From Kroger announcing a strategic alliance with UK grocery e-commerce player Ocado to Amazon Go expanding to new cities, the world of retail saw many changes this week. Here’s what it means for the shopping landscape.
The popularity of craft is changing the game for more than just brewers. To build on that excitement, some food and beverage brands are partnering with and taking notes from beer leaders on everything from innovations and packaging to distribution and marketing strategies. The result: booming business brewed for all industries involved.
Retailers like Whole Foods Market, Sprouts Farmers Market and 7-Eleven are redefining their strategies and expanding their store counts to see their profits bloom this spring.
Founded in 1940, Tropical Blossom is the state’s oldest honey company, and maker of Tropic Bee Fine Florida Honey.
RangeMe announced they are partnering with Albertsons Companies, one of the largest food and drug retailers in the United States, to scale its retail buying efforts for General Merchandise, Health and Beauty category selection across all of its 19 banners.
In the last year, SHANTI has seen 300 percent growth, according to the company. It’s now sold in over 500 stores including Whole Foods Markets Florida region and Bed Bath & Beyond nationwide, and is adding more in the months to come. And with an official partnership with Team U.S.A. goalie, Hope Solo, it doesn’t look like they’ll be making any back passes in marketing efforts, either.
The three new products are now available for purchase at specialty food markets nationwide.
Evoke Healthy Foods is officially launching a new line of single-serve muesli packs on January 2, according to founder Ian Szalinski.
The Canadian rooted gluten- free food company is releasing its nutritional products into the US market.
Costco will be the first retailer to carry HTY’s Sweet Beef Jerky, cooked with natural fruit for a savory and sweet protein snack.