The first of many “365 by Whole Foods Market” debuts to crowds, with special discount offers not available in its parent stores.
Grocery & Retail News
Lawmakers are proposing a standardized expiration-date system, to prevent us from throwing away food before it’s really expired.
Walmart plans to discontinue its ad match policy in about 500 stores beginning next month.
A new app would pay you to check whether your stores have products in stock and displayed properly.
After a federal judge rules unfavorably, Staples and Office Depot call off their proposed merger.
A major grocery chain is accused of raising prices right before putting meat products on “sale”.
The makers of Purex and Tide are in a court battle over the name of a new laundry detergent.
Target charges different prices based on freshness, as it introduces “dynamic pricing” in the produce department.
Walgreens agrees to pay a fine and reform its pricing and advertising practices, after being accused of deceiving customers.
Stores and credit card companies promise to speed up the slow processing time of new chip-enabled card readers.