Courtney Coughenour In The News

Profile: Courtney Coughenour

August 19, 2019
UNLV Researchers studied the quality of produce you can purchase at discount stores.
Bisnow
June 17, 2019
Nearly 2,780 stores are slated to open nationwide in 2019, and roughly 1,800 of them, more than half, will be part of discount chains.
Retail Dive
June 14, 2019
The fact that discounters are resonating in a strong economy shows just how much shoppers value a bargain. It's also testament to the broadening appeal these stores have, with fresher, higher-quality assortment and updated store layouts reaching consumers higher up the income ladder.
Grocery Dive
June 10, 2019
The fact that discounters are resonating in a strong economy shows just how much shoppers value a bargain. It's also testament to the broadening appeal these stores have, with fresher, higher-quality assortment and updated store layouts reaching consumers higher up the income ladder.
Healthline
March 8, 2019
A new study found fresh produce at discount stores matches the quality of traditional grocery chains — and is often less expensive, too.
EarthRise Podcast
March 8, 2019
New research on food deserts and dollar-store produce; old hotels are being converted for low-income housing in Los Angeles; the munchies are real; and a bit of history on vaccinations (which are also real).
Reader's Digest
March 5, 2019
You'll want to give your local discount store another look.
MSN
March 5, 2019
For better or worse, we tend to believe that a higher price tag means better quality—that $40 bottle of wine will be better than the $20 option, and “real” Cheerios are bound to be tastier than store-brand—but science says there’s no reason not to save money on fruit.