Minnesota FoodShare says its 30th annual campaign was another record-setter. Minnesota FoodShare raised almost $8.5 million in monetary donations and more than 4.4 million pounds of food in March.
Supervalu Inc. said Tuesday that it swung to a loss in the fourth quarter as a result of impairment charges and costs related to store closures and layoffs. But excluding those items, the company’s results beat Wall Street’s expectations, sending its shares up 15 percent.
There is a new roadblock for a proposed Trader Joes in Minneapolis’ Lyn-Lake neighborhood.
At least three national supermarket operators have decided to stop buying ground beef that contains the filler now known as “pink slime.”
General Mills Inc.’s fiscal third-quarter profit edged lower due to rising costs, but its revenue improved on strength abroad.
Grocery store operator Supervalu Inc. said Wednesday that its fiscal third-quarter net loss widened due to costs related to a turnaround plan, continued high food prices and a cautious consumer.
Roundy’s Supermarkets Inc., which operates 158 grocery stores in three states, expects to raise $230 million through an initial public stock offering.
The Wisconsin Farm Bureau says the average price of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the state is just over $50 this year.
It’s a sign of the times. A record 43 million Americans are on food stamps. About 9 percent of Minnesotans — nearly half a million people — depend on food stamps. This week in Washington, D.C., Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison has been eating on a food stamp budget of $4.50 a day.
Target Corp. said Thursday that sales of groceries, beauty products and clothing helped fuel a 5.3 percent September rise in revenue at stores open at least a year.
More and more people are turning to coupons to save a few bucks each month, but you don’t have to be an extreme couponer to save some extreme money.
Target said Thursday that a key revenue figure rose 1.8 percent for February, helped by sales of fresh food and by shoppers with its branded cards taking advantage of a 5 percent discount, but the results missed analyst expectations.
The 30th anniversary edition of the Minnesota Grown Directory comes out in April.
Target Corp. is projecting a merry holiday as the discounter counts on a 5 percent discount for its credit and debit card customers as well as revamping of hundreds of stores to draw in shoppers.
We all pay for food and the price is going up, but it isn’t like a rise in gas prices. There isn’t a big sign out in front of stores telling you the price of cereal has increased, but you will be seeing it at the check-out counter.