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The surge in online orders spurs demand for on-the-fly fulfillment centers.
New store expected to open in spring 2021 after the successful launch of EatWell in the city.
Long Island continues to see influence of price players in grocery as a Farmingdale, N.Y., Walmart expands, and Aldi builds in North Babylon.
The $25 million, 114,000-square-foot unit in Embry Village doubles the size of its predecessor and embraces the diverse makeup of its community.
As COVID restrictions ease, retailers need to look to store resets with reduced liability and increased safety in mind, the authors say.
The retailer expects the projects—including a store-within-a-store offering a variety of organic and natural products at two of the stores—to be completed this fall.
The Lempert Report: Boarded-up supermarkets due to recent looting and protests raises questions about how long it will take to rebuild and, ultimately, the availability of food.
The Lempert Report: Expect upgrades and innovation in the months and years to come.
The 25,089-square-foot location is the seventh for the specialty, natural and organic retailer.
The Lempert Report: Food prices will likely increase, and significant investments will be made in meat packing plants and transportation.
Class Has Contributed Greatly to Success of Grocery Fresh Departments
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