Timothy Inklebarger


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Timothy Inklebarger

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Order frequency takes Q1 hit at Marley Spoon

The meal kit service hopes to reverse the trend through merchandising efforts and ramping up loyalty programs.


Instacart to customers: We're ready to spill the beans on your shoppers

The delivery platform said it will now provide service metrics about the person picking and delivering the grocery order to foster a "better overall relationship" between workers and customers.

The retail giant made some major changes in its approach to pharmacy in 2022, purchasing primary care provider One Medical for $3.9 billion in July and shuttering its telehealth service, Amazon Care, in December.

It was a particularly rosy first quarter earnings call for the retail giant Thursday, including its brick-and-mortar stores. The company’s stock rallied, jumping 6%, on news that North American segment sales were up 11% year over year to $76.9 billion.

CEO Dominik Richter: Meal kit-delivery company remains "very excited about the growth prospects of our ready-to-eat business."

The marriage of viewership data from Roku and shopping data from Instacart will help show the success or failure of various marketing campaigns on the streaming service.

The e-commerce and delivery company, owned by Ahold Delhaize, operates primarily in the New York Metro market.

Amazon said the drivers who recently joined the union are not Amazon employees. Rather, they are employed by a delivery company that contracts with Amazon and was terminated for poor performance.

These are planned grocery stores from the retail giant that have been fully built and sitting empty in their respective communities for months, leaving locals to wonder what happens next.

The survey of U.S. adults also showed that remote and hybrid workers are also more likely to use apps for grocery shopping and meal planning.

The cuts will not result in store closures or any layoffs of employees not working at the corporate level, the Amazon-owned grocer said.

Trust remains at the heart of the relationship between grocers and shoppers, Lempert said Thursday during a webinar with research firm Brandspark International and Winsight Grocery Business.

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