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Morrisons suppliers says not to worry about price cuts
Publix to enter into 7th state | Giant Eagle to give free fruit to kids
UK: Tesco to raise wages -From July, about 230,000 store workers will receive a pay rise of as much as 3.1%. Tesco, the UK's biggest private-sector employer, will increase the minimum hourly rate of pay for its in-store staff this year, following moves by competitors to comply with the UK government’s.....
EasyJet founder launches supermarket with food for 25p
CA: Sobeys and Safeway lower prices of fruit and veg
Sainsbury's agrees terms for £1.3bn deal to buy Home Retail Group -Sainsbury's has offered £1.3bn to win control of Argos owner Home Retail Group, today. After revealing earlier this month that an approach last year was rejected, the supermarket giant has offered the equivalent of 161.3p a share.....
Waitrose's soft fruit sales up thanks to promotion
Morrisons slashes fruit prices | Lidl ramps up expansion plans
Ahold and Delhaize ask shareholders to vote on the merger -Ahold and Delhaize Group today announced that they have called Extraordinary General Meetings (EGM) for March 14, 2016 at which their respective shareholders will consider and vote on the proposal to approve the companies' intended merger......
Aldi Australia to expand footprint with 50 stores in the South
US convenience stores keep growing | Amazon surpasses $100bn
China: Alibaba mobile sales soar in Q3 -Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group’s revenue surged 32% to US$5.3bn in the three months ending December 2015, as an unprecedented number of Chinese shop on their mobile phones. Earlier this year, Alibaba launched for the first time the Alibaba Chinese New Year.....
New Danish grocer selling bruised apples and damaged food boxes
Qatar prepared for Sainsbury's 2nd bid for Argos
US: Walmart expand footprint in South FloridaWalmart Stores Inc., the largest retailer in the world and Publix Super Markets Inc.'s most formidable opponent in Southeast Florida, is expanding its footprint across the tri-county area. The giant will have new locations open in West Palm Beach, Dania.....
'Lidl US may pose threat to Delhaize' | Edeka/Kaiser’s plan delayed
Whole Foods shoppers: 'food not worth the money'
Tesco suppliers probe may spread to other supermarkets: GadflyThat's the conclusion from the report into Tesco's dealings with its suppliers by Christine Tacon, the regulator responsible for ensuring Britain's big supermarket chains don't abuse the companies that provide them with products. Her.....
Mercadona shows how it deals with Spanish farms
Ahold and Delhaize step closer to merger completion
US: Albertsons ID sales up in all segments -Sales at the Albertsons stores formerly operated by Supervalu continued to show strong improvements during the chain’s third quarter ended Dec. 5, with identical-store sales up 9.9%, following jumps of 9.7% in the second quarter and 9.5% in the first......
Ukrainian retail sales fell 21% | Tesco to pay £1.4bn debt soon
Lidl US confirms building of stores in eight East Coast states
Aldi is stepping up its game in the organic-food space -The grocery chain is expanding organic-food brands, removing some artificial ingredients from its products, and adding more gluten-free items in hopes of attracting more health-conscious shoppers. The chain's prices on fresh produce and.....
Bigbasket to sell organic fruit | Russian retail giants biggest in world
Ahold and Delhaize both report sharp rise Q4 sales
Slovenian supermarket brings back Israeli produce -Sovenia’s largest supermarket chain has reportedly reversed a decision to pull Israeli produce from its shelves. Mercator has renewed orders for Israeli-grown pomelos and avocados despite pressure from the pro-Palestinian BDS movement, that run a.....
Asda considers axing 1000 jobs | Walmart raises wages again
Wegmans to debut in N-Carolina | Price Chopper names CEO
International chains to target Australia's market -Shoppers can look forward to more major international brand launches this year as global retail labels leverage the strong consumer sentiment Down Under to drive sales. And the international retailers that already have a foothold in Australia are likely.....
AU: Private label gains popularity | X5 Retail Group sells Iranian fruit
Walmart, Costco and Kroger ranked Top Global Retailers
X5 Retail Group will replace Turkish produce with Iranian -X5 Retail Group (Perekrestok, Pyaterochka, Kopeika) intends to replace Turkish food products with those from Iran, said the company's press officer, Stanislav Naumov. Slon.ru reports that the company is now cooperating with Iran by organising.....
Waitrose to speed up paying bills | Asda to cut still more jobs
Amazon & Ocado tie-up rumours cause shares to jump
US: Kroger revamps fresh produce displays at local stores - Kroger Co. has announced that it has renovated and expanded the produce departments at four Hampton Roads stores. The nation's largest traditional grocery retailer has anchored the produce departments with brand new market-style slant-top.....
Walmart to shutter 269 stores | Israel: Mega to close its stores
'Fresh fruit sales Waitrose grew by more than 25%'
Online grocery does not grow in Germany - -About one in four online shoppers in Germany have ordered foods or drinks online. This percentage is the same as it was last year, when 28% of online consumers shopped for groceries online. A new study shows that about nine in ten shoppers are satisfied with.....
US: Fresh Direct kicks off new speedy grocery service
Drive-Through supermarkets could be revolution
Walmart Brazil shutting 60 hypermarketsWalmart has taken the decision to shut down ten per cent of its Brazilian hypermarkets (about 60), commenting that it will “close the stores that should be closed,” telesurtv.net reports.Drive-Through supermarkets could be revolution (video)Grocery.....