Organic food sales in the United States have grown exponentially, and Hoosier grocery stores are adapting to the demand.
Including the Liberty Drive project, Kroger will have spent $41.5 million on its Bloomington stores in the last five years.
A federal court has granted a two-week extension in a case against the city of Terre Haute; an Indiana grocer is stepping into the online shopping trade.
Larger stores are offering more local products, and more specialized stores are popping up. That’s making it hard for smaller organizations to keep up.
After the co-op announced the resignation of its longtime general manager last week, the co-op said it would undergo changes to "better serve" its clientele.
A new labor agreement also includes pay increases and more benefits for part-time employees.
The Kroger at 2nd Street and College Avenue near the B-Line Trail is going to be more than 5,000 square feet larger.
Cincinnati-based Kroger is the latest supermarket to announce it will no longer sell "pink slime."
Employees of some Monroe County food service unions say they’re keeping an eye on the state’s “Right to Work” discussion.