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Beyond Meat is introducing pre-packaged meatballs at stores across America

Beyond Meat is introducing pre-packaged meatballs at stores across America Indulging in American food companies’ favorite pastime of marketing innovations that no one needs but potentially everyone wants, Beyond Meat is launching Beyond Meatballs in grocery stores nationwide this week. The new product can be put on top of spaghetti, all covered […]

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That Whole Foods is an Amazon warehouse; get used to it

That Whole Foods is an Amazon warehouse; get used to it Earlier this week, in Brooklyn, near the waterfront, Amazon opened what looks from the outside like a typical Whole Foods store. It isn’t open to the public, however; it’s a new fulfillment center. “Grocery delivery continues to be one of the […]

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From farm to phone: A paradigm shift in grocery

From farm to phone: A paradigm shift in grocery Sunny Dhillon Contributor Share on Twitter Sunny Dhillon is an early-stage investor at Signia Ventures in San Francisco where he invests in retail tech, e-commerce infrastructure and logistics, alongside consumer and enterprise software startups. More posts by this contributor An optimistic view of […]

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Workers prepare to strike May 1, amid strained pandemic working conditions

Workers prepare to strike May 1, amid strained pandemic working conditions The global pandemic has tested the bounds of businesses across the world and transformed the way many of us live our lives. For those among us who are unable to leave our homes at all as COVID-19 virus rages, online retail […]

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Amazon puts new online grocery shoppers on a waitlist

Amazon puts new online grocery shoppers on a waitlist Amazon is putting new online grocery customers on a waitlist due to rising demand for its grocery pickup and delivery services amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The retailer on Monday announced it will ask new Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market delivery and pickup […]

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Amazon warehouse workers are walking out and Whole Foods workers are striking

Amazon warehouse workers are walking out and Whole Foods workers are striking Amazon, the e-commerce giant that has fared well financially amid the COVID-19 pandemic, is facing a bevy of worker strikes. Today, warehouse workers on Staten Island in New York walked off the job in protest of Amazon’s treatment amid the […]

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Amazon to open its first non-Whole Foods grocery store in 2020

Amazon to open its first non-Whole Foods grocery store in 2020 Amazon is opening its first non-Whole Foods grocery store in the L.A. neighborhood of Woodland Hills, the retailer today confirmed. The news of the new store was first reported by CNET, which spotted several job postings referencing the location including those […]

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Vegetarian frozen food brand Strong Roots looks to expand in the U.S. with $18.3 million funding

Vegetarian frozen food brand Strong Roots looks to expand in the U.S. with .3 million funding The U.K.-based vegetarian frozen food company Strong Roots has picked up $18.3 million in funding from the private equity firm, Goode Partners, as it looks to expand its U.S. presence and build out its technological capabilities. […]

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Walmart tops U.S. online grocery market, with 62% more customers than next nearest rival

Walmart tops U.S. online grocery market, with 62% more customers than next nearest rival Walmart is dominating the U.S. online grocery market, according to new research out this week from the analysts at Second Measure. The nationwide retailer today offers grocery pickup and delivery in nearly every U.S. state, and had 62% […]

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Amazon again slashes Whole Foods prices, doubles Prime member weekly deals

Amazon again slashes Whole Foods prices, doubles Prime member weekly deals Amazon-owned Whole Foods announced a third round of price cuts this morning that will see the grocer discounting hundreds of items, offering an average savings of 20 percent. Produce is an area of specific focus in this wave of price cuts, […]

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