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


Target to Pay an Extra $2/Hour on Holiday Weekends

Hourly store employees as well as supply-chain workers will get an extra $2 an hour on select days this holiday season, the Minneapolis-based retailer announced.


Sunbasket Meal Delivery Service Partners With Instacart

Direct-to-consumer, no-subscription-necessary prepared foods menu now available through the online grocery platform across the U.S.

New data points to the prevalence of resilient omnichannel shoppers, and insights from them are charting Kroger’s course from speed to selection to sustainability, 84.51° VP Barbara Connors explains.

Expanded selection—with an emphasis on variety of brands and products to serve a diverse local customer base—is the name of the game at a massive new Woodman's store that opened in Bloomingdale, Ill., inside a former Macy's.

The Wisconsin grocer will operate 39 supermarkets after the deal to acquire the Wausau, Weston and Stevens Point stores from the T.A. Solberg Co. closes.

The deal uniting two of the West’s most high-profile regional, independent grocers, comes as Bashas’ CEO says, ‘regional grocery competition has never been tougher.’

The Very Good Butchers is ready to open the doors to its plant-based shop featuring a host of vegan meat alternatives and chef-prepared items in downtown Victoria, Canada.

The Minneapolis-based retailer is working to help Black-owned beauty- and personal-care businesses develop and make products that "better support the brands’ values."

Walmart tends to position itself as reflective of America—and where the country has been challenged, so, too, has the retailer, Chief Sustainability Officer Kathleen McLaughlin says.

As Amazon ends free grocery delivery from Whole Foods for Prime members, expands its Just Walk Out technology and pursues European partnerships, where's the brand at for the e-tailing behemoth?

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