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Kroger Co.'s quarterly profit tumbled 16 percent and its sales rose a slim 2 percent as it battled rising costs and tougher grocery competition.
Grocery giant Kroger Co., parent of Fry’s Food & Drug stores, has submitted a bid for on-the-block Albertsons, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reported.
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CINCINNATI — The Kroger Co. reported Tuesday an $875 million loss in its third quarter, blaming tough price competition and the struggling California economy's hit on its grocery business.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Being the biggest maker of dry pasta in North America is an enviable position for a company, but with the nation in the midst of a low-carb food boom, it’s also a challenge.
Fry’s Food Store President Jon C. Flora has died at age 58. A company spokeswoman told ABC15 his death was "unexpected."
A half-century after he founded the supermarket chain that still bears his name, local grocery giant Don Fry, 92, has died.
CINCINNATI, Ohio — The Rev. Dan Kroger braced for bad news a few weeks ago when he asked a focus group of college students what they thought of the St. Anthony Messenger, the Catholic magazine he publishes in Cincinnati.
The Mervyns department store at Rural Road and Southern Avenue in Tempe will close to make way for a Wal-mart Supercenter.
WASHINGTON - A major manufacturer of dog and cat food sold under Wal-Mart, Safeway, Kroger and other store brands recalled 60 million containers of wet pet food Friday after reports of kidney failure and deaths.
Safeway shoppers can now get their hands on personalized coupons and store specials through a new digital savings program.
BOISE, Idaho - Shares of Albertson’s plunged Friday after the supermarket chain said it is no longer considering a sale of the entire company.
There won't be a strike at Safeway and Fry's Food Stores after all. The United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 99, Safeway Stores, and Kroger Co., the owner of Fry's and Smith's, have reached a tentative settlement on a new collective bargaining agreement, the parties said early Friday morning.
Shares of Scottsdalebased JDA Software Group soared Tuesday after the company reported a strong third quarter financial performance that indicated retailers have resumed buying management software.
Bashas’ family members are confident their 77-year-old grocery chain will survive its bout with Chapter 11 and the family will remain deeply involved with the company.
Boise, Idaho-based Albertsons said Friday it is considering putting itself up for sale as well as exploring other alternatives as the nation’s second-largest supermarket chain contends with sales that have lagged behind many of its rivals.
A $17 billion deal that would double the number of CVS pharmacies in the East Valley and leave one major grocery chain with an uncertain future became a near certainty Tuesday.
Candice Guadagnino shopped Friday at a Tempe Fry’s Marketplace, buying a variety of store and brand name items. In her basket, she had three boxes of Kroger brand cream cheese.
The Mesa Police Department K-9 unit received a $5,000 donation Tuesday to be put toward the purchase of a new police dog.
BOISE, Idaho - An investment group including Cerberus Capital, Kimco Realty Corp. and Minnesota-based supermarket chain Supervalu is near a deal to buy Albertsons Inc., the second-largest U.S. supermarket chain, for about $9.6 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Despite widespread handwringing about Wal-Mart Supercenters snatching grocery shoppers from the other supermarket chains, homegrown, family-owned Bashas’ made the biggest gains in the local marketplace this year.
SAN FRANCISCO - With the gathering winds of an economic expansion at their backs, many top U.S. employers are entertaining adding to their worker ranks in 2004.
A Cave Creek man has a problem with what seems to be our nation’s leading export — jobs.
More people fill their prescriptions at Walgreens than at any other pharmacy, but third-place Wal-Mart, with its $4 generic drugs program, is growing a market share fast, according to a just-completed national study.
Bashas’ would appear to be a company in serious trouble, to judge from the headlines. In late April, the Chandler-based grocery chain said tough economic conditions would force the closing of a “handful” of underperforming stores, adding to five stores that have already been closed this year.