Year in Review: Wellness, digital mark 2014 grocery

Year in Review: Wellness, digital mark 2014 grocery

 

It was a year when organics went mainstream, Market Basket went viral, Whole Foods went bargain, and more attention went toward Internet grocery shopping since Webvan’s IPO.

Two stalwarts of the traditional supermarket channel — and at least two small discounters — agreed to merge, while several companies including an ambitious but scuffling Wal-Mart Stores turned to new leaders.

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