Save Mart teams up with Swiftly on retail media network

The grocer, which operates about 200 stores under the banners Save Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx in California and Western Nevada, said the partnership includes the launch of new “fully integrated” websites for the three chains.


Grocery stores still dominate Amazon in online shopping

The survey of 1,000 online food shoppers showed that on a scale of one to five, grocery stores earned a score of 4.4.

At its annual investor event, the retail giant forecast 65% of stores to be serviced via automation by the close of fiscal 2026.

Digital transformation, operational efficiency and productivity are main drivers, with increased automation likely to disrupt workforce, new Incisiv research finds.

A new report from Kroger-owned data company 84.51° offers a profile of "hybrid shoppers."

Stores still account for the lion’s share of purchases despite a rise in online-only shoppers. Meanwhile, brick-and-mortar grocers are snaring e-grocery share.

CEO Andy Jassy: “If you want to have a mass physical-store offering, you need a different offering. And that’s what we’ve been working on with Amazon Fresh.”

The new 23,000-square-foot warehouse, which does not require a membership, will be in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Houston-based Little Red Box tried to develop its own omnichannel solution but opted to partner with Grocerist to bring its first store online.

The Ahold Delhaize banner is looking to make holiday grocery shopping easier for shoppers in Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia.

  • Page 1