Purchasing grocery online is a fast, efficient and convenient way for many. With just a few clicks, users can get the items they need delivered to their door step. This will save their time of traveling to the supermarket and be physically there to purchase their groceries.
Online grocery has only just reached its tipping point for widespread adoption. There will be millions of dollars to grab in this channel over the next several years and many companies have not adopted this habit.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Amazon-Whole Foods: A year later, what’s changed?” published in The Business Times on 13 June 2018.