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The new exclusive meals will be in the prepared foods section, rotating bi-monthly under different themes
The flash-frozen meals are ready in minutes and join a growing trend of meal kits and solutions by retailers
Kroger’s exclusive meal kit Home Chef is offering a free month of Peacock Premium streaming with a delivery service order, lines up meal in-store and delivery for Thanksgiving
Turkey and ham specials offered, live Instagram cooking demo with celebrity chef
The Fresh to Table concept shops will feature its Bowl & Basket, Wholesome Pantry own brands, while offering ready-to-eat or ready-to-cook meals that can be ordered through in-store and digital experiences
Partnership with ClusterTruck adds two more locations in the midwest
Seafood, pork and chicken products come flavored in a bag that can be put right into the oven
The Canadian retailer’s PC Chef meal kits will expand to include exclusive local restaurant offerings and direct-to-home delivery
New weekly, exclusive Ultimate Dinner Meals aim to appeal to families looking to share a special restaurant-quality meal, socially distanced
Chain hopes offering will be popular with a.m. crowd
Only 58 percent of U.S. adults agree that prepared foods sold in supermarkets are safe, according to the NPD Group.
Increasing quality, price tier variety could boost store brand meat and poultry sales.
The plant would support rotisserie chicken sales.
Retailers could fare well within the store brand dip and spread segment by thinking outside of traditional offerings.
Pizza preferences are evolving to reflect a hunger for healthy, wholesome and gourmet qualities.
Retailers need to innovate to lure shoppers away from pizzerias — and to own-brand pizza offerings.
The retailer is offering more than 50 seasonal pumpkin products.
The brewery will begin distribution with a Post Oak Pale Ale.
After choosing the fish and sauce, customers cook the meal at home in an oven-safe bag.
Foodservice spending is up, but visits are flat, states The NPD Group.
Consumers are invited to submit recipes for stuffed dishes containing up to eight store brand items to win gift cards.
Awards program was hosted by former White House Military Chef Samuel Morgante.
The 15 chefs will compete live during FMI Connect for prizes.
Janine Schwendinger, designer from a Hy-Vee store Rochester, Minn., took home first place and the Designers Choice Award.