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Publix and its Customers Raise $117,000 to Help Fight Hunger in Central Florida
Publix Super Markets, through its seasonal Food for All donation campaign, raised almost $117,000 late last year.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Talking shop: Amazon's fresh step in fledgling US online grocery
Amazon has made another stride in taking on US food retailers with the roll out of its fresh grocery business into the second most populous city in the US, Los Angeles.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Publix sets June 26 grand opening for second Mobile store
MOBILE, Alabama - In just a few short weeks, Mobile area shoppers can double their Publix Super Markets fun when the chain's long-awaited second Port City location opens at the intersection of Airport and University boulevards.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Jamal Sowell: Florida works to reshape its educational legacy
As a sixth-generation Floridian and the son of an educator, with parents from Two Egg, Leesburg and Jasper, I was raised with an awareness of the history of Florida's education system.
Thu May 30, 2013
Publix Raising Funds For Children's Hospital At Erlanger With Register Campaign
Publix Super Markets in the Chattanooga area is encouraging customers to make a donation at the register for Children's Hospital at Erlanger, a member of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Bi-Lo acquisition should bring jobs to Jacksonville
Bi-Lo Holdings LLC's $265 million acquisition of three grocery chains from Delhaize America should be a boon to Jacksonville, but it's too soon to put a number on how many new jobs the deal could mean.
Fri May 24, 2013
Firms will rival Publix's possible Harris Teeter buyout
If Publix Super Markets is interested in buying grocery chain Harris Teeter, which they've kept quiet about, then the company just gained a few more rivals for the bid: Cerebus Capital Management LP and Bain Capital .
Thu May 23, 2013
America's Ground Zero for Modern Slavery
Florida's tomato farms supply 50% of all U.S. fresh tomatoes - but have also been called America's "ground zero for slavery." The Fair Food Program is working to enforce a policy of zero tolerance for slavery on tomato farms.
Wed May 22, 2013
Florida Baptist Witness
FBCH hosts annual CEO Children's Council meeting
LAKELAND - Chief executive officers from across the country met at Florida Baptist Children's Homes recently to focus their expertise on benefitting children connected with the ministry.