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Grocery Delivery Consultants™ Releases "State Of Industry" Report

Grocery stores are facing fierce competition with the likes of Google® and Amazon® and others who have set sail in this sea change to transform and capture market share in the grocery and grocery delivery business.


Sarasota, FL – WEBWIRE

"The "self service" grocery store business model was launched by inventor and entrepreneur Clarence Saunders who started Piggy Wiggly Grocery Stores in Memphis, Tennessee in 1916. One hundred years later, the grocery store business is undergoing an amazing sea change that will change the grocery business forever", according to a "State of The Industry" report from Grocery Delivery Consultants™.

“The ”self service“ grocery store business model was launched by inventor and entrepreneur Clarence Saunders who started Piggy Wiggly Grocery Stores in Memphis, Tennessee in 1916. One hundred years later, the grocery store business is undergoing an amazing sea change that will change the grocery business forever”, according to a “State of The Industry” report from Grocery Delivery Consultants™.

Grocery stores are facing fierce competition with the likes of Google® and Amazon® and others who have set sail in this sea change to transform and capture market share in the grocery and grocery delivery business.  

Online grocery shopping, curbside pickup, home delivery, warehouse distribution, and many other factors have brought about the sea change in the grocery store business and only those who adapt will be around when the seas calm. 

In order for grocery stores to survive the changes that are afoot, they must offer online shopping and grocery delivery to the customer’s door or kitchen and that is best accomplished through a third party service. Grocery delivery startups such as Uber Grocery Delivery™ offer grocery stores and customers across the nation a concierge level personal grocery shopping and delivery to the customer’s kitchen. 

Grocery Stores such as Kroger®, Meijer Stores®, Target®, and Walmart are offering online shopping, in house order fulfillment, and curbside pickup. They are all trying to figure out a home delivery business model to retain and grow their customer base. As these companies struggle with home delivery,  Grocery Pickup™ and Curbside Grocery Pickup™ have launched in Cincinnati offering home delivery for online grocery shoppers who also want home delivery.  Both of these companies plan national expansion during 2016 to serve the growing number of online grocery shoppers seeking home delivery.

For more information from this report or to learn more about Grocery Delivery Consultants™, please visit the company website.
 


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