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Schnucks grocery stores are celebrating their 75th anniversary this year.
They are using the occassion to start a campaign to feed the hungry. Together with Operation Food Search in the St. Louis area, the grocer will provide red barrels in stores where customers can donate food. They will only accept non-perishable foods. Schnucks plans to suggest items that food pantries need the most.
The campaign will encompass all of its stores in Missouri, Illinois, Iowa and in Wisconsin.]]>
The Des Peres Schnucks is issuing a recall on fresh ground beef.
The beef was sold at the store on Manchester road. Employees found a metal clip in the meat grinder. The ground beef was sold on Wednesday, January, 15, with a sell-by date of January 16, 2014.
Any customers who bought the meat before 7 p.m. Wednesday should return it to the store for a full refund or exchange. For more information, contact Schnucks Consumer Affairs at 314-994-4400.
You could call it the Schnuck's shuffle.
The youngest of the Schnuck brothers is getting ready to take over the family business.
Fifty-five year old Todd Schnuck has been COO of Schnuck's Supermarkets since 2009. The grocery chain's current chief executive, 63 year old Scott Schnuck, says its time for new leadership.
Scott Schnuck will take over as chairman when his older brother, 65 year old Craig Schnuck retires in March, but says he'll stick around until fall to help his younger brother Todd transition into the role of president and CEO.
The company also announced Thursday that former Aldi and Walmart executive Anthony Hucker will assume the role of COO.
A settlement may be near in the class action lawsuit against Schnucks supermarkets stemming from a security breach that compromised more than 2 million customer credit and debit cards. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the judge will decide in the coming weeks if the deal Schnucks has agreed to is satisfactory.
But an attorney pursuing a federal lawsuit over the matter is asking the court to throw out the settlement, claiming it's unfair because proper discover hasn't been done and the full scope of the damages to Schnucks customers isn't known. Attorney's involved in the local case deny that.
Hackers breached the grocery chain's security between December 2012 and March 2013.