As a super market, considered by many to be an architectural treasure, plans on renovating, residents are fighting to preserve the style it has taken for over 50 years — a historic, mid-century space age style, called “googie” design.
A fire Sunday night destroyed a 5,000-square-foot market, officials said.
South Los Angeles residents, union members and community activists will rally Thursday to protest the expected closure of a Ralph’s supermarket.
Fresh & Easy supermarkets have been popping up in Southern California for the past five years, but their days may be numbered.
Filmmakers and authors, James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch visited the KCAL9 studios Monday to discuss their newest documentary film and book (by the same name), “Hungry for Change”!
…Things like…. Invisible tape (which maybe, you can’t see). Or Crushed Pineapple.
Police Tuesday night searched for two robbers, who were caught on camera holding up a Wells Fargo inside a Placentia grocery and then ditching a dye pack moments before it exploded.
The effort may sound like a political long-shot, but one city councilman thinks the public will eventually warm up to the initiative.
Union officials and other supporters argue the law would not only prevent teenagers from buying alcohol, but would also save the jobs of supermarket cashiers.
More than 60,000 Southern California grocery workers have cast their votes on whether to authorize a strike if contract talks with three of the nation’s largest supermarket chains break down.
A new report estimates that half the meat and poultry sold in the supermarket may be tainted with the staph germ.
The grocery chain pleaded no contest last month to 62 charges, including 19 counts of mislabeling and 15 counts of false advertising.
A mom in Birmingham, England claims to have seen a half-dozen pink mice emerging from a multi-pack bag of potato chips at a local Tesco grocery store.
Paper or plastic may not be environmentally-friendly, but a recent investigation shows reusable grocery bags may pose a significant lead exposure risk to shoppers.
Have you noticed your food shopping bill going up? Analysts say if you haven’t yet, you will soon.