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Tops Announces Survivors Fund, With $500K Seed Funding

The Buffalo 5/14 Survivors Fund will "provide direct financial assistance to the survivors of the deceased and those directly affected," Tops said.

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Walmart CEO Doug McMillon Concerned About Further Food Inflation

Walmart customers shifted their spending away from general merchandise to grocery—and in some cases, from national brands to private labels—to help manage rising food prices in the first quarter.

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California Water Shortages Force Tough Choices for Farmers

"Every acre that is left unplanted because of a lack of irrigation water is the equivalent of 50,000 salads that will not be available to consumers," California Farm Water Coalition president says.

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Danone, Unilever and Purina are among the first partners leveraging sponsored product in the country.

The fast-growing beverage segment are an opportunity that retailers don’t want to squander.

The grocer will hold pop-up hiring events on May 21 at its 113 locations in Arizona and New Mexico, as well as its distribution center in Chandler, Ariz.

Walmart customers shifted their spending away from general merchandise to grocery—and in some cases, from national brands to private labels—to help manage rising food prices in the first quarter.

The San Antonio-based retailer is expanding its presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth area as it increases its commitment to Texans with the launch of H-E-B Wellness Primary Care Clinic in Austin.

Walmart is aiming to bring more emerging and high-potential talent into its retail ecosystem with the announcement of a new management-training program and expanded career-development opportunities.

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"Every acre that is left unplanted because of a lack of irrigation water is the equivalent of 50,000 salads that will not be available to consumers," California Farm Water Coalition president says.

The Buffalo 5/14 Survivors Fund will "provide direct financial assistance to the survivors of the deceased and those directly affected," Tops said.

“I think more and more shareholders care about sustainability because they see that when you are a company that people love to work for … they are more loyal to your company," says the leader of the Netherlands-based, multibillion-dollar grocer.