Carol Angrisani

Carol
Angrisani
Center Store Editor,
Supermarket News
Articles
Hy-Vee offers kids free advice from personal trainer
Kids have access to a free online personal trainer under a new wellness initiative at Hy-Vee.
Buehler’s builds growler business
A portable growler dispenser unit is among the innovative beer programs under consideration at Buehler’s Fresh Foods.
Walmart beats Kroger in Denver pricing  1
A 20-SKU basket shopped via the curbside pickup service at Walmart in Aurora, Colo., was less expensive than at a nearby Kroger store during three separate shopping periods.
Jungle Jim’s rolls out store brand soda
Jungle Jim’s has introduced a line of store brand carbonated soft drinks.
Judge rules that Vermont GMO law stands 2
The Vermont Retail & Grocers Association is disappointed that that a federal court judge didn’t block the state’s GMO labeling law until a lawsuit is resolved.
H-E-B opens chef-inspired restaurant
H-E-B has opened a restaurant whose menu was designed by chef Randy Evans, the company’s just-named director of restaurants.
Retailers OK with Vermont GMO labeling regs, not with exemptions
As Vermont’s GMO labeling rules receive another stamp of approval, the regulations, if implemented as planned next year, would require action not only from manufacturers but also retailers.
Fair Trade on the rise at Choices Markets 
Canadian natural and organic retailer Choices Markets is rapidly expanding its Fair Trade Certified product offerings.
Gallery: Stop & Shop introduces its World Menu
A dedicated frozens case draws attention to World Menu, Stop & Shop’s just-launched “internationally inspired” private label brand.
Buehler’s shoppers name newsletter
When Buehler’s Fresh Foods considered what to name its soon-to-be-launched beer and wine e-newsletter, the Wooster, Ohio, company decided to leave it up to its shoppers.
Retailers expand sustainability policies to canned tuna 
While sustainable fishing practices are commonly associated with fresh seafood, retailers are expanding their ocean-friendly sourcing efforts to include canned tuna.
Gallery: Aldi's gluten-free line
Aldi rolled out a private label gluten-free line several months ago.
Dorothy Lane partners with fishery for sustainable tuna
Dorothy Lane Market has partnered with an Oregon fishery to introduce a line of sustainably caught canned albacore tuna.
Retailers pressured to stop selling tobacco  2
When it comes to tobacco sales, CVS is on the Wall of Fame, while Walgreens is on the Wall of Shame.
Amazon launches new reordering tool for consumers
Amazon launched two new replenishment tools Tuesday: the Amazon Dash Button and the Dash Replenishment Service.
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