In this week’s recap of the Top 10 most popular Supermarket News articles, Walmart to open high-tech consolidation center in Pennsylvania ranked as the week’s top story. In a major upgrade to its supply chain, Walmart this month is opening a high-tech consolidation center in Lebanon, Pa., that will service all 42 of the retail giant’s regional distribution centers across the U.S.
Among other top stories:
- SpartanNash sees ongoing growth in Q2
- Walmart sees better Q2 results than expected
- Hy-Vee promotes Jeremy Gosch to retail operations CEO
- Walmart+ adds Paramount+ to roster of benefits
In other news, Target Corp. has named former PepsiCo executive Grace Puma as a new director on its board. Puma most recently retired from her role as executive vice president and chief operations officer at PepsiCo. In that post at the Purchase, N.Y.-based beverage and food giant, she led global operations, global procurement, employee health and safety, global security and holistic cost management.
Other top stories:
- H-E-B leads grocery chains in consumer transaction growth
- Meijer serves up new prepared meals line
- Publix launches curbside pickup for prescriptions
- Indian food e-marketplace Quicklly taps Instacart for grocery delivery