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Jon Springer

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Jon Springer is executive editor of Winsight Grocery Business with responsibility for leading its digital news team. Jon has more than 20 years of experience covering consumer business and retail in New York, including more than 14 years at the Retail/Financial desk at Supermarket News. His previous experience includes covering consumer markets for KPMG’s Insiders; the U.S. beverage industry for Beverage Spectrum; and he was a Senior Editor covering commercial real estate and retail for the International Council of Shopping Centers. Jon began his career as a sports reporter and features editor for the Cecil Whig, a daily newspaper in Elkton, Md. Jon is also the author of two books on baseball. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English-Journalism from the University of Delaware. He lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. with his family.

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Industry Partners

Shoppers Click-and-Pick to Record Grocery Tally

Pickup becomes a “dominant” modality as ship-to-home slips and sales reach $9.3 billion in March, Brick Meets Click/Mercatus survey indicates.

Technology

Getting to Know You: Personalization Comes of Age

The blessing of new customers and digital growth has lit the fuse for personalization—a powerful and profitable path to differentiation.

Officials in a press event said the long-awaited opening of robotic fulfillment centers will usher in a new era of quality and reliability in grocery e-commerce—and deliver the retailer to new places, too.

Now testing in Estonia, the 701 is an adaptable electric delivery vehicle piloted by an off-site operator.

The rate of grocery inflation slowed again in March, and is more pronounced in some locales where restaurant dining restrictions have eased.

From the quick-twitch viewpoint of the contract-based delivery driver, not all gigs—nor retailers—are created equal.

Lee Delaney, who was instrumental in the wholesale club's new momentum, died of presumed natural causes April 8.

SoftBank leads investment in software that leverages computer vision data into solutions for CPGs, retailers and shoppers.

Eight months after closing Best Market, the hard discounter reopens to a dense and diverse crowd in Astoria, its first unit in Queens.

The wholesaler’s Community Marketplace gives customers a wider variety of specialty and local items and a new proving ground for emerging brands and categories.

The $2.8 billion investment, which comes as U.S. grocery retailers embrace microfulfillment centers, values the automated warehouse company at $7.7 billion.

Food retail veteran to lead continued IT evolution to support Ahold Delhaize USA omnichannel ambitions.

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