Grocery & Retail News

Formerly Coupon-Friendly Store Shutters 50 More Locations

Formerly Coupon-Friendly Store Shutters 50 More Locations

A struggling grocery chain that once offered plentiful coupons, is now offering the unwelcome news that it’s closing dozens of stores.

March 23, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Rite Aid, Others to Join Nationwide Loyalty Program

Rite Aid, Others to Join Nationwide Loyalty Program

Rite Aid, Macy’s, ExxonMobil and others join a combined loyalty program that will allow users to earn and spend points at any participating business.

March 18, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Walgreens May Be Looking to Buy Rite Aid

Walgreens May Be Looking to Buy Rite Aid

Walgreens expresses interest in new acquisitions, fueling speculation that it could buy out Rite Aid.

March 16, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Playing Favorites: The Best, the Worst and the Bankrupt

Playing Favorites: The Best, the Worst and the Bankrupt

A new survey ranks the best and worst grocery stores, and how they compare to some of the country’s least-liked companies.

March 10, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Target Plans Major Grocery Revamp

Target Plans Major Grocery Revamp

Target unveils a plan to create a more upscale grocery department – but what will become of the deals and coupons on everyday grocery items?

March 4, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Survey Says Shoppers are Demanding More Deals

Survey Says Shoppers are Demanding More Deals

A new survey finds that shoppers’ desire for grocery deals is growing, and that grocery stores had better figure out a way to provide them.

February 26, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Why the Greatest Grocery Store is Slipping, and the Worst is Even Worse

Why the Greatest Grocery Store is Slipping, and the Worst is Even Worse

A ranking of the country’s top grocery stores has a new number one – and a last-place finisher that fared even worse than last year.

February 19, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Grab Your Groceries and Go – Without Even Stopping to Pay

Grab Your Groceries and Go – Without Even Stopping to Pay

A new supermarket checkout system would use dozens of cameras to watch you as you shop, and charge you automatically for what you put in your cart.

February 18, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Albertsons Monopoly is Back, With Big Prizes and Even Bigger Odds

Albertsons Monopoly is Back, With Big Prizes and Even Bigger Odds

The 2015 version of Monopoly is back at Albertsons-owned stores across the country, with big prizes but eye-popping odds against winning them.

February 5, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Sold! Staples Buys Office Depot/OfficeMax for $6.3 Billion

Sold! Staples Buys Office Depot/OfficeMax for $6.3 Billion

Staples announces plans to purchase the combined Office Depot/OfficeMax, combining three once-competing office supply stores into one.

February 4, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
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