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Natalie Taylor

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Natalie Taylor is senior editor of Winsight Grocery Business, responsible for reporting on the fresh category and West Coast retailer news. After four years in finance and educational publishing, Natalie’s passion for the latest culinary trends led her to the food industry, where she reported as a restaurant secret shopper and ultimately landed in the grocery world. A graduate from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, Natalie has written for magazines, local newspapers and digital platforms. She loves soup dumplings and long walks down the produce aisle.

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The retailer has upgraded its platform to offer an improved e-commerce interface and a more personalized shopping experience.

The retailer has partnered with the Plant Based Foods Association for its new marketing initiative across 70 Northern California stores.

The new service will feature specialty, beauty and wellness products from third-party sellers as well as provide the retailer with data to help identify consumer trends.

The natural market recently debuted its fifth location with experiential features such as a working beehive, instruction kitchen and wellness section.

The retailer has updated three Pennsylvania locations to feature enhanced fresh offerings and an all-new “Drop Zone” concept.

The retailer has introduced new packaging to replace plastics, as well as a shopper rewards system to encourage the use of reusable containers.

Boosting impulse sales through convenient products, targeted merchandising and creative communication is generating fruitful gains.

The oven's interface will feature settings designed for meals made with 365 Everyday Value products.

The new 360-degree format is designed to connect shoppers to nutrition education and resources that share the retailer’s “good4u” story.

The industry is shifting toward eco-friendly, convenient packaging that appeals to consumer demand for sustainability and supports the needs of retailers’ foodservice programs.

The retailer is offering the added convenience service at three Western New York locations beginning Oct. 7.

The retailer is eliminating the program from all its store banners following declining sales and a PETA appeal.