Retail Foodservice

Retail Foodservice

Mollie Stone’s VP Talks Strategies for Selling the Holiday Deli Online

Two executives share their top tips for retail foodservice operators looking to prepare for and expand their digital prepared foods sales during the busiest times of year.


Walmart Gives Shoppers the (Salad)Works

The mega-retailer's recently inked deal with Saladworks parent company WOWorks and Ghost Kitchen Brands could lead to 1,000 of the fast casual Saladworks in Walmart locations by the end of 2022.

Bristol Farms’ newest concept, like its La Cumbre location in Santa Barbara, Calif., is “not just a grocery store,” says CEO Adam Caldecott.

Amid labor shortages and talent retention challenges, in-store delis remain under intense pressure to deliver a shopper experience that wows.

“Grocers need to be more like restaurants” in their approach to retail foodservice, Uncle Giuseppe's Catering Director Russell McVeigh says.

A Philadelphia ShopRite store introduces a meal solutions center with a host of fresh, on-trend foods and easy-to-prepare ingredients in a variety of grab-and-go formats.

Eight in 10 consumers are interested in these one-to-one experiences, an Advantage Customer Experience survey finds, with the opportunity to try before they buy remaining a powerful influencer on the decision to make a purchase.

Stop & Shop's Clifton, N.J., unit is the first in the state to receive renovations and assortment changes as part of a chainwide rebranding and modernization effort for Ahold Delhaize's largest U.S. brand.

A newly announced partnership with Kitchen United will bring up to six restaurant brands into select stores, beginning with a Los Angeles Ralphs location later this year.

FMI’s 2021 Power of Foodservice at Retail report reveals consumers desire for hybrid meal options, as well as the convenience of ordering through their phones or at a kiosk.

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