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Deal between sushi giants highlights "grocerant" trend

by Renata Sago Jul 3, 2019
It just might be that the American grocery store is the new mall food court.
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Your grocer really wants you to have chicken tonight

by Amy Scott and Shaheen Ainpour Jan 5, 2018
At a lot of markets, the rotisserie bird is the hottest-selling item, pun intended.
Grocers are going to some lengths to keep the price of rotisserie chickens down.
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Whole Foods may no longer be called "Whole Paycheck"

by Marielle Segarra Aug 25, 2017
Amazon is planning to slash the prices of some items at Whole Foods, like bananas and salmon, starting Monday.
A view of a Whole Foods Market in Brooklyn, New York. 
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Every product at this new online grocery store is $3

by Ben Johnson and Kristin Schwab Jul 13, 2017
"Brandless is about limiting the choice. It's about curating the just what matters," says co-founder Tina Sharkey.
Brandless co-founders Tina Sharkey and Ido Leffler
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With sales falling, Whole Foods replaces nearly half its board members

by Marielle Segarra May 11, 2017
Former executives from companies such as Panera will join the grocery chain.
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Amazon wants to bring more food suppliers on board

by Annie Baxter Mar 31, 2017
The online retailing behemoth Amazon is reportedly courting big food manufacturers. According to Bloomberg, the retailer is asking the companies to pay a visit to its Seattle headquarters for several days of talks. The point of such a meeting? To…

The war behind grocery store shelves

by Kai Ryssdal and Adhiti Bandlamudi Dec 12, 2016
Manufacturers pay steep fees to get their products on grocery store shelves, which can eliminate smaller companies from entering the market.
A worker places various household items on the shelf at a supermarket in Beijing 12 September 2005. China's consumer inflation rate slowed in August, with prices rising just 1.3 percent from a year earlier compared with an increase of 1.8 percent in July, while in August last year, inflation was running at 5.3 percent year-on-year, sparking fears the economy was beginning to get out of hand.
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Food prices are insanely cheap right now

by Adam Allington Sep 28, 2016
Grocery prices are on track for the longest stretch of falling prices in 50 years.
A Wal-Mart employee stocks the produce shelves at a store in Miami, Florida.
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Online grocery shopping could add growth to the cart

by , and Jun 16, 2016
Kroger is expanding its ClickList feature as other retailers experiment, too.
Through Kroger's ClickList service, you can pick up groceries that you ordered online.
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Groceries offer Wal-Mart a boost

by Mark Garrison May 19, 2016
As many retailers struggle, Wal-Mart has boosted earnings with walk-in groceries.
An employee restocks a shelf in the grocery section of a Wal-Mart Supercenter in 2005 in Troy, Ohio.
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