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


Giant Eagle scraps fuelperks+ as it reimagines its loyalty program

The Pittsburgh-based grocer said fuelperks+ will be shut down on Jan. 25 and merged into a single loyalty program within its myPerks platform.


Coborn’s sells franchised c-stores to Holiday Stationstores

The regional grocer said the move will enable it to focus on growing its grocery business.

The Bluegrass state is heating up in the grocery space as retailers move in.

Fresh Perspectives: Mass merchant has steadily climbed over supermarket chains onto the upper rungs of the grocery retail market ladder, Solomon Partners’ Scott Moses shows.

Cold facility in Terrebonne, part of a $420 million project, will serve approximately 700 grocery stores.

Property assessment under Chapter 11 plan also includes another 92 store leases to be marketed for sale.

Inflation, increasing interest rates and changes in U.S. government support hampered margin growth for the Dutch retailer.

The fast-growing discounter opened eight new stores and ended its third quarter with 455 locations.

Reed joined Stater Bros. in 2014 as senior director in the grocer’s Real Estate and Property Management Department.

In August, the discounter implemented new technology platforms, leading to operational disruptions that ate into the grocer's same-store sales and margins.

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