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Social-Distance Shopping Made Easy via Location Data

Social-Distance Shopping Made Easy via Location Data

Apps with this technology can deliver impactful customer experiences

Americans Are Rethinking Their Grocery Run

OnePoll study shows consumers frustrated by out-of-stocks and sanitation practices

Walmart's Open Call to Go Virtual

7th annual meetings for potential suppliers slated for October

2019 Category Captains

2019 Category Captain Awards: Shopper-Centricity or Bust!

14 solutions honored as Category Captains, 13 as Advisors

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7 Reasons Grocers Should Invest in Robotics Right Now

Navigating the so-called '6-foot economy' of social distancing

Full-page New York Times ad urges elected leaders to take action

Dollar General Supporting Racial Justice, Education

Makes a $5M pledge with the Dollar General Literacy Foundation

Food Retailers Can Earn Grants for Healthy Food Access

A Pennsylvania program reflects larger grocery and government efforts

VIDEO TOUR: AJ's Fine Foods Strengthens Community Ties

Long-awaited remodel in Phoenix, Ariz. takes a giant leap forward in freshness

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VIDEO TOUR: Giant Food's New Ground-Up Format Focuses on Fresh

New supermarket in suburban Baltimore designed to help shoppers go with the flow

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Freshop Announces SNAP Integration

Freshop announces full integration of SNAP in select stores across the U.S.

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New Technology Eases the Stress of Monitoring Food and Refrigeration Temperatures

Store operators are now faced with the same legal requirements and procedures for food safety followed by restaurants and other food-serving establishments

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