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Canadian Grocer’s top 10 most-read stories of 2023

Here are the stories that were most popular with our readers this year
  1. Wonder Women! Meet the 2023 Star Women in Grocery winners

Introducing the remarkable women shaking up the Canadian grocery industry

  1. Loblaw says it’s receiving “concerning” number of cost increase requests from large CPGs

Suppliers have increased the company’s product costs by nearly $1 billion in the year to date, the company’s CFO told analysts on Loblaw’s first quarter earnings call

  1. Empire realigns its executive team as it looks to become "best retailer in Canada"

Grocery giant promotes several executives as it embarks on new three-year growth plan, Project Altitude

  1. Dollarama is challenging the traditional grocery store model: OPINION

In a world of rising costs, Dollarama's stealthy grocery revolution is offering consumers a financial lifeline they can't afford to ignore

  1. PHOTO GALLERY: First No Frills Plus store sets up shop in Brampton

Store will offer the Loblaw discount banner’s standard fare plus an expanded service offering

  1. Nestlé Canada announces wind down and exit of frozen meals and pizza business

Affected brands include Delissio, Stouffer's, Lean Cuisine and Life Cuisine

  1. 2023 Generation Next winners revealed!

Canadian Grocer recognizes industry's rising stars

  1. PHOTO GALLERY: Fortinos opens new location in Ontario

Bolton store features "Pane Fresco" fresh food concept

  1. Pattison Food Group gets into the restaurant biz

With Wildlight Kitchen + Bar, the group serves up a “celebration” of West Coast cuisine

  1. Loblaw to invest $2B this year to open 38 new stores, renovate 600 locations

Investment is expected to create more than 6,000 new jobs in retail, supply chain, technology and construction

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