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Target hires Prat Vemana as digital chief

Vemana, who comes to the company from Kaiser Permanente, will be charged with steering the retailer’s fast-growing digital business.

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Shoppers want more technology in stores

However, many stores aren’t keeping up with consumers’ tech demands. Walmart, Target and Kroger, though, earned top ratings from shoppers, according to new research from category growth design firm ChaseDesign.

Now underway in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, the partnership will soon roll out to hundreds of Gopuff locations across the country.

The Rachael Ray Home Chef meal kit will be available each month in more than 1,300 stores.

The food company, which is a retailer, wholesaler and distributor, sold the temperature-controlled production and distribution facilities to Provender Partners, which intends to lease them to other grocers.

The retailer is freezing corporate hiring for both its brick-and-mortar and online shops, according to The New York Times.

The grocery wholesaler opened a 125,000-square-foot refrigerated distribution center in Londonderry, New Hampshire, to expand its capability to deliver products across the Northeast.

The fresh foods distributor, with a footprint in the Midwest and Southeast, completed seven acquisitions during the time in which it was owned by Rotunda Capital Partners.

Gopuff first launched Charlotte's Web offerings this summer in select markets, but will now continue with nationwide expansion throughout 2022 and 2023.

The store is the Hispanic grocery chain's first in the San Gorgonio Pass area.

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