Equipment, Design & Fixtures

Industry Partners

Cut Costs and Boost Sustainability with Energy-Saving Solutions

Sustainability is a key differentiator as consumers choose what to buy and where they buy it. So what does this mean for food manufacturers and grocers?

Retailers

Save A Lot Sets Goal to Renovate Entire Fleet

The St. Louis discounter sets sights on renovating 1,000 stores by 2024 in partnership with licensees; COO Kevin Proctor has separately departed for a new role at North West Co.

Retailers shouldn't mistake touchless options with reduced customer interactions. In fact, the author says, the opposite is true.

As it stands now the FAP-1001 can peel over twenty fruits and vegetables including citrus, apples, kiwis, potatoes, raw beets.

As the convenience trend grows to include contactless checkout and payment, the Caper Cart developer introduces a countertop solution for small stores.

A radical new look meant to emphasize a connected omnichannel shopper and the Walmart app—and won't likely be confused for a discount warehouse—is coming to 200 Supercenters by the end of the fiscal year.

A GetGo convenience store near Pittsburgh represents what officials call the industry's first enterprise retrofit, enabling shoppers to skip checkout lines and the retailer to absorb inventory, labor and shrink benefits.

The autonomous store technology company, which last year introduced pint-sized, prefab units, eyes more than 300 deployments in new and existing stores over the next year.

As COVID restrictions ease, retailers need to look to store resets with reduced liability and increased safety in mind, the authors say.

In a global competition for robotic cleaners, the retailer picks a flexible solution for stores and a technical marvel to study further.

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