Southeastern Grocers Donates $70,000 and Breakfast Essentials to Combat Summer Hunger

June 21, 2024 Southeastern Grocers

Southeastern Grocers Inc. (SEG) in partnership with the SEG Gives Foundation, is proud to announce a combined donation of $70,000, along with 7,000 gallons of milk, 7,000 boxes of cereal and 7,000 bunches of bananas, to seven food banks across the Southeast. This initiative aims to combat food insecurity among families during the summer months.

Giant Eagle and Upside Partner to Offer More Personalized Value to Customers

June 21, 2024 Giant Eagle

This partnership with Giant Eagle is an example of the ways we can influence a retailer’s profitability by helping them grow their customer base and increase adoption of their loyalty programs. We’re excited to grow our relationship and find new ways to drive more people in-store.

The Giant Company And Its Customers Raise More Than $400,000 For Healing Our Planet Initiatives

June 21, 2024 The GIANT Company

Through its Healing Our Planet initiative, The GIANT Company announced it raised $403,360 in partnership with its customers to support Planet Bee Foundation™ and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful™. During the month of May, customers at GIANT, MARTIN’S and GIANT Heirloom Market stores were invited to round up their grocery purchases to the nearest dollar to support each organization.

Meijer LPGA Classic Achieves Record-Breaking $2 Million Goal to Help Midwest Communities in Need

June 21, 2024 Meijer

Tournament officials proudly announced the event generated $2 million for the Meijer Simply Give program – reaching its ambitious goal set earlier this year – that will help stock the shelves of hundreds of food pantries across the Midwest. Including this year’s event, the Meijer LPGA Classic has now generated more than $12 million for the Simply Give program.

Canada to Ban Open-Net Pen Salmon Farming in British Columbia

June 20, 2024 Betsy Reed, The Guardian

Canada will ban open-net pen salmon farming in British Columbia coastal waters in five years, the government has announced, a decision that has been welcomed by environmental groups but opposed by the aquaculture industry.