Fair Food Pledge – SpartanNash

SpartanNash is proud to be the first food distributor in Michigan to sign Migrant Legal Aid’s Fair Food Pledge, affirming our commitment to fair labor practices for the state’s more than 94,000 migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families. The Fair Food Pledge exemplifies SpartanNash’s commitment to corporate responsibility and upholding best-in-class standards for the treatment…

Interpreting FDA’s New Tobacco Deeming Rules

NACS has created an updated memo for members to provide additional clarification on the final rule, which went into effect last month By NACS Online On August 8, the FDA’s final rule extending the agency’s regulatory authority to products such as e-cigarettes, cigars, hookah (waterpipe) and pipe tobacco, certain dissolvables, and nicotine gels, went into…

The Next Wave of EMV

Convenience and fuel retailers prepare for EMV implementation at the pump and ATM By NACS Online With the October 1, 2017, EMV liability shift looming for automate fuel dispensers, many U.S. convenience store operators are preparing for the switch—to the tune of $6 billion. Upgrading fuel dispenser point-of-sale technology comes with a price tag as…

SpartanNash Promotes Staples to President

  By Kristen Cloud // The Shelby Report Dave Staples, COO of SpartanNash, has added the role of president to his duties. Dennis Eidson, who held the president’s title, will continue to serve as the company’s chairman and CEO; the move enables Eidson to continue to focus on long-term strategic growth opportunities, according to the company.…