United Supermarkets, Market Street, Albertsons Market and Amigos locations across Texas and New Mexico are launching their first-ever Bacon Fest, running through May 4. Each location will provide a huge selection of bacon related products. Of course, guests can look for their typical package of bacon from traditional to gourmet, but there is more bacon fun to be had.
Martin’s Super Market in downtown Elkhart’s new “River District” development is now open after a ribbon-cutting celebration. Elkhart mayor, Rod Roberson, was in attendance in addition to other members of the Elkhart River District planning committee and senior management from SpartanNash, the parent company of Martin’s Super Markets. The store replaces the original E. Jackson Blvd. Martin’s that opened in 1990.
Giant Food, a Washington D.C. regional grocery chain, announced two new social distancing policies put into effect across all of its stores as they continue to provide an essential service for the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sneeze guards to provide added measure of safety for associates and customers.
March 25, 2020
SpartanNash has started installing 1,420 36-inch square, clear plexiglass sneeze guards at its 155 corporate-owned retail stores, pharmacies and Quick Stop fuel centers as an added measure of safety for its family of associates and store guests. Every cashier station, deli counter, pharmacy, customer service counter and Quick Stop fuel center checkout will have the added safety measure installed by April 3, 2020.
Grocery chain strongly encourages community to respect the first hour of store opening for senior customers.
March 18, 2020
Effective today, Brookshire Grocery Co. (BGC) is offering a temporary 5% daily discount for senior citizens, through May 5, 2020, in all four banners it operates – Brookshire’s, Super 1 Foods, Spring Market and FRESH by Brookshire’s. The discount is available to guests age 60 or older with valid ID.
A slew of technological advancements is converging to replace the traditional checkout line.
June 12, 2019
The grocery stores of the future will boast a fully automated checkout process, a greater emphasis on prepared meals, a proliferation of smaller, convenience-store grocery outlets and more collaboration between grocers and non-traditional partners such as fitness operators and restaurants, according to a report from CBRE, Los Angeles.
More multicultural shoppers brought grocery prepared foods home in the past 30 days, according to the report.
April 9, 2019
With the U.S. multicultural population projected to grow by 98 million people in the coming decades, Acosta, Jacksonville, Fla., expects multicultural shoppers will continue to have significant influence on the grocery shopping experience.