Delivery

Technology

Q&A: Breaking Down the Online Delivery Boom

Bringg CEO Guy Bloch discusses congestion in availability, a new product for small grocers, and why now is the time to prioritize sustainable delivery.

Retailers

Sprouts to Expand Grocery Pickup With Instacart Chainwide

The retailer's ambitious plans to rapidly expand its curbside pickup through Instacart aims to extend the service to its more than 340 stores by early May.

The company says a recent walkout by some workers not only had no negative impact on sales but it actually sold more groceries on its platform in a 72-hour period than ever before.

Workers call for better compensation and safety measures amid the coronavirus crisis.

A new platform called BringgNow—offered for free—provides efficient delivery orchestration as COVID-19 ramps up demand.

With order volume up by more than 150%, Instacart plans to hire an additional 300,000 full-service shoppers over the next three months—more than doubling the size of its full-service shopper community.

Walmart+, a paid loyalty program based on grocery delivery, may roll out soon, reports say.

Just four months after opening its Brooklyn store, Wegmans expands delivery to Manhattan with the help of Instacart.

The e-commerce operation, which operated with little competition for the better part of two decades, will refocus on East Coast supermarket brands as food delivery takes on a new contours.

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