Whole Foods supermarkets have been routinely overcharging customers by overstating the weight of prepackaged meat, dairy and baked goods, New York City’s consumer chief said Wednesday.
Camden has been without a single supermarket for more than a year, when a Pathmark closed.
At the Superfresh store at 5th and Pine Streets in center city, customers were impressed with the condition of the stocks.
What does the law have to say about a retailer that sells a packaged food product long past its expiration date?
A Pennsylvania man could spend up to 25 years in prison for stealing lobsters he planned to sell to support his drug habit.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that in the near future, you may be offered a custom price for some of your favorite foods, and the secret to these savings is a swipe of your loyalty card.
Chris talks to Senator Pat Toomey about the Jobs Act and the Republican Presidential Primary. He investigates the hierarchy of grocery stores, asks who is to blame to the deadly fire in Kensington and laments the Phillies slow start and stagnant offense.
You think you’ve heard all of the ways to spend less at the supermarket, but there are ways that go beyond coupons and club cards. Knowing what else to look out for could help you save money.
If you’re like most people, you probably do the majority of your grocery shopping at one supermarket. But is that really the best store for you?
A name synonymous with supermarkets in the Philadelphia region for nearly sixty years will be disappearing soon, amid news that Giant Food Stores is buying 16 Genuardi’s stores from Safeway.
Supermarket prices are on the rise! But what if we told you that you could save up to 20 percent on your bill, depending on where you shop? The same items, just lower prices.
For some longtime residents of Northern Liberties, the opening of the SuperFresh is welcome — but with reservations about the pricing.
As many as two million Americans suffer from celiac disease — they’re unable to digest gluten, which is found in bread, pasta, beer, and other common foods.
Acme Markets is laying off 900 of its 14,000 employees in our region. The 900 workers, all part-timers, are being laid off at the supermarket chain’s 117 stores in the area.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board plans to launch a pilot program that will see bottles of liquor offered for sale in a selected number of those new wine kiosks that have been set up in supermarkets.