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Target debuts a super-sized new store design

The 150,000-square-foot store is about 20,000-square feet larger than average and features updated design elements that will be the focus of Target’s growth in the coming years. The new prototype offers greatly expanded backroom fulfillment space for digital orders.

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Hannaford Completes Remodels at 5 Stores

The Maine-based grocer added self-checkout kiosks, expanded pharmacies and more organic foods at its revamped locations.

The Minneapolis-based retailer said it tailors its stores to best serve the community—whether it’s a 30,000-square-foot location in Times Square or a 140,000-square-foot supercenter.

As Target completes the finishing touches on its net-zero energy store in Vista, Calif., Amazon is looking to become the first grocery store to receive net-zero carbon certification from the International Living Future Institute.

The retailer is emphasizing see-touch-try displays in redesigned and refreshed stores that invite customers to engage online while shopping in-store.

If stores can free up floor space by reducing inventories of items consumers are increasingly likely to buy online, what new experiences could they create?

The grocer's newly reopened and renovated 65,000-square-foot store marks its 19th Western New York location to receive an update.

A power outage is difficult for any supermarket to manage even under normal circumstances. However, for stores operating equipment running on next-generation, low-GWP fluorinated refrigerants, the system comes back on as soon as the lights do.

While customer experience might not be as straightforward as crunching numbers on pricing and promotions, simple solutions can quickly upgrade the in-store experience.

Aldi Corner Store, which opened this week in North Sydney, demonstrates new possibilities for the hard-discount concept while highlighting a commitment to technology and sustainability.

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