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PetSmart continues rapid store expansion amid major digital investments.

A conflict has existed for too long between CPGs and retailers over huge, yet notoriously low performing, trade funds (also called vendor funds.) Without a significant change, these trapped resources may delay sorely needed new programs at retail. 

Industry analysts are predicting PepsiCo will increase marketing and advertising support for its beverage brands to $1.7 billion this year, up 50 percent from the prior year, Bloomberg reported.

Aligning organization with strategy is a major challenge, according to a poll of CEOs by Strategy&.

In an exclusive interview with a co-founder of, one of the fastest-growing Internet startups from the dot-com boom that later fizzled, Retail Leader explores the opportunities and challenges grocery retailers face in e-commerce today.

European hard discounter Lidl, which plans to have stores open in the U.S. no later than 2018, launched a website for suggestions on potential real estate sites, as well as vendor and employee applications. 

Wegmans Food Markets plans to open its first North Carolina store, according to the Raleigh, N.C. News & Observer. 

Mother’s Market & Kitchen, a Southern California grocery chain with seven stores in Orange County, said it “selected and partnered” with investment firm Mill Road Capital. 

Blount Fine Foods, a Fall River, Mass.-headquartered manufacturer of premium soups, entrees, sauces and side dishes for retail and foodservice, said it purchased Food Source LP, a custom food manufacturer based in McKinney, Texas.

The Fresh Market entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by investment firm Apollo Global Management for $1.36 billion. 

Club store chain operator Costco is “quietly removing” tobacco SKUs this year, having begun reducing the presence of cigarettes at some of its U.S. stores three or four years ago, according to business news website 

Cargill's $119.5 billion in annual revenue would have put it No. 18 on this year's Fortune 500, according to a profile on

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