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Welcome to the new

An improved, cleaner layout, more fluid navigation and an enhanced mobile experience

Thank you for reading Those of you who have been here before will recognize that starting today, we have a brand-new website.

You’ll notice an improved, cleaner layout of the content, a more fluid navigation around the site and an enhanced mobile experience.

Most important, the new site enhances our ability to surface additional content relative to you, whether that comes from our editorial team, our industry contributors or our sponsors.

We hope the new site helps you quickly find information helpful to you, including: 

Issues & Trends: SN keeps you up to date on health & wellness, organic & natural, sustainability and more.

The New Consumer: Read about Millennials, multicultural demographics and more ways The New Consumer is changing food retailing in a big way.

Retail & Financial: Get the latest news on mergers & acquisitions, quarterly reports and other corporate developments across the food retailing landscape.

Product Categories: Shop Supermarket News’ aisles for news, trends, how-tos and galleries for all the major supermarket categories.

Top 75 Retailers & Wholesalers: SN’s annual list of the Top 75 Retailers & Wholesalers in the United States and Canada.

Change is rarely without complications, but I think you’ll find our migration to the new platform a smooth one. Many people on the Penton technology team have been working on it for many months. We’d like to know your thoughts — please feel free to reach out to [email protected]

The Supermarket News team

Top row, from left: Sarah Lockyer, Becky Schilling, Julie Gallagher, Jon Springer and Liz Webber; Bottom row, from left: Christi Ravneberg, Don Cuppett, Alicia Harris, Anna Kang and Leigh Anne Zinsmeister

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