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Industry Partners

Shoppers Click-and-Pick to Record Grocery Tally

Pickup becomes a “dominant” modality as ship-to-home slips and sales reach $9.3 billion in March, Brick Meets Click/Mercatus survey indicates.

Retailers

Poll Finds Majority of Americans Support Amazon Union Drive

A new poll of registered voters from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations and GBAO Strategies finds that 77% of Americans support the Amazon union drive in Bessemer, Ala.

Supermarkets are giving back much of the extra spending power their shutdown peers in the restaurant loaned them during COVID, but both channels could come back stronger than they went in, a Barclays report says.

The February slowdown in online spend was significant but complicated, says Brick Meets Click’s David Bishop, who argues what retailers need to do now is adjust to swirling winds.

Higher prices and increased marketing funds are on the way this year while retailers brace for slower sales, and tighter assortments, an Advantage Sales survey shows

Food retailers have "no option" but to slash costs and develop an operating model for the new normal, McKinsey's Sajal Kohli said in a rapid-fire closing keynote of FMI's annual Midwinter Executive Conference.

As the pandemic propels their annual online forecast, FMI and Nielsen highlight an opportunity behind technology advances, improved omnichannel merchandising and consumer segmentation.

Brands such as Acme and Stater Bros. are seeing outsized gains in store traffic, while longer trips suggest larger baskets, a Placer study shows.

The digital retailer delivered on speed, price and quality, overtaking H-E-B and Trader Joe's, the annual survey showed.

Citing widened pricing gaps and coming comps pressures, a new report from Barclays contends COVID gains could be “slippery” for conventional supermarkets and their wholesalers.

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