Some opponents of food waste are proposing a novel and controversial solution – ban supermarkets’ buy-one-get-one-free deals.
Grocery & Retail News
Target is offering what it calls “eye-popping irresistible deals” to win back customers turned off by last year’s data breach.
Amid questions about the fate of Safeway’s loyalty program in the U.S., the Canadian division has announced it’s ditching the Club Card.
Coupon values may have declined, but new research shows that price-conscious shoppers are now holding out for better sales.
A store that no longer accepts pennies? A supermarket you can literally drive through? Some April Fool’s jokes really got people going this year.
In a new twist on price matching, Walmart’s new “Savings Catcher” matches competitors’ prices automatically.
According to a new survey from Consumer Reports that ranks 55 of the country’s top supermarket chains, these 13 are at the very bottom of the list.
A grocery shopper gets a shock when he sees how much he paid for bread – and how close he came to not having the receipt to prove it.
Two retailers are getting rid of thousands of products, in an effort to simplify shopping. But is less choice really better?
At least two grocery chains are now overlapping their weekly sales circulars each Wednesday. Could this trend make its way to your store?