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Interested in the future of food but missed the recent webinar, “Foodshift: Winning the Share of Stomach Battle?” Never fear, a transcript is now available.

Amazon will split its second headquarters between two cities, with each housing 25,000 workers, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

Deliv, a startup that provides same-day deliveries for Walmart Inc.

Kroger is expected to soon order the first three highly automated warehouses called for under its deal with British grocer Ocado. According to Reuters, Kroger is expected to order the first three of 20 high-tech warehouses from online grocer Ocado by the end of the year under the terms

Target is looking to one-up Amazon and Walmart when it comes to order fulfillment this holiday season.

Fetch Robotics has announced that Tim Kimmet, former vice president of cloud computing platform at Walmart, has joined the company as vice president of engineering.

When it comes to pricing, promotion and markdown optimization, nobody does it better than these three retailers.

Walmart is breaking ground on a project that has implications for all of the food retail industry.

The next phase of Raley's personalization-focused strategy is a new website.

Ride-sharing company Uber's restaurant delivery business is doing so much business that the company's CEO says grocery delivery is next. According to Yahoo Finance, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said given the success in the delivery of food, the next logical step is to enter the grocery space.

Walmart is teaming up with PayPal in a blockbuster move that will allow shoppers to withdraw and deposit PayPal funds at Walmart stores. 

Research shows that mapping emotional cues to customer experience is the key to competitive advantage and growth.

The largest meal kit company in the U.S. is taking a stand on packaging waste by committing to use a new recyclable shipping solution.

Nielsen pinpoints the rapid growth for online consumer purchases and opportunities for growth in today’s ‘brave new world’ of retail, starting with groceries.

Last mile delivery company Postmates is now worth about $1.2 billion after raising another $300 million in a financing round led by Tiger Global Management.

Retailers of food and consumables looking to up their in-store game will find inspiration from an unlikely source in Seattle. Not talking about Amazon, Costco, or even Nordstrom, but AT&T, who plans to open a first-of-its-kind ‘lounge.’

Instacart is planning to significantly expand its presence in Canada with a new tech hub in Toronto.

Walmart is testing an Amazon Flex-style grocery delivery service.

7-Eleven enhances its consumer payment options by adding a new purchase efficient option.

The launch of a YouTube, Instagram program may be the new solution for retailers looking to engage shoppers digitally.

A new Adobe study reveals just how widespread the usage of smart speakers is for shopping.

Fresh Thyme is launching a new customer experience program with a new partnership.

Retailers who sell food online should be aware that online grocery shoppers are increasingly using apps.

The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) launches a month long initiative to showcase news, initiatives and research focused on the future of retail and shopping experience.

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