If you’re wondering how important spending less on groceries is for consumers, Jason Hart, CEO of Batavia, IL-based Aldi Inc. joined Good Morning America on Sept. 16 to discuss it.
Now is the time for retailers to highlight value whenever they can. Despite high gas prices, consumers are willing to go somewhere else for a better deal.
Discounters are moving in on mainstream grocers. Are they ready to hold the line?
It’s been a while since I visited a Raley’s BB #:114741 banner, and this Nob Hill …
Do you think all tomatoes essentially taste the same? These two could not be more different.
Operators are looking for any way to relieve pain points in the kitchen and optimize precious labor hours.
We may see more of this concept from Schnucks as retailers look to capitalize on this niche of the market.
If your Chicagoland store is short a few bananas this week, it’s because they’re all at Jewel-Osco in Westmont.
We have to do a better job of presenting the value, flavor, and freshness in the produce department so consumers don’t believe this hyped-up nonsense.
I’ve read a few reports lately that, while they are foodservice-focused, raise concerns for grocery retailers as we round the corner into summer and beyond.