Publix has moved up on the list of Fortune 500 companies, and is now the highest-ranking Florida company to be included.
Publix says it will expand its store hours starting this Saturday as lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
Publix says their initiative to help support Florida farmers and families in need has reached a major milestone.
Publix just did the numbers, and they are pretty astounding. In the first two weeks after a national emergency was declared because of COVID-19, Publix sales spiked by $1-billion.
While many companies across the country have been struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, grocery stores like Publix are seeing sizable profits.
A month ago, Publix began allowing employees to wear masks. Over a week ago, they made it mandatory for workers.
As farmers around the country have been forced to dump milk and destroy produce due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Publix announced a new initiative to partner with those farmers and bring them some relief.
As food banks across thec ountry face a higher-than-usual demand due to the pandemic, both individuals and organizations have stepped up to help.
In order to help first responders and hospital staff on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, Publix began offering special shopping hours just for them.
Publix is now allowing its employees to wear masks and gloves while working during the coronavirus pandemic.
Publix Super Markets Inc. plans to install Plexiglas partitions to protect its cashiers as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread.
If you've been in the Publix cleaning supply aisle lately, you've seen the nearly empty shelves. But if you look a little closer, Publix just added new signage on those aisles: "Because of increased demand, customers are limited to two of each item."
The store is at the intersection of Kennedy Boulevard and South Gardenia Avenue, a location that can be frustrating for drivers during rush hour.
The Lakeland-based grocery chain known for being the place “where shopping is a pleasure” can also say “where working is a pleasure.”
Publix mechanic Gene Anderson is the one and only person who fixes and refurbishes a unique Florida icon -- Publix's popular scales.
Publix Super Markets Inc. says it is in the process of buying the leases at five Lucky's Market locations.
The one place where shopping is a pleasure -- and is the default grocery store for most Floridians -- has once again been named one of the “world’s most admired companies” by Fortune Magazine.
Publix is opening its first built-from-scratch GreenWise Market in Lakeland.
According to the Florida Lottery, Ursula Honderick bought the winning $1,000,000 GOLD RUSH CLASSIC scratch-off ticket on Monday from the Publix at 950 Blanding Boulevard in Orange Park.
"You can’t always see hunger, but it is all around us."