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This Is Uncomfortable

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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German grocer Aldi expands all the way to California

by Annie Baxter Mar 25, 2016
Germany's largest grocer brings its discount model to California.

Grocery chain Kroger banks on innovation

by Nova Safo Mar 3, 2016
Kroger's earnings are expected to be a bright spot in the retail space.
An image from Main & Vine's Facebook page announces the opening of the store. It's an attempt by Kroger to move into the organic foods market.
Photo courtesy of Kroger

Whole Foods looks to tech to help with the bottom line

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jan 4, 2016
The challenge: finding a balance between efficiency and the human touch

Kroger experiencing a strong run on Wall Street

by Mark Garrison Sep 11, 2015
...and it's about to open the largest Kroger in history.

Not all food company mergers are equal

by Annie Baxter Jun 24, 2015
When it comes to competition, the distribution and retail ends of the grocery business are very different.
The Secret Life of a Food Stamp

Should we know how much stores take in from food stamps?

by Krissy Clark Sep 8, 2014
Monday was the last day of a month-long public comment period set up by the USDA.

Invest in Marketplace today

Ask not what Marketplace can do for you, but what you can do for Marketplace.

Salad dressing + pickles; cake mix + prepared meats

by Mitchell Hartman May 12, 2014
A $4.23 billion deal will bring together Hillshire Brands and Pinnacle Foods.

Fighting food deserts takes more than fresh produce

by David Weinberg Mar 27, 2014
A California survey finds more food shops sell beer than milk.
Mid-day Update

PODCAST: February jobs report

by David Brancaccio Mar 7, 2014
A look at supermarket mergers. And some employers are shifting how they contribute to 401(k) plans.