Month: May 2018

Month: May 2018

Bristol Farms
May 31, 2018 Uncategorised Richard Kochersperger

Food Hall Concept is a Winner for Bristol Farms By Jim Dudlicek – 05/30/2018 The Woodland Hills store team includes (from left) Luis Vasquez, manager of merchandising; Kristina Tessel, manager of service; Ali Dungarwalla, store director; Carina McLaughlin, marketing manager; and Jack Clayton, manager of perishables Delivering a “theater of food” experience is the goal of Southern
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Personalized Nutrition
May 31, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Personalized nutrition could improve consumers’ quality of life AUTHOR Caroline Macdonald PUBLISHED May 31, 2018 Dive Brief: Personalized nutrition could be an effective way to tackle health problems associated with an aging population, Ingredients Network reports. Research has found people are more likely to follow dietary guidelines if they are tailored to their own specific needs,
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Peapod
May 31, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Peapod Enhances Mobile App, Website for Blind, Visually Impaired Shoppers 05/31/2018 As grocers continue building omnichannel capabilities to make shopping easier for everyone anywhere at any time, Peapod has now made sure its digital platforms are fully accessible to blind consumers. The Chicago-based ecommerce grocer’s mobile app and website now comply with Americans With Disabilities Act regulations, in
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Walmart China
May 31, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Walmart’s New High-Tech Supermarket The Lempert Report: Retailer’s new small-format China store could challenge Aldi and AmazonBy Phil Lempert on May. 30, 2018 Walmart has opened its first small-sized, high-tech supermarket in Shenzhen, China, and it could be an Aldi and Amazon Go challenger. The store will stock more than 8,000 items, ranging from stir-fried clams to fresh fruit, 90%
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Ecoli Outbreak
May 31, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Effects of E.coli Outbreak in Lettuce Ripple Through U.S. Food-Supply Chain Tainted lettuce is off the market, officials say, but prices have dropped by more than half and some growers have left acres of romaine to rot Production of romaine lettuce has shifted to California farms, and growers there supplied retailers and restaurants seeking to
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Health Foods
May 30, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

In large quantities, health foods can do more harm than good Cara Rosenbloom, The Washington Post Published 9:09 am, Tuesday, May 29, 2018 IMAGE 1 OF 64 Foods that are nutritious for you can also revert to not being good for you — if you’re the type to overdo a good thing. Items such as brown rice or tuna can cause
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Online Sales
May 29, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Online sales still account for less than 10% of all retail sales   Prachi Bhardwaj   In the two decades since Amazon streamlined the e-commerce process, most retailers have followed suit with an online point of sale option, seeing no other way to compete. As a result, about 70% of Americans (230 million) will make
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Shrink
May 29, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

BRIEF Shrink cost retailers $100B last year AUTHOR Dan O’Shea PUBLISHED May 29, 2018 SHARE IT  POST  SHARE  TWEET Dive Brief: Loss of inventory due to shoplifting, employee theft or other errors collectively cost retailers almost $100 billion worldwide, or about 1.82% of global sales, last year, according to the Sensormatic Global Shrink Index from Tyco
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Home Delivery
May 29, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

How Home Delivery and Fresh Foods are Changing Refrigerated Transport April 17, 2018 • by Deborah Lockridge Morgan’s home grocery delivery body is designed for smaller delivery vehicles. Photo: Morgan Corp. The way Americans get their groceries is changing. According to Statistica, U.S. online grocery sales amounted to about $14.2 in 2017 and are expected to rise to nearly $30
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Canadian Grocery
May 29, 2018 Uncategorised Richard Kochersperger

Grocery industry is stable despite ‘a couple black eyes,’ expert says SIAL conference session delves into the industry’s hot topics By Kristin Laird  |  May 09, 2018 During a conference session at SIAL in Montreal last week, Sylvain Charlebois, dean of the faculty of management at Dalhousie University, sat down with Paul Uys, senior director
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