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Strategies and insights on supply chainlogistics, workforce, and more.

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Operations

The Price of Emotional Connection for Grocery Stores

Traditional grocers may take for granted that they have an advantage over non-traditional channels in the strength of their emotional connection with shoppers, but that doesn’t appear to be the case at all.

Operations

4 Things Every Food and Beverage Marketer is Thinking

From center store frozen dinner entrees, to perimeter produce, there are patterns emerging that provide insight into the evolving marketing and commerce landscape.

The Lempert Report: More than 120 companies received an A grade for their efforts.

The move is a part of the retailer’s efforts to decrease its carbon emissions and run a cleaner transportation program.

Properly integrated, the right warehouse and inventory management systems can help drive down out-of-stocks.

Retailer "listened" to its critics and adds pressure to escalating industry wages.

Taming the “messy supply chain” can help operators get the ingredients they want when they want them.

Grocers best positioned to succeed have long prioritized the “employee experience,” not only to retain their workforce, but more importantly, their edge in the marketplace.

Stores face heavy stocking, shopping and sudden closures as the hurricane approaches.

Near historic levels of unemployment, a new premium on the importance of service and a whole lot of other issues are driving retailers to reassess how they’re approaching their workforce.