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How Walmart has become a leading example for grocers

Walmart has long been the cornerstone of American retail. Their 5,000 locations put them within 75% of the population and their democratically priced goods have made them a commonplace item in US households. In 1998, Walmart used their shopping destination ubiquity to quickly become the largest US grocer nearly overnight, where they now sell over 20% of all groceries nationwide.… Read more →

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Deliv to power grocery delivery for Walmart

We’re excited to announce that we’ll be powering same day grocery delivery for Walmart shoppers in the San Jose Area. This announcement follows our recent collaboration with Walmart and August that allows customers to have their goods safely dropped off just inside their front door or their groceries placed in their refrigerator. The San Jose delivery offering comes at a… Read more →

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Giant Eagle launches home delivery in Ohio

We’re excited to announce that Deliv will power grocery delivery for Giant Eagle. The grocer will be expanding their Curbside Express click-and-collect service in Central Ohio to offer home delivery with Deliv’s same day delivery service. Giant Eagle launched home delivery in Pittsburgh earlier this year and has offered Curbside Express in several markets since 2012. “We are filling thousands… Read more →

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Why Whole Foods’ avocado prices should be a warning sign to grocers

Amazon rang in their first official day as the owner of Whole Foods in dramatic fashion: price cuts. Whole Foods, the upscale grocery outlet acquired by Amazon in April, has always been known for their assortment of organic, independently sourced foods—and infamous for their steep prices. The chain of choice for affluent millennials has managed to offset the costs of… Read more →

Daphne Carmeli on Mashable: Amazon will use Whole Foods to eat the grocery industry

With last week’s news of Amazon acquiring supermarket chain, Whole Foods, for a reported $13.7 billion, the grocery industry has been shaken up even further. Deliv CEO, Daphne Carmeli, breaks down what that means for grocers, same day delivery and, most importantly, consumers. You can find “Amazon will use Whole Foods to eat the grocery industry” on Mashable now! Read more →