Julie Gallagher

Julie
Gallagher
Senior Content Manager,
Supermarket News
Articles
Gallery: Top 25 Global Food Retailers 2014
Increased merger and acquisition activity in the U.S. grocery landscape and more insights.
Kees Kruythoff, Unilever North America 
Kees Kruythoff, president of Unilever North America, is ranked No. 4 in Suppliers in SN's 2014 Power 50.
Muhtar Kent, The Coca-Cola Co. 
Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola Co., is ranked No. 5 in Suppliers in SN's 2014 Power 50.
Irene Rosenfeld, Mondelez International 
Irene Rosenfeld, chairman and CEO of Mondelez International, is ranked No. 6 in Suppliers in SN's 2014 Power 50.
Kendall J. Powell, General Mills 
Kendall J. Powell, chairman and CEO of General Mills, is ranked No. 9 in Suppliers in SN's 2014 Power 50.
The Genetically Modified Ingredient 
The Genetically Modified Ingredient is ranked No. 7 in Associations/Government/Public Sphere of SN’s 2014 Power 50.
Target asks consumers not to carry firearms in stores 3
Target has changed its “open carry” firearm policy in operating areas where carrying guns is legal, according to a note written by interim CEO John Mulligan and shared with team members Wednesday.
Gallery: SN’s Survey of Center Store Performance 
Food retailer respondents to SN’s 11th annual Survey of Center Store Performance are switching out underperforming products, enhancing fresh food departments and testing aisle layouts, in an effort to grow center store sales.
Wegmans heeds shoppers' sunscreen warnings
Wegmans is taking safety precautions with its newly launched private label sunscreen pouches on the advice of shoppers, according to a Fresh Stories blog post by Mary Ellen Burris, Wegmans’ SVP of consumer affairs.
Pet foods 'made in the USA' could contain ingredients from China: Senator
At a hearing of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China last week, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, raised concerns that pet foods labeled as American-made may contain tainted ingredients from China.
Cold beer sales still prohibited in Indiana convenience, grocery stores
A federal judge has denied a lawsuit claiming that restrictions on cold beer sales in Indiana’s convenience and grocery stores is discriminatory, according to an Associated Press report.
Gallery: Majority of Americans 'don’t know' if biotech foods are in supermarkets
Nearly three in five Americans are not sure whether foods produced through biotechnology are available in supermarkets today.
Gallery: PCC opens 10th and largest store 6
PCC Natural Markets opens a new 27,000 square-foot store in Seattle’s Green Lake Park.
SN solicits Supplier Leadership Award nominations
SN is seeking nominations for its fourth annual Supplier Leadership Awards, which will recognize manufacturers for excellence in product innovation, category management, point of sale merchandising and more than a dozen other areas.
Social media informs 7-Eleven strategy for exclusive lemonade: Speaker
When market data indicated that lemonade consumption was on the rise, particularly among those under 18, 7-Eleven took to social media to investigate the trend.
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