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Online Grocery Sales Slid 8% Year Over Year in January

Pickup increased its lead over delivery and ship-to-home as both total online grocery sales and the share of online sales as a percentage of grocery spend slipped.

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How the Power of Data Helps Streamline Grocery Operations

Maintaining a high level of operational efficiency is the goal of all grocery operations managers, but this objective can be very difficult to achieve. In the majority of cases, the problem can be tra...

Curation-centered concept—think higher-end snacks and supplies—will offer speedy delivery via Uber Eats in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City.

Touting itself as the country's first Black-owned autonomous grocery store, the retailer looks to cultivate a new way of shopping—and has big plans for growth.

Since the pandemic’s inception, the grocery store has reflected changes happening at a broader level; surges in COVID-19 cases spur bulk-buying, financial struggles drive shoppers to seek deals and la...

In partnership with Brain Corp. and Tennant Co., the warehouse club is adding an inventory scan feature to its fleet of robotic scrubbers chainwide.

The retailer's in-development voice- and text-based ordering service invites customers to shop as fast as they text.

Instant-delivery specialists are rolling out private labels, adding new markets and introducing key hires as they look to outmuscle one another in a burgeoning market.

The Instacart Mastercard, issued by Chase and expected to launch this year, will offer boosted points on purchases made through the Instacart Marketplace and other yet-to-be-announced benefits.

The retailer wants to put more groceries in consumers' refrigerators, literally. Walmart says in-home delivery will be available to 30 million households by the end of the year.

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