Natalie Tatum

How Imperfect Foods Doubled Demand During the COVID Pandemic

Since January of 2020, San Francisco-based Imperfect Foods has seen “more than a 40% growth” in its active user base, says VP of Merchandising Ed O’Malley. The food subscription service that currently serves 400,000 subscribers in 38 states says that its weekly order volumes have doubled, resulting in the company being on track to save…

Meat and Produce Sales Continue Double-Digit Growth

The coronavirus has impacted every industry in one way or another, some positively, and some negatively. The grocery industry has found themselves caught in the middle. While there have been challenges with changing the in-store landscape and experience, the grocery industry has seen record setting sales in many departments. It’s safe to assume that the…

The Meal Kit Industry’s COVID-19 Boom

The coronavirus pandemic has absolutely thrown a curveball at many different industries around the world. Everyone is adjusting to “the new normal” – a phenomenon that seemingly changes week to week. While restaurants have closed and grocery stores have mandated new in-store rules and regulations to keep shoppers safe, there is one industry that has…

Reinventing Grocery | Your Hero Associates

This week’s blog post is the last in a series taken from our webinar and eBook, Reinventing Grocery | The Timeline to the New Normal. To read the first, second, and third parts of the series in Reinventing Grocery: The Timeline to the New Normal, please click here and look for the posts titled “Reinventing…

Reinventing Grocery: The Pressure to Replenish

This week’s blog post is the second in a series taken from our webinar and eBook, Reinventing Grocery | The Timeline to the New Normal. To read the first and third parts of the series in Reinventing Grocery: The Timeline to the New Normal, please click here and look for the posts titled “Reinventing Grocery.”…

Reinventing Grocery: Cleanliness is Sales

This week’s blog post is the first in a series taken from our webinar and eBook, Reinventing Grocery | The Timeline to the New Normal. To read the second and third parts of the series in Reinventing Grocery: The Timeline to the New Normal, please click here and look for the posts titled “Reinventing Grocery.”…

CARES Act: What Grocers Need to Know

By now, all grocers should be aware of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act), the $2 trillion economic relief plan passed by the U.S. Senate this past March. While the $1,200 stimulus check is definitely the most popular feature, grocers are rejoicing at the correction of the “retail glitch.” Included in…

Three Grocers Giving Back Amidst Coronavirus

Grocers around the country have been caught in the middle of a unique predicament amidst the coronavirus pandemic; they’re experiencing record-shattering sales while also having to practically redesign their entire shopping experience. The tried and true motto of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” simply doesn’t apply anymore as grocers change their policies monthly, if…

Recap: Reinventing Grocery | The Timeline to the New Normal

This past Tuesday, April 28th, Date Check Pro and Agilence, Inc. teamed up to deliver the Webinar “Reinventing Grocery | The Timeline to the New Normal.” A recording of the webinar will be available to view and download tomorrow, with an eBook version coming within the next two weeks. Below is a recap of Reinventing…

How Stop Waste Together Gives Back in Times of Uncertainty

Did you know that $165 billion worth of food is wasted each year in the US, or that 40% of the food produced in the US goes uneaten? Food waste happens at home and various stages of the supply chain. Unfortunately, some of it also comes from food expiring on the shelves of grocery stores. …