Instacart added 300,000 workers in eight weeks, but Covid-19 is still overtaking it in more ways than one.
Big brands are losing the power to dictate how products are displayed at markets that now rely on their own data – Wall Street Journal.
Peapod, the grocery delivery pioneer, is ceasing operations in the Midwest, a move that will mean the loss of 500 jobs – Chicago Tribune.
Albertsons is rolling out Pinterest recipe integration where shoppers can scan special tags, the company announced at NRF’s Big Show.
Shoppable content on social media has laid the foundation for the next phase of product discovery, according to eMarketer.
Consumer packaged goods companies are trying to prevent grocery from becoming yet another online market dominated by a single player.
Postmates, DoorDash want to deliver your groceries, too. Food-delivery companies are adding supermarkets and convenience stores to their order queues.
Lay’s goes ‘Insta-worthy’ in packaging refresh to attract younger consumers.
Digital technologies are revolutionizing the way the online grocery market operates and online sales are forecast to grow 163% by 2023 across major markets.
According to eMarketer, digital sales at Walmart are rapidly growing and Walmart tops Amazon growth among five major CPG categories.
According to Forbes, online grocery shopping will go mainstream as soon as this year and two stocks will rake in billions.
Digital grocery sales are reaching a tipping point, an unavoidable fact given at the inaugural Groceryshop conference held this week.
Traditional grocery has been taking hits, not just from newer ecommerce options but also warehouse clubs and big box multichannel retailers.
Walmart.com will soon begin offering same-day delivery to some customers in New York City, and it has purchased a local startup to help it with the behind-the-scenes logistics.