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SN Top 10: Retailers change business plans in face of pandemic

UNFI spins off Cub, Shoppers stores while Stop & Shop-King Kullen deal ends

This edition of Supermarket News' Top 10 ranges from developments involving company banners to retailers' stand against racism, from a Walmart-to-Sprouts executive change to how retailers are continuing to adapt to the ongoing coronavirus impact. And more.

  • Cub Foods, Shoppers stores to be spun off from UNFI
  • Grocery retailers take stand against racism
  • Instacart lands $225 million in new funding
  • It’s a new scene for grocery shopping as pandemic changes behaviors
  • Kimco stake in Albertsons Cos. shrinks
  • Roku taps Kroger to sharpen targeted advertising
  • Sobeys to add six more FreshCo discount grocery stores
  • Sprouts hires longtime Walmart merchandiser as chief fresh merchant
  • Stop & Shop, King Kullen kill acquisition deal
  • United Supermarkets brings automation to curbside experience

Click through the slideshow to find links to these Top 10 articles.

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