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


Fareway to Distribute Second Round of Bonus Pay

Fareway Stores is distributing a second round of front-line worker cash bonuses just before Labor Day.


Target Appoints 2 New Board Directors

Christine Leahy to bring technology expertise, while former CVS executive Derica Rice returns.

The Ralphs veteran succeeds Dustin Goodpaster at the hard discount division as Dustin Goodpaster takes Mid-Atlantic operations post.

The latest Winsight Live with Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert offers insights into the Kings/Balducci’s bankruptcy filing; H-E-B’s new food hall in Austin, Texas; DoorDash’s grocery delivery venture; consumer perception of c-store cleanliness; and more.

Drive-thru pharmacies at 11 of the retailer's locations are providing testing by appointment.

Safety and compensation at the forefront as employees help keep stores open amid the pandemic.

Walmart may have outpaced Amazon to become the No. 1 online grocer, but it doesn't change the fundamentals behind food and beverage e-commerce that make it "economically unsustainable" in its current form, according to a new survey from TABS Analytics.

Stores ramped up staffing to meet increased demand while pivoting in other departments that were transformed by the pandemic.

Six restaurants, including Roots Chicken Shak, Calle Taqueria and Yumai Japanese Grill, set up shop inside an Austin H-E-B store.

The discounter said it would invest $500 million to grow its U.S. store base by 50% by the end of next year; two first-generation "glass palaces" are closing.

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