Most Recent Blog Posts

Jan 21, 2008

Lack of Labeling Requirement Makes Cloned Food a Concern

The lack of a labeling requirement by the U.S. FDA makes cloned food a concern....More
Jan 14, 2008

Delhaize's Initiatives Push a Broader Role for Diversity

Delhaize’s initiatives push a broader role for diversity — and SN recognizes that effort with its annual Champion of Diversity Award....More
Jan 14, 2008

SN's Annual Top 75 List Shows Big Industry Moves

SN’s annual Top 75 list shows much movement in the food distribution industry....More
Jan 07, 2008

Silver Linings Seen in a Clouded Crystal Ball

Editor sees several positives as the food distribution industry moves in 2008....More
Jan 07, 2008

But Big Challenges May Wipe Out Optimistic Outlook

Big challenges might wipe out the supermarket industry’s optimistic outlook....More
Dec 17, 2007

Moves to Small Formats and Item-Count Rationalization

It might be a little early to predict what trends will be among those destined to drive change in the food distribution industry in 2008, but let's....More
Dec 17, 2007

Reflections on 2007: Health Clinic Chic and CEO Geek

The year is almost over, so it's time to review what was hot and what was not in 2007. What follows is a highly selective look. Check out the Dec. 31....More
Dec 10, 2007

Business and Government Agree: FDA Needs More Funds

Business trade group coalition is asking the government to increase FDA funding for food safety....More
Dec 10, 2007

How Retailers at the Edges Are Converging on Success

Study supports the conventional wisdom that smaller companies, and the largest, are more likely to succeed....More
Dec 03, 2007

Two Studies See a Positive Sales Outlook; Another Warns

Two surveys point to favorable holiday sales, but another warns about consumer dissatisfaction....More
Dec 03, 2007

The Four Habits of Highly Effective SN Hall of Famers

The Hall of Fame is SN’s ultimate honor for the industry’s leaders. Three such leaders have been chosen for the Hall’s inaugural class....More
Nov 26, 2007

Supermarket Shrink Rates Decline; Much Work Remains

Although a study shows that supermarket shrink rates have declined, much more work needs to be done....More
Nov 26, 2007

Growing Wellness Categories Require More Coverage

Health and wellness is bigger than ever, and to report on these issues, SN Whole Health is launching an online newsletter and blog....More
Nov 19, 2007

Sales-Increase Forecasts Portend Happy Holidays Ahead

Since Thanksgiving is later this week, let's make it official: The holiday season is upon us. As usual, the season prompts a critical question for the....More
Nov 19, 2007

Consumers Confused About Health and Wellness Issues

Wellness is a great idea. Everybody likes it, and the industry is learning how to market against it. Trouble is, consumers are confused about what it....More
Conference - Show Archives

2014

2013

2012

Contributors

David Orgel

David Orgel is executive director, content & user engagement, of Supermarket News (SN) and its website, SupermarketNews.com. Orgel delivers his opinions on industry trends through a bi-weekly...

Jon Springer

Jon Springer has been writing about food, food retailers and food retailing for more than 10 years, and is in his second tour of duty with Supermarket News. His prior experience includes covering the...
What's Viewpoints?

In their Viewpoints columns, SN editors give their perspectives on current industry issues.

Blog Archive
Penton Media Food Group and Related Sites

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×