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An analysis by Edge by Ascential points to consumers' focus on price and speed.
Customers can designate home delivery points even when they are away.
Walgreens, Kroger and Schnuck Markets exit the business.
The first-of-its-kind location will only accept orders from Starbucks' mobile app.
Christiansburg, Va., residents will have access to more than 100 products and six convenient "packs" via the Wing app.
The number of renovations jumps to approximately 1,150 locations in total.
Stores as small as 12,000 square feet are on the horizon as the retailer rolls out its new Good & Gather private brand line.
Stores under construction in Washington and Wyoming are expected to open in early 2020.
South Dallas marks the digital convenience retailer's fourth market in the state of Texas.
Walgreens will close 200 U.S. locations, while CVS is lowering its number of new sites per year.
Beyond Fried Chicken will be available at one Atlanta-area restaurant for a limited test.
The Beyond Sausage Breakfast Sandwich is available at participating New York restaurants.
C-store brands can benefit from the couch-to-couch solution, according to the company.
The retailer debuted its fourth small-format store in Cleveland.
Meat-eaters are willing to give them a try for a variety of reasons.
Uber Eats will continue to serve as the preferred delivery provider.
The focus on food appears to be as important as the focus on technology.
The national retailer is removing flavored vapor products from its shelves and increasing the minimum age to buy tobacco to 21.
Adult beverages are coming to roughly 1,000 Family Dollar locations.
Self-piloted drone deliveries are expected to begin within months.
Path to Purchase Institute's 10th annual League of Leaders meeting showcased the shopper marketing tool.
With reported plans to aggressively expand its Amazon Go concept, convenience retailers must play up their competitive differences, while borrowing from the e-commerce giant’s success.
New small-format locations focus on grab-and-go products and expedited checkouts.
The brand's inaugural New York City location will check out cash-payers using mobile devices.