Category: Blog

Category: Blog

Amazon Prime Day/Whole Foods
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Amazon, Whole Foods sweeten the Prime Day deal Prime members shopping at the chain get $10 credit for Amazon.com Russell Redman 1 | Jul 10, 2018 Amazon is giving Prime members more reason to shop at Whole Foods Market over the next week. The e-tail giant said Tuesday that it’s offering Prime customers $10 to spend on
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Ocado Robot Wars
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Ocado: robot wars Online grocer’s global ambitions require special attention The Singularity in grocery shopping is edging closer. Ocado’s robotic warehouses have transformed the British online grocer’s fortunes, humiliating short sellers in the process. Hints that it might find new customers for its technology were enough to quell concerns about a profit dip on Tuesday.
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Kombucha
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Interest Brewing In Kombucha As Healthy Beer, Soda Alternative MergermarketContributori Jul 9, 2018, 12:44pm 1,412 views #GettingBuzz Brew Dr. KombuchaBREW DR. KOMBUCHA By Dayna Fields Boasting a variety of brands and flavors, kombucha—the probiotic-rich “brew” made by fermenting sweet tea—is likely to soon rival craft beer and, eventually, the slumping soda category. Offered with alcohol or as a
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Jet.com to NYC
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

BRIEF Jet to open Bronx fulfillment center for NYC push AUTHOR Daphne Howland@daphnehowland PUBLISHED July 10, 2018 SHARE IT Dive Brief: Walmart-owned Jet.com is opening a fulfillment center in the Bronx New York City borough this fall, which the company said in a press release will facilitate deliveries in the New York City area. The
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Kroger Payments
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

UPDATED: KROGER DROPS 90-DAY PAYMENTS FOR PRODUCE Chris Koger July 9, 2018 06:42 PM The Kroger Co. says it will not enforce a new policy extending payments to 90 days for all suppliers, sparing produce companies who are covered by the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act. ( Kroger Co. logo ) (UPDATED, 9 p.m.) The Kroger Co.
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Hydroponics
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Bright Farms takes local produce model nationwide with hydroponics By Mary Ellen Shoup 09-Jul-2018 – : Local food, hydroponics It wasn’t too long ago when locally-grown produce evoked images of backyard gardens or roadside produce stands many miles outside of city limits. Now, the local produce movement has morphed into an urban-centered industry 8 BrightFarms
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Personalized Foods
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Healthy Personalized Foods Might Be Right Around the Corner The Lempert Report: 3D printing could create ingredients that conform to users’ needs or preferencesBy Phil Lempert on Jul. 09, 2018We’ve been touting 3D printing for food opportunities here at The Lempert Report ever since I witnessed and tasted Oreos being 3D printed at SxSW (South by Southwest) five years
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Out of Stocks
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Inventory Management: Out of Time for Out-of-Stocks Retailers rethinking approach to inventory management to satisfy consumers’ expectationsBy Natalie Taylor on Jul. 09, 2018 Photo courtesy of Adobe Stock, Amazon and iStockIn today’s volatile retail climate, grocers are burdened with seemingly endless challenges of adapting to the evolving needs and expectations of the consumer. From e-commerce and meal
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Private Label Grows
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Private Label Increases Market Share across Europe   By CPGmatters Staff     Retailer brands keep gaining popularity across Europe. The latest Nielsen data shows that market share for private label increased last year in 12 of 19 countries. It now stands at 30% or more in 17 countries.   Private label reached an all-time
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Retailers may not survive
July 10, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Shopping struggles: These 11 retailers may not survive 2018 Motley Fool Staff, The Motley FoolPublished 2:20 a.m. ET July 10, 2018 | Updated 11:22 a.m. ET July 10, 2018 As traditional retail continues to die, some malls are changing with the times by bringing in fitness-focused business. USA TODAY The retail apocalypse isn’t over yet. (Photo: Getty
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