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  • / Technology

    Grocer Harris Teeter adds the Endless Aisle service to its web site

    Harris Teeter, which operates 142 supermarkets in the Southeast, is adding Nexpansion’s Endless Aisle to its web site for hard-to-find grocery and general merchandise items.

    Posted 09/04/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Harris Teeter, which operates 142 supermarkets in the Southeast, is adding Nexpansion’s Endless Aisle to its web site for hard-to-find grocery and general merchandise items.

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  • MexGrocer takes the specialization route to the online grocery business

    The latest thinking about achieving success on the web is to specialize. MexGrocer.com, which launched today, is implementing that strategy. MexGrocer.com is a bilingual Spanish and English national online grocery store specializing in traditional, non-perishable Mexican specialty foods. "MexGrocer.com is designed to cater to the 34 million Hispanics in the U.S. and the ever-increasing number of non-Hispanics that crave and enjoy authentic...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    The latest thinking about achieving success on the web is to specialize. MexGrocer.com, which launched today, is implementing that strategy. MexGrocer.com is a bilingual Spanish and English national online grocery store specializing in traditional, non-perishable Mexican specialty foods. "MexGrocer.…
  • / Marketing

    Peapod fine-tunes merchandising to boost basket size from $100 to $145

    A new interface helps increase average order size this year, while improving self-service functionality on the site cuts calls to customer service by a third. With little local competition so far, the online grocery keeps an eye on the future.

    Posted 11/11/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    A new interface helps increase average order size this year, while improving self-service functionality on the site cuts calls to customer service by a third. With little local competition so far, the online grocery keeps an eye on the future.

    Related Content:Basket Size

  • / Technology

    Brick-and-mortar grocers could be growth behind online grocery sales

    By 2006, 14.1 million households will spend $23.5 billion online with grocers that automate replenishment and make free deliveries, Forrester predicts.

    Posted 10/02/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    By 2006, 14.1 million households will spend $23.5 billion online with grocers that automate replenishment and make free deliveries, Forrester predicts.
  • Web grocer adds perishable items to its online shelves

    NetGrocer.com will ship refrigerated and frozen items to consumers east of the Mississippi. The online grocer is working with a provider of insulated shipping bags on a deal that could extend the service nationwide.

    Posted 06/26/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    NetGrocer.com will ship refrigerated and frozen items to consumers east of the Mississippi. The online grocer is working with a provider of insulated shipping bags on a deal that could extend the service nationwide.
  • / E-Retailers

    Meijer rolls out online ordering of groceries by the case

    The Midwest retail chain has launched “Grocery by the Case,” a service that offers free shipping on bulk orders of $150 or more. Earlier this year, Meijer introduced an order online/store pick-up service and a web-based meal-planning widget.

    Posted 10/07/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    The Midwest retail chain has launched “Grocery by the Case,” a service that offers free shipping on bulk orders of $150 or more. Earlier this year, Meijer introduced an order online/store pick-up service and a web-based meal-planning widget.
  • Specialty grocers thrive on the Net

    MexGrocer.com takes a conservative approach to staffing and marketing in its bid to be one of the supermarket dot-com survivors.

    Posted 09/10/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    MexGrocer.com takes a conservative approach to staffing and marketing in its bid to be one of the supermarket dot-com survivors.
  • / E-Retailers

    The Goods On Grocery

    International food giant Royal Ahold's rescue late last week of Web grocery service Peapod is likely the first of many moves by brick-and-mortar grocers online, grocery experts told executives attending eRetailing World in San Jose, Calif. "It blows my mind that a [brick-and-mortar store] wouldn't want to be there," says Ted Gladson, president of Gladson Interactive Services, Lisle, Ill. "It's defensive as well as progressive. It's low-cost and...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    International food giant Royal Ahold's rescue late last week of Web grocery service Peapod is likely the first of many moves by brick-and-mortar grocers online, grocery experts told executives attending eRetailing World in San Jose, Calif. "It blows my mind that a [brick-and-mortar store] wouldn't…
  • / Technology

    How the web helps grocers stock fresher produce and cut inventory shrink

    Even a few degrees above or below optimum transport temperature cuts the shelf life of perishable produce. To improve cold chain management, web-based systems such as Sensitech’s pinpoint the time and location of breakdowns in transport.

    Posted 01/10/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Even a few degrees above or below optimum transport temperature cuts the shelf life of perishable produce. To improve cold chain management, web-based systems such as Sensitech’s pinpoint the time and location of breakdowns in transport.
  • Peachtree hungry for eGrocer.com

    Peachtree Network Inc., Montreal-based online grocer, will acquire the assets of eGrocer.com from Fulgent Technologies for common shares in Peachtree Network. San Jose-based eGrocer.com provides online grocery services to bricks-and-mortar grocers. This purchase adds grocers in California, Oregon, Washington, Minnesota, and North Dakota to the Peachtree Network. To date, Peachtree Network has agreements with grocers in New Jersey, Louisiana,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Peachtree Network Inc., Montreal-based online grocer, will acquire the assets of eGrocer.com from Fulgent Technologies for common shares in Peachtree Network. San Jose-based eGrocer.com provides online grocery services to bricks-and-mortar grocers. This purchase adds grocers in California, Oregon,…

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