As Cuba continues to transform, there is a clear opportunity for brands to play a part in the development of its economy -- and grow their business in the process.
Alibaba is continuing its efforts to drive long-term growth by moving to acquire a Chinese retail heavyweight.
While deflation continues to reign among grocery retailers in the U.S., Canadians will pay more to put food on their tables in 2017, according to “Canada's Food Price Report 2017.”
Lidl will hike wages for 5,500 of its workers in Great Britain, making it the first UK major grocer to do so.
Demand in Europe for organic food is outstripping supply, a situation that could be potentially be made worse by new European Commission regulations more strictly defining food that can be classed as organic.
Walmart plans to invest $1.3 billion in Mexico in the near future, mostly in logistical improvements, the company says.
A leading Australian newspaper is reporting that Amazon plans to move into grocery there with both delivery service and brick-and-mortar stores.
Lidl is using Twitter in a unique way in Great Britain: Encouraging shoppers to tweet about selected items by lowering the price when they do so.
Tesco is introducing its own branded line of meal kits in an effort to compete in what is becoming an increasingly hot category in the UK.
Grocery stores might do well to establish a “slower” experience for older shoppers, a study from England suggests.
Young shoppers in Great Britain are among the primary drivers of growth in discount grocers like Aldi and Lidl, according to a new Nielsen poll.
The biggest e-commerce company in China has bought a stake in a Chinese discount grocer, signaling a move to expand more into brick-and-mortar operations.