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  • Which online grocery retailers really deliver?

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    Which online grocery retailers really deliver?

    FreshDirect earns top marks in a comparison of eight online grocers, outshining such big names as AmazonFresh, Google Shopping Express and Peapod in a study by Wells Fargo Securities and web design firm Fluid.

    Posted 04/15/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    FreshDirect earns top marks in a comparison of eight online grocers, outshining such big names as AmazonFresh, Google Shopping Express and Peapod in a study by Wells Fargo Securities and web design firm Fluid.

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  • Delivery cost holds back occasional online grocery shoppers, a study finds

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    Delivery cost holds back occasional online grocery shoppers, a study finds

    53% of online grocery shoppers say less expensive delivery would make them more likely to shop again, says a study by Etailing Solutions.

    Posted 03/14/2014Bill BriggsPost a comment

    53% of online grocery shoppers say less expensive delivery would make them more likely to shop again, says a study by Etailing Solutions.
  • Can Amazon sell groceries in the Big Apple?

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    Can Amazon sell groceries in the Big Apple?

    Amazon now delivers fresh foods same day to online customers in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle—all untapped by Peapod and FreshDirect. The three will compete directly if AmazonFresh launches out East.

    Posted 12/13/2013Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Amazon now delivers fresh foods same day to online customers in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle—all untapped by Peapod and FreshDirect. The three will compete directly if AmazonFresh launches out East.

    Related Content:Insider | Amazonfresh

  • Wal-Mart expands its online grocery test in Denver

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    Wal-Mart expands its online grocery test in Denver

    Consumers can now pick up their web orders at about a dozen Wal-Mart stores. They can still opt for home delivery of groceries, which the retailer has been offering in Denver since October.

    Posted 01/29/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Consumers can now pick up their web orders at about a dozen Wal-Mart stores. They can still opt for home delivery of groceries, which the retailer has been offering in Denver since October.

    Related Content:Walmart | Don Davis | Wal-mart

  • Amazon opens its pantry doors for ordering bulky items

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    Amazon opens its pantry doors for ordering bulky items

    Prime Pantry allows Amazon Prime members to pack and ship a box full of grocery items for a $5.99 shipping fee, plus the cost of the products selected. As a shopper adds an item, Amazon.com indicates how much room remains in the 4-cubic-foot box.

    Posted 04/24/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Prime Pantry allows Amazon Prime members to pack and ship a box full of grocery items for a $5.99 shipping fee, plus the cost of the products selected. As a shopper adds an item, Amazon.com indicates how much room remains in the 4-cubic-foot box.

    Related Content:Amazon | Amazon Prime

  • Room at the Table

    Room at the Table

    While the largest online retailers continue to dominate North American e-retailing, innovative newcomers and fast-movers in Internet Retailer's 2014 Top 500 Guide show there's still room aplenty to take part in the e-commerce feast.

    Posted 05/02/2014Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    While the largest online retailers continue to dominate North American e-retailing, innovative newcomers and fast-movers in Internet Retailer's 2014 Top 500 Guide show there's still room aplenty to take part in the e-commerce feast.

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  • Sainsbury’s rolls out major e-commerce upgrades

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    Sainsbury’s rolls out major e-commerce upgrades

    The U.K. grocery chain can now change personalized recommendations and offers immediately based on what the shopper places in her cart and notify shoppers when they are missing out on sales.

    Posted 07/02/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    The U.K. grocery chain can now change personalized recommendations and offers immediately based on what the shopper places in her cart and notify shoppers when they are missing out on sales.

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  • Amazon expands same-day delivery

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    Amazon expands same-day delivery

    The e-retailer adds San Francisco and Dallas, making 12 major markets where Amazon delivers the same day. Those represent 21% of the U.S. population, says logistics consultancy MWPVL. Amazon also extends the order deadline in Phoenix, but discontinues same-day delivery in Las Vegas.

    Posted 05/01/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    The e-retailer adds San Francisco and Dallas, making 12 major markets where Amazon delivers the same day. Those represent 21% of the U.S. population, says logistics consultancy MWPVL. Amazon also extends the order deadline in Phoenix, but discontinues same-day delivery in Las Vegas.
  • Top e-retailers will soon display a product’s price per unit

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    Top e-retailers will soon display a product’s price per unit

    In an initiative brokered by the New York Attorney General’s office, e-retailers including Costco, Wal-Mart and Walgreens will include unit pricing on product pages online. N.Y. law requires that large retailers include unit pricing.

    Posted 06/17/2014Allison EnrightPost a comment

    In an initiative brokered by the New York Attorney General’s office, e-retailers including Costco, Wal-Mart and Walgreens will include unit pricing on product pages online. N.Y. law requires that large retailers include unit pricing.
  • E-grocery games

    E-grocery games

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.

    Posted 06/02/2014Madeline C. AndrePost a comment

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.

    Related Content:Amazon | Marc Wulfraat | E-grocery Games

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