Most retailers have seen the power of online sales during the pandemic, but for those still new or uncomfortable with it, a technology investment can pay off quickly.
The online shopping industry is full of customized features, digital try-ons, and savvy algorithms that pop up customized ads and deals--except in grocery.
The back-and-forth of Amazon Prime grocery and Amazon Fresh contraction and expansion over the past three years has been a puzzler for me. Amazon is an e-commerce company. They bought a grocery store. Why was this not a better marriage?
What does that mean for impulse sales, particularly in fruit?
Over the next two weeks, Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market plans to expand grocery pickup to all of its 340 stores nationwide, starting with markets in Los Angeles and Central California.
Twenty million new households have started ordering groceries online. How's it working out for them?
Ocado, a technology company, was founded in 2000 and began trading on the London Stock Exchange in 2010. Its two main divisions are Ocado Retail Ltd. and Ocado Solutions.
Given what’s going on with consumers in-store, I’m not surprised that that online is experiencing hiccups as well.
But, is e-commerce in the U.S. ready for the surge? I have my doubts.
When it comes to fresh purchases online, Kris Park, from the Food Industry Management Program at …