E-commerce

Retailers

E-Commerce Deficit Sparks United Response From Aldi: Report

The hard discounter, a relative laggard online, has established a joint operating company of its estranged North and South sisters said to pursue a united grocery e-commerce solution.

Retailers

‘Online Farmers Market’ Market Wagon Opens New Delivery Hub in Chicago

The newest Chicago-Lakeshore hub is now one of three that can deliver local farm favorites to residents in the area.

Ankur Shah becomes finance and strategy chief at the growing online grocer, which operates in nine states and Washington, D.C.

Updating digital infrastructure to accept SNAP represents an opportunity to attract new shoppers and build loyalty, but grocers must move quickly, the author says.

Stop and shop ... or not: Massachusetts-based Stop & Shop, an Ahold Delhaize brand, adds order pickup from temperature-controlled lockers at Boston store.

A combination of robotic order picking and human-led selection of fresh groceries at local fulfillment centers will let Walmart fulfill online orders within an hour, the retailer says.

The new curbside pickup models will leverage contract shoppers and retail employees as retailers seek more efficient solutions; labor tensions escalate as union workers are impacted.

The chief executive shares perspective on making e-commerce more profitable, training during a pandemic and where the company won't get caught short again.

City officials OK development agreement, allowing the retailer and its technology partner to construct an $89 million, 223,000-square-robotic warehouse to support grocery e-commerce at Fry's.

Chief Merchandising Officer Scott Crawford discusses trends driving sales for the e-commerce brand, now under the wing of Ahold Delhaize.

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