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Who Are the CPG Icons of Digital Grocery?

WGB partners with Cadent to explore the brands leading in the rapidly growing omnichannel space.


H-E-B to Open Expansive Central Texas Store in 2022

San Antonio-based grocer to build a second store in the City of Leander. New location to span more than 103,000 square feet and feature conveniences such as curbside pickup and home delivery.


Walmart Plans to Hire 150,000—Largely for Permanent Roles

The Bentonville, Ark.-based retailer is looking to staff up ahead of the holidays but said that most new hires will be offered full-time, for-the-long-haul positions.

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

Software company that uses AI to forecast and predict demand for highly perishable foods at grocery welcomes longtime CPG, grocery and foodservice veteran Michael Schall. 

Gorillas is in the midst of building out its business infrastructure to support further growth, having launched service in more than 55 cities since June 2020.

The Bentonville, Ark.-based retailer says its biggest grocery distribution center yet will move two times more product than a traditional distribution center.

Grocer joins CitrusAd’s growing e-commerce network designed to provide a scalable, self-serve ad platform that allows brands to develop targeted campaigns across an entire network of omnichannel retailers.

Amazon's announcement of its seasonal hiring spree follows big hiring announcements from the likes of Walmart, Target and Kroger.

This year's shopping events—beginning weeks before Black Friday—are "even bigger and better with more ways to shop and more of every item," Walmart's U.S. chief merchandising officer says.

How We See It

For the first time, the grocer is accompanying its annual predictions for the hottest ingredients in the year ahead with the option for shoppers to purchase a curated 'Discovery Box' featuring 10 on-trend products.

On-the-spot interviews will be conducted at Dollar Tree and Family Dollar stores and distribution centers from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time on Oct. 20.

Grocers didn't see the year-over-year gains that restaurants did, unsurprisingly, but they edged out restaurants in month-to-month gains.