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


Target Joins Walmart in Closing on Thanksgiving

The retailer instead will promote earlier holiday deals, starting in October and available online and in-stores.


Albertsons Posts Monster Q1

The retailer acknowledged "dramatic" change in the food-at-home landscape but did not share an annual outlook after sales, comps and margins soar in COVID-aided quarter.

Rural towns rescuing a struggling grocery store is a great story but it takes a diligent approach to research.

The grocery pickup service is now available at nearly 250 stores.

The retailer is spending heavier to grow and maintain millions of new shoppers amid a historic shift, CEO Vivek Sankaran says.

Whole Foods Market's recently opened Manhattan West store features a convenient ground floor grab-and-go-market, a sparkling seafood department, locally brewed beers and much more.

A forthcoming revamp of digital properties, including a new rewards program and the retirement of Peapod branding, is expected to enable deeper personalization for Ahold Delhaize’s largest U.S. banner.

Wegmans, Publix and Southeastern Grocers lead this week's pack of good-deed doers in the grocery industry.

With no timeline on when circulation patterns will return to normal, Southeastern Grocers and Kroger are encouraging customers to round up their bills, while Meijer has converted its self-checkout lanes to debit/credit only.

Winsight’s latest news roundtable, explores how the new pension deals are good for the grocers, why Wegmans decided to release the opening date of its newest North Carolina, and how Pennsylvania's new grant program could help retailers hit by the pandemic.

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