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U.S. supermarket shoppers spend $1 of every $5 on store brands, according to a study by Nielsen.
Costco's loss leaders are working against the warehouse club as shoppers stick to cheap groceries, specifically meat, and steer away from high-margin items such as electronics.
The Fresh Market plans to open between 23 and 25 stores in fiscal 2014, seven of which will be in Florida.
Hillary Rodham Clinton will be the keynote speaker at a joint session of the Food Marketing Institute and United Fresh Produce Association in Chicago in June.
The Co-op, Britain’s fifth-largest retail chain, plans to double its number of convenience stores over the next five years.
Kroger said this week its profits in early 2014 likely will be above earlier predictions, due in part to its alert response to severe storms in late 2013.
An agricultural union is putting pressure on Publix Super Markets to take part in a fair-wage program for tomato-field workers.