Timothy Inklebarger


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Save A Lot opens quietly in Chicago after protests over Whole Foods closure

Residents argued that Save A Lot stores do not carry healthy food and produce and its stores are often unclean.


Nearly two-thirds of marketers say retail media networks most effective in digital advertising

A strong majority (84%) of those surveyed said they anticipate increased adoption of retail media networks over the next 12 months, according to a new report from marketing firm LiveIntent.

A half dozen of the yet-to-open grocery stores are listed for sublease in the Twin Cities area, as well as a couple of locations in Detroit, according to local new reports, lending greater uncertainty to Amazon's plans for the banner.

The partnership will create “seamless, engaging and tailored online shopping experiences for their customers and improve the overall performance of their loyalty programs,” the company said.

The larger distribution facility will enable the Smart & Final parent to integrate the operations of five smaller distribution centers throughout Southern California, the company said.

DoorDash CEO Tony Xu credited the strong performance in the grocery and convenience categories to “improvements in product quality.”

Tech firm's BOLT model starts with an SaaS approach and eventually migrates retailers' online grocery platform to their own servers.

Uber Eats said the new ad capability will solidify the company as an e-commerce leader in the grocery and convenience retail sector.

Grocers at all levels are reinventing themselves with digital loyalty programs in an effort to retain customers and attract new ones.

The NCR Commerce Platform (NCP) maintains the ability to bring together disparate existing and future retail applications throughout the company’s various banners.

The beta release of new patent-pending technology from marketing partner Firework will let shoppers ask questions and get sophisticated, real-time answers in The Fresh Market’s in-video chat feature.

On average, more than half of U.S. households purchased groceries online in 2022, but only about a third of those consumers made their purchases through online grocers, the Brick Meets Click analysis found.

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