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Raley’s

Raley’s ramps up shelf tag system

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The innovative shelf-tagging system Raley’s introduced two years ago to help shoppers make better decisions about the food they buy has been expanded to cover a wider range of merchandise. With the upgrade, Raley’s Shelf Guide now includes products shelved in nonfood aisles at the family-owned retailer’s 129 stores in Northern

Raley’s expands shelf-tagging sysytem

Raley’s expands shelf-tagging sysytem

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s has expanded its innovative shelf-tagging system, adding categories and icons to help shoppers make better decisions about a wider range of products they are buying. With the upgrade, Raley’s Shelf Guide now includes products shelved in non-food aisles at the family-owned retailer’s 129 stores in Northern California and Nevada under

Raley’s names Croff head of human resources

Raley’s names Croff head of human resources

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s has promoted Laura Croff to vice president of people.  Most recently, she held the title of senior director of human resources, leading Raley’s human resources business partners and team member relations groups. In her expanded role, Croff will lead the human resources strategy for the company, including labor relations, team member relations, compensation, benefits and talent acquisition.    “We are fortunate to have Laura, a proven leader in building

Raley’s promotes executive to new leadership role

Raley’s promotes executive to new leadership role

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s has promoted Deirdre Zimmermann to chief customer experience officer. She has served in an executive position since joining the organization in 2015, beginning as senior vice president of marketing and e-commerce. She will continue to report to Keith Knopf, Raley’s president and chief executive officer. “Deirdre is a proven executive

Raley’s expands Knopf’s role

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s last month named Keith Knopf as chief executive officer, amplifying his role as overseer of the grocer’s strategic priorities. Knopf succeeds majority-owner Michael Teel, who is relinquishing his CEO title but remaining as board chairman. Teel will also continue to serve as consumer advocate, Raley’s said in a statement. Knopf

Raley’s rolls out new pharmacy mobile app

Raley’s rolls out new pharmacy mobile app

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Raley’s announces a partnership with mscripts to integrate their mobile pharmacy solutions with a new Raley’s Pharmacy app, Rx Refill On-The-Go.  In an ongoing effort to make the shopping experience more convenient, Raley’s is offering a new tool that will support text notifications when a prescription is ready for pick up and a

Raley’s to buy six Scolari’s stores in Nevada

Raley’s to buy six Scolari’s stores in Nevada

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s has announced plans to purchase six stores in northern Nevada from Reno, Nev.-based Scolari’s Food and Drug Co. Upon completion of the transaction, the five Scolari’s Food and Drug stores and the lone Sak ’N Save outlet being transferred will be operated by Raley’s. The Sak ’N Save will keep

Knopf gets bigger role, president’s title at Raley’s

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s has awarded the title of president to Keith Knopf, the supermarket chain’s chief operating officer. The company said the move reflects a change of focus for majority owner and chief executive officer Michael Teel, who intends to spend more time in the community encouraging vendors, farmers and government agencies to

Raley’s set to pilot natural format

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s recently announced that it plans to test a new natural foods supermarket concept in downtown Sacramento. The 11,000-square-foot store will feature a curated selection of product designed to encourage wholesome eating, according to the company, with an emphasis on products that are minimally processed, organic (when available), sustainably sourced and free

Raley’s to open natural food store

Raley’s to open natural food store

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley’s plans to test a new natural foods supermarket concept in downtown Sacramento. “I want to go back to the basics and create a store that is reminiscent of a neighborhood corner market but with a focus on nutritious food at a fair value,” Raley’s president and chief executive officer Michael Teel