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We explore the three main discount models in North America, the key retailers to watch, and the opportunities for suppliers as this segment continues to grow in focus and importance.
Amazon has launched Delivery Service Partners, a new programme that allows entrepreneurs to start their own package delivery business under the Amazon brand.
We consider five themes shaping development and how the format could innovate in the future.
We review some of the latest in-store and digital initiatives at Walmart, including robots, associate apps and the launch of Jetblack.
As the key themes of this year’s Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit in Singapore, we look at how the food and grocery industry is focusing on consumers, using data and making a positive impact globally.
We look at the key trends shaping the food hall movement and highlight our pick of five to see in New York
In today’s era of accelerated change and unprecedented uncertainty, understanding how retailers globally are preparing for an omnichannel future is key. We review 10 areas we highlighted in our Store of the Future report and how best in class retailers have reacted these issues.
Coffee company illy has partnered with ecommerce “Relationship Commerce” provider OrderGroove to create a coffee subscription program that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to determine when customers need to re-order coffee.
Earth Fare, US based natural and organic grocery chain, has used Daisy Intelligence’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions to improve its promotional planning processes.
Outernets is a technology start-up based in New York. It is working with retailers to “transform” store windows into interactive, digital displays with the aim of capturing the attention of passing shoppers.
Amazon has announced that Prime members can now request in-car delivery through Amazon Key.
We look at how companies are optimising acquisitions and strategic partnerships for growth opportunities and to develop new capabilities.
In this report we explore Valentine's retail execution across different channels and countries, identifying common trends for 2018.
As Seattle becomes a key destination for an increasing number of food and grocery suppliers, we've identified 15 great stores to visit in the city. These include innovative concepts such as Amazon Go and Starbucks Roastery, and inspirational independent operators, including PCC Community Markets and Metropolitan Market.
We recently attended CES in Las Vegas to identify the leading technology trends and spot new innovations which could shape the future of grocery retailing.
With a number of disruptive influences shaping the North American market, we've identified five key trends to watch in the region in 2018.
Aipoly, a San Francisco based start-up has developed a system using cameras, image recognition technology and artificial intelligence to power a fully autonomous store.
Beauty brand Estée Lauder has partnered with Google to create a personalised in-home beauty experience for customers.
Augmented Reality hologram company VNTANA, and Satisfi Labs, an intelligent engagement platform, claim to have launched the first-ever artificial intelligence (AI) hologram concierge for the retail industry.
The AWM Smart Shelf is designed to replicate key benefits of the online experience into physical retail environments.

During 2018, we believed there were five trends that would become more prevalent within the global food and grocery industry, and we would see retailers introduce numerous initiatives to address these trends.

The five trends were:

  • Fulfilling stores – stores would act as online fulfilment centres and offer a more exciting and fulfilling shopping destination
  • Leading in lifestyle – retailers and manufacturers would focus on helping shoppers live healthier lifestyles
  • Premiumising private label – retailers would enhance their private label offering
  • Becoming hyperlocal – retailers would offer products tailored to the local tastes from local suppliers
  • Delivering the goods – last mile delivery solutions will become increasingly important

This report reviews our predictions based on developments we have seen in the market since the beginning of 2018.

Walmart is rolling out shelf scanning robots to 50 additional stores following a test of the technology at stores in Arkansas, California and Pennsylvania.
With several new concepts and launching this year, New York continues to be one of the leading global cities to see innovation in action. We’ve selected the top 10 grocery stores to visit in Manhattan, along with innovative farm-to-table food-to-go operators and some of the latest non-food flagship concepts.
The global grocery retail landscape is changing fast, with significant growth opportunities for your business. Better understand the largest markets and how we see them growing and evolving to 2022.
Amazon’s innovative new service enables unattended in-home delivery at no extra cost.