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  • Safeway goes grocery shopping

    Safeway is purchasing the remaining shares of GroceryWorks and making the e-commerce unit a wholly owned subsidiary. However, it isn’t giving up many details about the timing of the transaction and what future plans it has in mind for the online grocer.

    Posted 10/04/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Safeway is purchasing the remaining shares of GroceryWorks and making the e-commerce unit a wholly owned subsidiary. However, it isn’t giving up many details about the timing of the transaction and what future plans it has in mind for the online grocer.

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    Safeway.com grows by nearly 33% in 2007

    Safeway.com reports web sales of $163 million for 2007, a 32.5% increase compared with $123 million in 2006.

    Posted 02/27/2008Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Safeway.com reports web sales of $163 million for 2007, a 32.5% increase compared with $123 million in 2006.

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  • / Technology

    Safeway connects mobile phone and grocery card for digital coupons

    Cellfire has expanded its national digital grocery coupon program, adding Safeway, one of the largest grocers in the country. Cellfire digital grocery coupons are available via mobile phone or computer, and redeemable at 1,500 Safeway stores and online.

    Posted 07/10/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Cellfire has expanded its national digital grocery coupon program, adding Safeway, one of the largest grocers in the country. Cellfire digital grocery coupons are available via mobile phone or computer, and redeemable at 1,500 Safeway stores and online.

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  • / Technology

    Online grocery showing fortified strength, study says

    Not only is online grocery doing far better than expected after the fall of such once high-flying players as Webvan and HomeGrocer, but it has shown a 40% growth rate since 2000 while overall grocery sales have remained flat.

    Posted 07/02/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Not only is online grocery doing far better than expected after the fall of such once high-flying players as Webvan and HomeGrocer, but it has shown a 40% growth rate since 2000 while overall grocery sales have remained flat.

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  • SuperValu outsources web shopping to MyWebGrocer.com

    SuperValu Inc. has chosen MyWebGrocer.com to provide online grocery shopping on behalf of SuperValu's independent retailers in the Midwest, Central and Southeast regions. A number of SuperValue will launch the online service this winter, with ramped up participation among stores throughout the country over the course of the next year. Through the MyWebGrocer.com service, consumers will enter their supermarket's web site, choose groceries from the...

    Posted 01/30/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    SuperValu Inc. has chosen MyWebGrocer.com to provide online grocery shopping on behalf of SuperValu's independent retailers in the Midwest, Central and Southeast regions. A number of SuperValue will launch the online service this winter, with ramped up participation among stores throughout the…
  • Safeway begins marketing push of its online shopping

    Safeway last week started a marketing push of its online grocery business in San Francisco, promoting convenience.

    Posted 02/27/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Safeway last week started a marketing push of its online grocery business in San Francisco, promoting convenience.
  • / Technology

    WorldWide Retail Exchange membership grows to 41

    The WorldWide Retail Exchange today announced the addition four new members: Bangkok-based Makro Asia; and U.S. retailers Meijer Inc.; Wegmans Food Markets Inc.; and Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. The additions bring the group's membership to 41 with combined sales of nearly $600 billion. The WorldWide Retail Exchange is business-to-business exchange designed to facilitate and simplify trading between retailers and more than 100,000 suppliers, partners...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    The WorldWide Retail Exchange today announced the addition four new members: Bangkok-based Makro Asia; and U.S. retailers Meijer Inc.; Wegmans Food Markets Inc.; and Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. The additions bring the group's membership to 41 with combined sales of nearly $600 billion. The WorldWide…
  • Albertson’s expands online grocery shopping to San Diego

    Building on a successful two–year test in Seattle, Albertson’s Inc. is expanding its Albertsons.com online grocery service to San Diego. The service offers home delivery or pick-up at any of 38 stores in San Diego.

    Posted 10/23/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Building on a successful two–year test in Seattle, Albertson’s Inc. is expanding its Albertsons.com online grocery service to San Diego. The service offers home delivery or pick-up at any of 38 stores in San Diego.
  • Safeway beefs up its web presence with a new premium meats site

    To attract shoppers and differentiate RanchersReserve.com from other online food shopping destinations, the site will offer a 100% money back guarantee on meat purchases and price all items under $100, says Safeway.com CEO Mitch Rhodes.

    Posted 11/16/2005Mark BrohanPost a comment

    To attract shoppers and differentiate RanchersReserve.com from other online food shopping destinations, the site will offer a 100% money back guarantee on meat purchases and price all items under $100, says Safeway.com CEO Mitch Rhodes.

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    Albertson’s names Bob Dunst to head technology and supply chain

    Albertson’s Inc. today announced that Bob Dunst, executive vice president and chief technology officer, has assumed responsibility for the company’s supply chain organization.

    Posted 05/09/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Albertson’s Inc. today announced that Bob Dunst, executive vice president and chief technology officer, has assumed responsibility for the company’s supply chain organization.

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