Store design


What Will the Post-Pandemic Store Look Like?

From "decompression zones" to more natural light, architect David Katz shares his insights on how the pandemic may alter the look, feel and function of grocery stores.


Weis Markets Begins ‘Complete Makeover’ of 3 Stores in Frederick, Md.

The retailer expects the projects—including a store-within-a-store offering a variety of organic and natural products at two of the stores—to be completed this fall.

Although the pandemic has put the kibosh on experiential food retailing, WGB’s signature monthly Grocertopia feature serves as a visual reminder of excellence in merchandising, engagement and retail theater.

COVID-accelerated consumer changes and a pivot in focus toward smaller and more productive stores aimed at health-driven and discovery-minded shoppers points to a profitable future, CEO Jack Sinclair said.

Experts from StoreMasters share observations and advice to help retailers navigate and plan for the next generation of complexities in a reordered grocery world.

To help customers keep to social distancing practices, retailers are converting aisles to one direction.

The Lempert Report: Can density of grocery stores, reduced shopping times and more frequent trips reduce waste?

The hybrid convenience pilot, introduced three years ago, provided "learnings" for other stores.

An 80,000-square-foot superstore brings culturally diverse foods and a vibrant design to a neighborhood in need.

The 41,000-square-foot location is the chain’s first small-format store in metro Detroit.

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