprons Cooking School classes on Jan. 12, showcasing “smart, fast simple ways to get cooking in the new year.”

The retailer is among the first U.S. grocers to commit to the burgeoning category with the launch of its own brand hemp products.

Deal for "America's first supermarket" chain fulfills Ahold's ambition to grow by acquisition.

The controversial measure dinged sales at a Haverford location by 23%, Jeff Brown says.

Colorado retailer touts 100-product line for "New Relaxed You" consumer education effort.

Arif Dar, formerly of SC Johnson and Sons, will replace David deS. Couch.

As of Jan. 1, 29 states now have local or state minimum wages in excess of federal minimums.

MacGregor Read named vice chair; Eric Lindberg to continue as CEO;  RJ Sheedy, Pamela Burke promoted

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