Tech round-up: Giant Co.’s electric delivery vans, Instacart Scan & Pay and more

Grocers are rolling out lots of technological advances this week as they look to boost operational efficiency, make shopping more convenient and affordable, help the environment and more.


DoorDash, Roku partner on food ordering via TV

TV watchers can order from thousands of grocery stores, restaurants and other retailers through the interactive ads. Roku users can also get six months of free DashPass.

Pact could open the doors for the e-tailer to win more technology and services business.

Shopic’s Shop-E technology offers the regional grocer a frictionless checkout solution following the discontinuation of the Wegmans SCAN app.

LadderUp will focus on small businesses owned by LGBTQ+ people and people of color in five cities, offering e-commerce strategy and $5,000 in funding.

The deal aims to help retailers provide new cashierless services to customers and solve labor challenges.

Catalina Reach Extender solution to ferry 84.51° personalized online promotions to printers in the checkout lane.

The digital expansion, which includes new filters for dairy-free, diabetes-friendly and low-sugar products, is part of ShopRite’s Well Everyday health and wellness program.

The same-day delivery provider said some grocers are shifting to fulfilling their own pickup orders, and that it is providing laid-off shoppers with transition assistance and separation packages.

Tech partners Google and Deloitte enable new capabilities at the store level via data analytics, AI and machine learning.

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