BOSTON, July 1, 2019, / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Online supermarket sales in the US USA They continue to rise to record levels due to growth in consumer e-commerce and advances in supermarket order processing. National and regional supermarket chains are investing heavily in technology and delivery resources to reach this online sales channel. New Mercator Advisory Group, EE. The online supermarket research report is picking up pace but remains a difficult channel to assess the current challenges and opportunities in the industry, as well as future considerations and implications for the food industry.
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Customers wish convenience and speed in their daily routines. Retailers are late for the party online, but now they support any customer who prefers to shop online. The last mile of the MyWegmansConnect is expensive, making it financially difficult for retailers to connect online. They said Raymond Pucci, director of business services serving at Mercator Advisory Group, author of this report.
The highlights of this MyWegmansConnect research report are:
- Competitive industrial forces that affect the food industry.
- How e-commerce has become a virtual supermarket
- Third-party support role
- Market Share Data Estimates for Large US Online Supermarkets USA USES
- Obstacles to consumer acceptance of online orders
- This report has 14 pages and 4 exposures.
The firms explained in this report includes Delhaize, Albertsons, Aldi, Amazon.com, BJs Großhandelsclub, Costco, Food Lion, FreshDirect, Riese, Hannaford, HEB, Kroger, Waren, Peapod, Postmates, Publix, Sam’s Club, Shipt, Smart & Final, Stew Leonard, Stop & Shop, Target, Joe Trader, Walmart, Wegmans, and whole foods.
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