Omnichannel

Retailers

After Hits From Omicron and Supply-Chain Costs, Walmart Eyes a Brighter Year

The retailer saw higher-than-expected supply-chain and COVID costs in Q4, but mix management and advertising revenue are helping keep prices in check, executives say.

Retailers

Walmart Gains Share in Grocery Again as U.S. Comps Climb 5.6% in Q4

E-commerce growth in the U.S. slowed in the fourth fiscal quarter of 2022 as overall transactions for Walmart U.S. climbed 3.1% and basket size grew 2.4%.

Pickup increased its lead over delivery and ship-to-home as both total online grocery sales and the share of online sales as a percentage of grocery spend slipped.

A quarter of consumers say they're buying more groceries than they were before the pandemic—and consumer grocery spending is up significantly from two years ago—but inflation concerns may shift where they're shopping.

Prisuta brings more than two decades of industry experience, including at retailer Giant Eagle, to Peapod Digital Labs.

The price of Prime is going up, and consumers have more delivery options—for everything from groceries to streaming video content—than ever before. For grocers with lower-priced membership programs, could it be a moment of opportunity?

The fulfillment center in Forest Park, Ga., is equipped to fulfill thousands of orders per day.

The Carlisle, Pa.-based retailer is bolstering its omnichannel offerings for Giant and Martin's customer.

Peapod Digital Labs will host four quarterly virtual events throughout the year allowing merchants to meet with potential new suppliers.

In 2022, the ADUSA Supply Chain network will surpass the mid-point of its transformation to an integrated self-distribution model for the future.

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