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Ahold Delhaize Pilots Frictionless Store Called Lunchbox

A test unit at Retail Business Services' headquarters in Quincy, Mass., allows shoppers to "scan in" and walk out.

Retailers

Save A Lot Officials Call New Format a 'Major Step Forward'

A focus on improved experiences for shoppers and a more efficient environment for workers come together in the North St. Louis store.

The well-loved supermarket welcomed fans and curious New Yorkers as its first store in the city opened.

With an innovative spin on convenience, the format demonstrates new possibilities for small urban stores.

A year since four stores were destroyed by Hurricane Michael, Winn-Dixie celebrates its return.

WGB highlights more innovation in merchandising, engagement and retail theater

The foodservice-forward store was built on the original site of the co-op's sixth store, which had previously closed.

The retailer's two-level downtown store includes its first food hall, which features local restaurant brands and its 1883 concept.

The regional retailer bills its first Lubbock store, set to open late next year, as a destination location emphasizing "hometown West Texas flair."

The retailer debuts a new store just outside the nation's capital in Owings Mills, Md., featuring expanded departments and unique local offerings.

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