The Real Disruptor for Traditional Grocery

Hamstra, Mark
May 2013
Supermarket News Expert Blog;5/20/2013, p7
Blog Entry
The article reports on Food Marketing Institute's Future Connect conference that focused on the future of food retailing and discusses the disruptors for traditional operators of groceries. A panel believes that traditional groceries will leverage things like online ordering for same-day store pick-up. Members of the panel highlighted the immunity of traditional food retail from the disruptive power that the Internet has wielded in other industries.


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