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Week of Mon, Jun 14th, 2010

Whole Foods: 'Organic' H&BAs must be certified

In less than a year from now, all personal care products and cosmetics making an "organic" claim sold in Whole Foods Market Inc.'s U.S. stores must be third-party certified.

Winn-Dixie distributes shares held in reserve under reorg plan

Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. plans to distribute all remaining shares of its common stock that had been held in reserve to settle outstanding unsecured pre-petition bankruptcy claims.

Walgreens, CVS settle pharmacy benefits dispute

Ending what was shaping up to be a standoff, Walgreen Co. and CVS Caremark Corp. have reached an agreement in which Walgreens will continue as a provider in the Caremark pharmacy benefit management (PBM) retail network for current, new and renewal plans.

Kroger tops Wall Street's forecast for 1Q

Kroger Co. turned in solid sales gains and bested financial analysts' earnings projections for its fiscal 2010 first quarter.

Retailers warned to choose carefully in cutting SKUs

A new study by the Nielsen Co. sheds considerable light on the complexities and pitfalls of SKU optimization programs for retailers.

Sam's Club extends early shopping hours

Sam's Club is now offering its consumer Advantage Plus Members access to early shopping hours at all of its U.S. locations.