With such massive digital transformations, what lies ahead has become one of the biggest questions plaguing the minds of the grocery industry in the recent past. Here are some of the trends that will shape the future of the online grocery industry in 2023.
Walmart will have 34 locations for its DroneUp delivery service, giving it the potential to serve 4 million households in the United States spread across six states: Arizona, Florida, Arkansas, Texas, Virginia, and Utah.
On-demand grocery delivery is now offered by Sprouts Farmers Market, one of the biggest and fastest-growing specialty retailers of fresh, natural, and organic food in the United States, on the DoorDash marketplace in several cities.
Customers may now purchase groceries for delivery from more than 1,100 Loblaw banner shops, including Loblaws®, Real Canadian Superstore®, Shoppers Drug Mart®, Provigo®, Atlantic Superstore®, and Maxi & Cie®, directly on the DoorDash Marketplace app.
Consumer data empowers grocers to both retain existing consumers and gain new ones. However, consumer data can also bring in its own set of challenges for grocers. In this article, we examine some of these challenges.
With more than 70 presentations, 200 speakers, and 250 vendor booths, planning your trip to GroceryShop 2022 can be a daunting affair. But fear not, Grocery Doppio has scoured the agenda for these 10 can’t-miss events.
Now that consumers have completely accepted online grocery shopping, brands have to up their game to meet consumer expectations and retain loyalty. This article brings to fore five major industry players that are leveraging customer data to enhance customer experience.
Headquartered in Goodlettsville, TN, Dollar General is one of the big supermarket players in the US, delivering goods to shoppers for more than 80 years now with annual revenue of $34.2 billion in 2021.