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This Discount Grocer Wants to Come to Your Neighborhood

This Discount Grocer Wants to Come to Your Neighborhood

The Grocery Outlet discount chain makes big plans to expand across the country.

May 15, 2019 Grocery & Retail News
Big Is Back: Grocery Stores Are Growing All Over

Big Is Back: Grocery Stores Are Growing All Over

Larger grocery stores are expanding rapidly, even as more shoppers are opting for smaller stores.

April 10, 2019 Grocery & Retail News
Don’t Look for New Supermarkets Near You This Year

Don’t Look for New Supermarkets Near You This Year

A new report says the pace of new supermarket openings is slowing down dramatically in favor of much smaller stores.

March 12, 2018 Grocery & Retail News
Former Trader Joe’s Exec: Selling “Rich Man’s Garbage” to the Poor?

Former Trader Joe’s Exec: Selling “Rich Man’s Garbage” to the Poor?

If you’re not too concerned about “gently expired” or slightly damaged packages of food, you can save a lot by shopping at “scratch and dent” stores. But is it right to peddle such products to those who may have no other options? Doug Rauch, the former president of Trader Joe’s, is working to open a nonprofit store in Boston that[Read More…]

February 27, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
“I Sued a Store And All I Got Was This Lousy Coupon”

“I Sued a Store And All I Got Was This Lousy Coupon”

If you ever got sued for millions of dollars, wouldn’t it be nice if you could just pay the damages in coupons? That’s what a couple of retailers are currently doing – and the coupons aren’t even all that great. Luxury handbag maker Coach has agreed to a settlement in a class action lawsuit, which accused it of asking for[Read More…]

September 23, 2012 Coupons In The News
Seeking Out Groceries That Are Dented, Expired, Discontinued – And Cheap

Seeking Out Groceries That Are Dented, Expired, Discontinued – And Cheap

If you want to go high-end with your grocery shopping, there are plenty of places like Whole Foods and super-supermarkets like St. Louis’ new Dierbergs and Schnucks (read: St. Louis’ Souped-Up Supermarkets). For lower prices, you can visit a big-box store like Walmart. If you’re on a real bargain hunt, you may pick up your groceries at discount stores like[Read More…]

August 3, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
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