Lynne Miller

Peapod Drives Mobile Use 
SKOKIE, Ill. — Peapod’s recent mobile ad campaign aimed at commuters caused a big spike in the use of the retailer’s shopping app.
Websites Showcase Private-Label Baby Brands 
MONTVALE, N.J. — Kroger and A&P are among the retailers building awareness of private-label baby products with dedicated websites that feature editorial content for new parents.
Safeway Tests ‘Card-less’ Debit Card 
PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway is testing a “card-less” debit card that gives shoppers extra fuel rewards each time they use it to pay for groceries.
Frozen Greek Yogurt Packs a Protein-Rich Punch 
Greek yogurt, already a superstar in the dairy department, is now making waves in supermarket frozen cases.
Retailers Cleaning Up With Aisle50 
OKLAHOMA CITY — From Nabisco cookies to 2-liter bottles of Coca-Cola, a wide variety of grocery items have been featured on the digital grocery deal site Aisle50. Yet the deeply discounted products are not the only things shoppers buy when they redeem their deals.
Retailers Using Pinterest as Promotional Tool 
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — Retailers have a new target market: pinners.
Retailers Get Pet Smart 
Pet owners spend billions of dollars each year on their furry friends. New food lines, Rx programs and other efforts help retailers get their share.
With drug stores and mass merchandisers eroding supermarkets' market share of oral care, food retailers can't afford to ignore the ever-changing kids'
No Kidding Around With Oral Care 
Considering the mundane job they're supposed to do, kids' toothbrushes look and sound a lot like toys. Beyond their playful appearance, the latest products
Insurance Coverage for Critters 
Pet insurance, one of the newest financial products to be offered by supermarkets, is growing quickly. The growth comes in response to the rising cost
Food retailers are heeding the call of concern of many consumers today who place their pets on the same pedestal as babies, especially when it comes to
Satellite Communications 
Manufacturers are using in-store kiosks to connect their brands with consumers who are most likely to want them. Kiosks may not have universal appeal,
Las Vegas Dining Spots 
Visitors to Las Vegas no longer have to gamble on dinner nor rely on the hotels' famous $9.99 buffets. The top chefs have gathered to transform Las Vegas
Latin Libations 
Beverage companies looking to wet the whistle of Hispanic consumers are also making a splash in the mass market with a host of drinks with crossover appeal.
Green household products are making a clean sweep through supermarkets. Eco-friendly cleaning products from small, niche companies are gaining widespread
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