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Food Lion, Ahold Delhaize’s subsidiary, plans to expand its ‘To-Go’ grocery pickup service, with an additional 25 stores across North Carolina and Virginia set to offer the service.

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We roundup the latest ecommerce initiatives in the US as retailers develop alternative fulfilment models. Store fulfilment: Ahold Delhaize’s Giant Food rolling out grocery pickup With many of the leading US grocery retailers focusing on developing their delivery capabilities last year, store-based pickup has become a growing focus this year. This month, Ahold Delhaize’s Giant Food has start...
Albert Heijn, the largest supermarket chain in the Netherlands, has started the trial of a driverless robot that can deliver groceries right at the customers’ doorsteps. Range of eight kilometers Developed by Swiss-German firm Teleretail, the Aitonomi robot is being tested within the premises of Eindhoven’s High-Tech Campus, given that’s it’s not permitted to operate on public roads yet. ...
Food Lion, an Ahold Delhaize subsidiary, introduces a new online grocery pickup service called ‘Food Lion To-Go’ at select locations in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. 105 stores to offer the service ‘Food Lion To-Go’ will be available at 105 stores across the Carolinas and Virginia. The grocer offers a free pickup for the first order, before subsequently charging $1.99 for ord...


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