CHARLEBOIS: Recent surveys suggest the average adult spends more time watching cooking shows than actually cooking
CHARLEBOIS: Same-store Canadian sales are up 8 per cent – higher than in any other country in which Costco operates. And the future looks even brighter
CHARLEBOIS: Technology will ultimately take the guesswork out of shopping at the grocery story and making menu choices, but for now consumers must be vigilant
CHARLEBOIS: Consumers win when food prices fall, but all down the supply chain there are losers, including retailers, processors and farmers
CHARLEBOIS: Consumers are benefiting and traditional retailers scrambling as Walmart and Costco drive down prices and increase their market share
CHARLEBOIS: By demanding lower prices, Loblaws is protecting its bottom line but will Canadian consumers really benefit – or even notice?
CHARLEBOIS: Everyone wins from Loblaw’s campaign to reposition “imperfect” produce in its stores
CHARLEBOIS: Large grocery stores will continue to exist for the foreseeable future, but their numbers will drop significantly.