Heather Lalley

Editor in chief, Winsight Grocery Business

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Heather Lalley is the editor in chief of Winsight Grocery Business, overseeing a team of editors and a web producer to write, report and publish breaking news, features, trend stories and industry analysis. She spent six years as an editor with sister publication Restaurant Business, covering many facets of the restaurant industry.

Before joining Winsight, Heather spent nearly a decade as a reporter for the daily newspaper in Spokane, Washington. She is the author of "The Chicago Homegrown Cookbook." She holds a journalism degree from Northwestern University and is a graduate of the two-year baking and pastry program at Washburne Culinary Institute in Chicago.

She is the mother of two and rarely passes up a chance to eat tater tots.

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Heather Lalley

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General Merchandise/HBC

Missouri AG Files Lawsuit Against Dollar General, Alleging Unfair and Deceptive Pricing

Investigation finds consumers frequently charged more at register than what is listed on shelf, suit says

Company News

Leadership Changes at Giant Eagle, GetGo

Industry veteran promoted to president of c-store chain

Discounter adding more than 100 new items, doubling down on opportunity it sees in fresh, frozen and packaged foods

Both dollar sales and unit sales are up year over year as retailers expand own brands of chardonnay, merlot and other varietals

Discounter sees opportunity in expanding to multiple price points, adding convenience and grocery items

Purchase of 11 Sullivan's grocery stores in Illinois includes 1 c-store with fuel, more

OSHA confirms settlement discussions with discounter after fast-growing company has received more than $15.5 million in penalties

Discounter posted disappointing Q4 results, working to cater to increasingly cash-strapped shoppers with low-priced food, beverages, other items

Discount retailer plans to open test kitchen, launch ‘hundreds’ of private-label items

Deal averts temporary restraining order, but litigation over pricing discrepancies ‘is not over’

Discounter has added about 1,000 new stores a year for the last decade

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