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Popularity Ain’t Everything: Why the “Favorite” Grocery Store Isn’t Necessarily the Best

Popularity Ain’t Everything: Why the “Favorite” Grocery Store Isn’t Necessarily the Best

A new survey names Trader Joe’s the country’s “favorite” grocery store, but several other stores outrank it in some key areas.

Thursday, May 14, 2015, 8:40 AM Grocery & Retail News
How Much Do You “Like” Your Grocery Store?

How Much Do You “Like” Your Grocery Store?

You may like your local grocery store just fine, but it takes a real commitment to show the world – or at least your Facebook friends – that you “like” it. Occasional customer satisfaction surveys have declared certain supermarkets to be the most or least liked of all, but a look at how many grocery shoppers have hit the thumbs-up[Read More…]

Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 11:02 AM Grocery & Retail News
Target, Others Tell SnipSnap to Cease and Desist

Target, Others Tell SnipSnap to Cease and Desist

(Be sure to read this followup story: “EXCLUSIVE: SnipSnap is Sued, Accused of Infringing Coupon Copyrights”) The controversial coupon app SnipSnap is making a big stink about the fact that Target will no longer allow its coupons to appear on the app. But Target is not the only retailer to tell SnipSnap to knock it off. Spokespersons for both Target[Read More…]

Saturday, June 22, 2013, 9:36 PM Coupons In The News
Retailers Rebuff Snipsnap: So Is This App Ill-Advised, or Illegal?

Retailers Rebuff Snipsnap: So Is This App Ill-Advised, or Illegal?

For a coupon app that boasts that it “works at most retailers,” retailers across the country are lining up in opposition to SnipSnap.

Friday, June 7, 2013, 10:17 AM Coupons In The News
Who Will Blink First on Credit Card Swipe Fees?

Who Will Blink First on Credit Card Swipe Fees?

If you’re going shopping this weekend, and paying with a credit card – watch out. Beginning Sunday, stores can charge you extra for it. Under the terms of a settlement reached last year, stores will have the option of adding a surcharge for credit card payments – passing the cost that they already pay to the credit card companies, on[Read More…]

Friday, January 25, 2013, 3:10 PM Grocery & Retail News

Can the “Can Can” Sell Cans? You Bet It Can!

The music is from a 155-year-old French operetta; the dance associated with it is even older. But to at least two generations of Northeastern grocery shoppers, the “can can” is that song from the ShopRite commercials that sticks in your head every January. ShopRite, which has about 250 stores in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Connecticut, launches[Read More…]

Thursday, January 3, 2013, 12:01 AM Grocery & Retail News
Are Supermarkets Missing Out on the Holiday Shopping Frenzy?

Are Supermarkets Missing Out on the Holiday Shopping Frenzy?

Have you recovered from your Cyber Monday and Black Friday shopping experiences yet? The spending frenzy can make grocery shopping seem downright mundane in comparison. But what if grocery stores got in on the action? A recent report by the coupon processing company Inmar says Black Friday and Cyber Monday shoppers are hungry for grocery store deals as well. 61%[Read More…]

Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 9:23 PM Grocery & Retail News
Gobble Up Cheap Turkey Now, While You Still Can

Gobble Up Cheap Turkey Now, While You Still Can

Despite some alarmist headlines this year that the cost of a Thanksgiving dinner is higher than ever, it’s actually not so bad. So let us be the first to alarm you with the real headline – next year, you may need to take out a new mortgage to afford a turkey! The American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual price survey of[Read More…]

Monday, November 19, 2012, 8:00 AM Grocery & Retail News
Supermarket Spotlights Size, Selection – And Suds!

Supermarket Spotlights Size, Selection – And Suds!

Some supermarkets are big and fancy – others are just plain big. Big enough to fit an antique car inside, to have an in-house cafe, and maybe skirt the local liquor laws a little. Kinsley’s Shoprite in Broadheadsville, Pennsylvania closed its 53,000-square-foot store last night, and opened a 95,000-square-foot version this morning. The store bills itself as “The World’s Largest[Read More…]

Sunday, August 5, 2012, 9:47 AM Grocery & Retail News
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