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


UNFI Reels in Financial Targets but Stands Behind Strategy

CEO Steven Spinner reflects on a "humbling year" for the transforming food distributor.


Weis Acquires 2 Units, Will Reopen 1

More independents call it quits in Pennsylvania as Weis plans Dallas reopening and a closure in Shavertown.

Grab-and-go food options have become the norm throughout the food industry, with retailers looking for ways to set their business apart from the competition.

A new report this week gives further indication that Amazon has physical store ambitions beyond Whole Foods.

The annual gathering celebrated stores that are taking beef to the next level.

The retailer's forthcoming store in Lafayette, La., promises affordable organics and a new curb appeal in a competitive market.

Alex Lee is purchasing W. Lee Flowers & Co., a wholesale and retail grocery company that distributes to 75 stores, 50 of which it owns and operates.

As the first class graduates in Northwest Texas, the retailer has plans to expand the academy program to more distribution centers across the country.

The McDonald's veteran on the challenges of big transformation: "We're serious about this."

United Supermarkets recently announced that 25 of its United Express retail fuel stations will now offer Phillips 66-branded fuel.

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