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


Weis to Invest $135M in Growth in 2021

The retailer’s cap ex plan for this year includes at least two new stores, eight remodels and eight fuel centers, as well as tech upgrades and smaller store improvement projects.


Safeway Expands Northern California Footprint With New San Jose Store

Inside Safeway's newly opened San Jose, Calif., store, its 14th location in the city and its second new store to open in the area within the past year.

Bryan Dickey, who created a viral social media empire around the grocery chain's phenomenal following for its sandwiches, has run into a legal grinder that raises questions surrounding even bigger industry trends.

As Amazon announces it is hiring for tens of thousands of jobs across the U.S., it has accelerated its annual fall pay review and will roll out increases from mid-May through early June.

A series of new spots star diverse youth subcultures who find the convenience chain a "genius accomplice" in an unpredictable life, officials say.

The retailer is expanding its early payment program to allow diverse and minority-owned suppliers to select invoices for which they'd like to receive early payment.

Key by Amazon is now available in more than 5,000 cities across the country.

Instacart's new campaign, Beyond the Cart, celebrates 59 members of its own shopper community, with a tribute microsite and one year of free groceries.

Online grocer FreshDirect is looking to meet consumers still at home through its new partnership that brings restaurant cuisine from Carbone, Nom Wah and Milk Bar straight to the shopper's door.

President Joe Biden signed into law the FASTER Act, which requires that sesame be labeled as an allergen on packaged foods by Jan. 1, 2023.

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