E-commerce

Retailers

Online Grocery Shoppers Lack Loyalty

While online grocery sales have skyrocketed in recent months, a new survey finds that shoppers' loyalty to their brick-and-mortar favorites does not extend to online.

Retailers

FreshDirect Sees Pandemic Surge Seeding New Growth

Having overcome a rough start in its new digs, the resurgent New York e-tailer looks to technology and a differentiated offering to speed expansion.

Mercato has been selected by the city of New York to become the e-commerce marketplace that will connect the city’s underserved communities to local grocery stores in all five boroughs.

A new survey finds that online grocery is expected to account for 21.5% of total grocery sales by 2025—an estimated $250 billion—but Trader Joe's wants no part of it.

NGA and its member retailers and partners are working with the federal government to expand online availability of the federal food assistance program, which they say comes with both benefits and burdens.

John Furner sounds off on the initiatives that prove the retailer “thinks like a startup.”

A recent report commissioned by Takeoff Technologies examines how traditional grocers can beat Amazon at the online grocery game.

Consumers can opt in to the e-commerce platform, which provides consumers with a personalized shopping experience.

The online retailer said sales are up from last year as families expect to prepare more meals at home, while new meal solutions bolster selection.

Shoppers habits have changed, but the fundamentals, including merchandising and service, are still important for independent grocers, the author says.

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