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What are you having for dinner?

July 4, 2019
From click & collect to at-home delivery to meal kits to other nascent options like autonomous vehicles, there’s an explosion of more convenient ways by which your supermarket is trying to sell you bananas. [more]

More documents from Nizla Naizer

3 Documents
January 4, 2021
Analyst:
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Even prior to the pandemic, there was an inevitable shift to online purchasing. But how do we ensure this widening acceptance of online buying does not backfire on the planet in the form of unsustainable delivery levels? We propose a system to bring all parties in the delivery value chain to the table, and suggest an incentive system that grades rewards with the intention of sending non-urgent deliveries to specific areas on specific days. [more]
June 18, 2020
Analyst:
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Online food ordering (both grocery delivery and meal kits) was already seeing steady growth before covid-19. Since the outbreak, it has taken off. While some people may revert back to their old habits when the pandemic recedes, many have been introduced to the concept and will continue to enjoy the benefits. [more]
July 4, 2019
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Tiffany Kanaga, US and Nizla Naizer, EMEA, two retail analysts, offer some food for thought around the rapidly evolving grocery industry. From click & collect to at home delivery to meal kits to other very nascent options like autonomous vehicles, there’s an explosion of more convenient ways by which your supermarket is trying to sell you bananas. [more]
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