Appetite for Change

As Grocery Shopping Changes Fast, Project Teams Aim to Deliver What Customers Crave

The grocery industry is stocking up for the digital future. Large chains and tech startups alike are transforming the shopping experience by launching innovative projects to expand online capabilities and roll out next-gen in-store payment, checkout and delivery systems.
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