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A collection of featured Industry News.

Things are about to get more interesting for the food industry with former casino association executive Geoff Freeman at the helm of Grocery Manufacturers Association.

Meijer finally opens a concept store that is set to serve as a prototype for future developments.

A survey reveals that back-to-school shopping is bringing a surprising number of customers through brick-and-mortar doors.

TJX's value proposition keeps luring bargain-hungry customers to its brick-and-mortar stores, as the company topped same store sales forecasts during the second quarter and raised its full year earnings guidance.

Walmart and Anthem announce new deal with interesting benefits for members.

Nordstrom has apparently figured out how to attract shoppers back to department stores, both to brick and mortar stores and online.

JCPenney's effort to reinvent itself as a beauty and apparel retailer is faltering, as the company reported flat sales and a drop in earnings for the second quarter.

Walmart's grocery business is helping the retailer achieve stunning sales and revenue growth despite myriad competitive and operational pressures.

Family owned and operated Blain's Farm & Fleet is making some aggressive store expansion moves in the Midwest.

SpartanNash got a lift in the second quarter from its military and food distribution businesses, but its retail segment sales were down despite new fresh and private label programs.

Retailers looking for last-mile solutions should be paying attention to DoorDash, which raised $250 million in a new funding round.

Fast-growing C-store chain Ricker's is rolling out frictionless checkout technology to customers in 58 stores in Indiana.

Fast-growing online retailer LuckyVitamin is leveraging consumer interest in health and wellness with an innovative event.

7-Eleven is taking its reduced emissions fuel program out of pilot phase and into an expansion phase as the C-store retailer looks to ramp up its sustainability commitments.  

Investments in technology, stores and loyalty programs weren’t enough for Macy's to lift sales in the second quarter.

Outstanding execution produces expectation-topping results and a stunning U.S. same store sales increase at Home Depot.

One of the world’s largest online destinations for the home has come up with another innovative way to attract shoppers. Wayfair has launched a new platform called Design Services.

Ingles Markets is showing that you don't have to be omnichannel to grow sales and earnings in the grocery sector.

American consumers were in a shopping mood in July amid a strong economy and tight labor market.

Former Ralph’s President now most powerful female executive in food retailing.

The collapse of their merger raises questions about Rite Aid's future as a standalone company and whether Albertsons can find the cash to revamp its business model. 

The company is continuing its 15-year tradition of going all out for back-to-school shoppers headed to college.

NRF has increased what was already an ambitious growth forecast for the back half of the year.

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