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BJ’s Wholesale Club is updating its value proposition to include a “simplified” grocery assortment, more private label products and a sharper focus on general merchandise.

National brands and retailers' own brands are in for quite a fight, elbowing for shelf space in-store and “stream space” online. Three key areas to keep an eye on, as detailed by Wall Street analyst Ali Dibadj at the Private Label Trade Show in mid-November, include retailers becoming a major

​​​​​​​Top marketing executives from Walgreens and CVS Health weighed in on digital and physical shopper engagement strategies on day one of the Path to Purchase Expo.

Target is heading toward a happy holiday after impressive Q3.

Kroger’s efforts to serve tomorrow’s food shoppers requires a new type of supply chain and automation infrastructure, one that is taking shape outside of Orlando.

Digital leaders at Ahold and Kroger spoke at the Path to Purchase Expo about how brands can work with the retailers to target shoppers through accurate data and integrated digital tools

​​​​​​​Continued strength in fresh food, a 41% gain in e-commerce and store brand initiatives drove record third quarter results at Walmart U.S.

Major changes are happening in the seafood department at Publix Supermarkets.Changes that required a decade of commitment and an unconventional approach by dedicated executives.

BJ’s ready to roll in Detroit Food retailing competition heating up in the Detroit area where BJ’s Wholesale Club is slated to make its market entry next month. The $13 billion operator of 217 membership warehouses is scheduled to open its first location in Taylor on Nov.

UPS received a first-of-its-kind certification from the Federal Aviation Administration that moves drone deliveries closer to reality.

Why shoppers will want drone delivery Like the advent of barcodes and scanning in the 70’s, retail historians will look back at this decade as the one when drones entered the mainstream as an integral component of the supply chain.

Gen Zers differ from previous generations—and we can learn a thing or two from them.

An escalating battling in West Seattle pits a soon-to-open popular local grocery cooperative against a Whole Foods Market that opens nearby a week later.

Expansion of same day delivery service coinicides with in-home delivery pilot.

Walmart's momentum is building while Amazon is wrestling with intractable challenges inherent in its business model.

The Great Recession greatly impacted consumers’ tastes and preferences over the last 10 years and retailers haven’t kept pace. Here’s why.

Amazon extols its virtues amid anti-competitive probe

Food retailers have regained ground against big tech and major retailers in the battle for consumer goods companies’ shifting ad budgets.

How to get deals done, an M&A checklist

"Online Grocery Shopping Still Rare in U.S.,” was the headline on recent Gallup survey of American’s food shopping behaviors. Gallup’s interpretation of its survey results, that online food shopping is still rare, isn’t true and rare is a poor choice of words.

The escalating war on plastics has a powerful ally in Walmart.

Food delivery services have made it easy to avoid a trip to the grocery store, creating a challenge for conventional food retailers that won’t be solved by an enhanced store experience alone. Services provided by the likes of Uber Eats, Grubhub and Waitr facilitated roughly $5 billion in food sa

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