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Retailer seeking to fill 325 positions for its new Raleigh store set to open in September.
The retailer will invest $158 million to upgrade 92 stores in four markets as part of its "Easy, Fresh and Affordable" initiative.
More than 400 exhibitors spanning food and technology presented their case to independent retailers.
Modern in-store display solutions impart ambiance and enhance fresh product assortment while reducing energy costs.
The pilot program propels the Wakefern member to expand its healthy foodservice cred with "salad-hip" offerings.
Retailers are taking in-store restaurants, event spaces and food stations to the next level.
The retailer's new store in Aberdeen, Md., is the first to open at 25,000 square feet, but the design change won't affect assortment, spokesman says.
Similar to Walmart’s “Ajax,” the modular units can be built onto existing stores and can retrieve online orders in less than a minute.
The retailer says the technology will allow associates to spend more time serving customers.
“Priceless lessons” learned from the year-old concept store gives Associated Food Stores a new format “to fulfill the needs of today’s consumer in a comfortable, easy-to-shop store.”
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