The coronavirus pandemic is making curbside pickup much more valuable to customers and more beneficial to retailers, as many stores remain shut to try to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Austria is planning to become the first country in Europe to relax quarantine measures and ease its lockdown against the coronavirus pandemic. As deaths and infection rates fall, shops are due to reopen as early as next week in a bid to help kickstart its weakened economy.
Amazon isn’t necessarily the dominant player in the grocery category, nor the first platform consumers think about for their weekly online grocery run.
Love's is continuing to open new locations in order to help get customers back on the road quickly, especially professional drivers as they continue to deliver vital goods throughout the country.
Ocado has launched its first North American CFC just over the border in Vaughan, Ontario.
Princeton ice cream shop overhauls their business model to keep going.
The program connects Nextdoor members across the country with neighbors who are seeking or looking to provide shopping assistance.
CVS Health and UPS Flight Forward are stepping up their efforts to help seniors during the COVID-19 crisis., using initiatives like drone delivery