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   Grocery Stores Step Up Their Technology Game As Online Retailers Make Their Way Into The Aisles
by Paige Yowell, Omaha World-Herald
Posted: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 3:31PM EDT

As online retailing makes its way into the grocery market, local and national retailers are beefing up their technological offerings.

At an increasing number of grocery retailers, people can order groceries without ever stepping foot in the store. They can select items online for pickup, and pick them up at the curb. Now, at a local Baker’s store, they can scan, bag and pay for their own items without ever visiting a checkout lane.

The grocery chain owned by Ohio-based Kroger just launched its “Scan, Bag, Go” program at its Omaha Baker’s store on Saddle Creek Road, near Leavenworth Street. The technology allows customers to scan and bag their groceries as they shop.

To read the rest of the story, please go to: Omaha World-Herald


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