There’s no shortage of retail news this week. It appears retailers are jumping on board the alcohol train and making plans to serve wine and spirits at their retail locations. Craft beer on tap is coming to Kroger and Target is going to start serving alcohol for the first time as well. Chipotle is fighting a ‘meritless’ lawsuit, and Rihanna may be launching a makeup line. Take a read below at our retail recap!


Health and Beauty


Retail News - Rihanna


Rihanna Releasing A Makeup Line? See What She Said About ‘Fenty Beauty’


Health and Beauty Trends: Go Natural


Optimum Nutrition Now Available with Amazon Dash Button


Editor’s Picks: 10 Best Beauty Products We’re Obsessed With Right Now



Apparel and Accessories


Retail News - Apparel


This is the untapped, big-spending, fashion-forward customer that apparel brands should covet


Behind the scenes at the millennial lingerie brand that is trying to kill Victoria’s Secret


Small designers don’t need big retailers to find a market


High-tops and high fashion: How sneakers rose from street to chic



Sporting Goods


Retail News - Sports


Sports Authority Maintains an Enduring Commitment to Personalized Customer Engagement


Max Out Golf announces license agreement with Urban Golf


Malakye plans career fair event at Interbike


Lululemon Revamps Yoga Pants Selection So You Can Shop By The Way They Feel Instead Of How They Look



Food & Beverage


Retail News - Food


Chipotle vows to fight ‘meritless’ GMO lawsuit, but case highlights legal minefield over Non-GMO claims


BevNET Announces Launch of Project NOSH, Covering Natural, Organic, Sustainable and Healthy Packaged Food Companies


Craft beer on tap coming to Kroger supermarkets


Marin school district first in nation to serve all organic, non-GMO meals



Baby Products


Retail News - Baby


The all-American nursery: 35+ baby products made in the USA


It’s Depressingly Easy To Spy On Vulnerable Baby Monitors Using Just A Browser


Jessica Alba’s Honest Company Makes Her A Billionaire


5 baby products that are surprisingly good for adults