Equipment, Design & Fixtures

Retailers

A Showcase of Innovation and Inspiration

Although the pandemic has put the kibosh on experiential food retailing, WGB’s signature monthly Grocertopia feature serves as a visual reminder of excellence in merchandising, engagement and retail theater.

Stores

How Will Grocery Store Design Change Post-Pandemic?

Experts from StoreMasters share observations and advice to help retailers navigate and plan for the next generation of complexities in a reordered grocery world.

Today’s grocery store is changing, and retailers need fewer machines, more compact equipment and stackable products to deal with the premium cost placed on space.

The author identifies three major trends that bold grocers can harness for success.

Foodservice technology is making new strides, from sustainable indoor farming to food safety training and tech solutions that mitigate human error.

Sustainable, recyclable plastic dunnage racks are also compliant with grocery industry standards for sanitation against foodborne illnesses and will not rust like aluminum.

Grocers such as DeCicco & Sons are increasingly prioritizing efficiencies as a linchpin of their strategies.

The retailer’s forthcoming new location in “the city where it all started” will span 106,000 square feet when it opens in late 2020.

Customer experience and foodie culture are at the heart of the retailer's new Cincinnati flagship.

Multiple innovations addressing intelligent stores were a top hit at Groceryshop.

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