10 of the ‘unhealthiest grocery items’ you can buy in the US
Shoppers might have to make some adjustments to their grocery list the next time they take a trip to the supermarket. MoneyWise has released a list of the top unhealthiest groceries that you can buy at almost any grocery store in the United States. Some of the food you’ve been eating may not be as healthy as you thought and these top unhealthiest groceries just might surprise you. Let’s dive into the rankings:mlive.com
Mediterranean restaurant celebrates grand opening at Grand Rapids Downtown Market
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Shoppers craving Mediterranean cuisine now have another spot to get their fix. Cafe de Miro, a Kurdish-style Mediterranean restaurant, recently celebrated its grand opening of its vendor booth at the Downtown Market, 435 Ionia Ave. SW, on Dec. 11.mlive.com
Help Me Hank searches for the best sales, deals for April
DETROIT – Stores all across Metro Detroit and online are holding huge sales. Consumer investigator Hank Winchester hit the shops on Wednesday to see what’s out there and to see what people should be looking for. Macy’s had huge deals, some prices slashed more than 70 percent. Metro Detroit retailers are also cutting prices, working to get foot traffic in their stores. Some Metro Detroit downtown districts will be offering new incentives to get people back to their local merchants.
Metro Detroit residents squeeze in last-minute holiday shopping before Christmas
So that became available and now I’m trying to do it,” said Damien Lindsey. With the stores likely to be closed for Christmas, a few people might be disappointed when looking into their stocking. Those who have seen this trend year after year said the last-minute shopping wave is lacking compared to year’s past. (Holiday shopping) is not as fluent as it was in the past,” said K&G salesman Sydney Spight. “It’s so hectic with the quarantine and everything and everybody is trying to get their last-minute stuff in,” Lindsey said.
Michigan State Police hands out gift cards at Kroger in Commerce Township
COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Michigan State Police and Kroger teamed up on Wednesday to give shoppers a Christmas surprise of gift cards in Commerce Township. An MSP trooper dressed as The Grinch and roamed through the store handing out $4,000 worth of gift cards. Watch the report in the video above. View more: Community news
Shoppers frustrated by empty grocery store shelves across Metro Detroit
Shoppers frustrated by empty grocery store shelves across Metro DetroitPublished: March 14, 2020, 6:15 pmGrocery items are flying off the shelves quicker than the stores can restock them. The chaos at grocery stores increased as more coronavirus cases were confirmed this week.
Shoppers, retailers get psyched for Cyber Monday
Retail stores saw less foot traffic on Black Friday, which may mean they prefer to shop from the comfort of their own homes on Cyber Monday. Retail & Financial Journalist Vera Gibbons joined CBSN to talk about this year's digital doorbusters.cbsnews.com