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Natalie Tatum

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

Andrew Hoeft

It’s no secret that the grocery industry experienced different challenges than most other industries during the height of the Coronavirus pandemic. While the industry saw record-breaking sales, it also gained new insights to retailer preference as shoppers changed their usual

Natalie Tatum

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

Andrew Hoeft

Micro-Experiences were on track to be the hottest trend in retail in 2020 before the coronavirus put a halt to any and all retail operations. The small-scale in-store activations were simple yet effective; they aimed to take a regular customer

Natalie Tatum

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

Andrew Hoeft

Amidst Coronavirus “panic-buying” and newly prioritized shopping lists, grocers have found themselves in an interesting situation; their shelves have been emptied of expired stock. With items continuing to fly off the shelves and once slow movers becoming top sellers, grocers