Kroger Shuts Down Remote Online Grocery Operations in Austin, San Antonio and Florida

March 28, 2024 The Dallas Morning News

The supermarket chain’s experiment to fill online orders from hub operations created in cities where it doesn’t operate stores started in 2022 along with its new robotics-driven e-commerce fulfillment centers.

The Roadmap to Fostering the Growth of Online Grocery Market through 2033

November 20, 2023 Future Market Insights, Inc.

The online grocery market is predicted to be valued at US$ 377.4 billion in 2023 and US$ 3396.9 billion by 2033. Over the projection period, sales in the online grocery market are expected to increase at a CAGR of 24.60%.

This is the Cheapest Place to Buy Groceries Online

November 16, 2023 David Watsky, CNET

CNET looked at three of the most popular national grocers with at least some form of delivery — Amazon Fresh, Target and Walmart. In the end, Walmart nabbed the top spot as the cheapest place to buy groceries online.

Fresh Thyme Market Launches New Online Pickup Experience

April 12, 2023 Fresh Thyme Market

Fresh Thyme Market, a grocer that has a mission to improve the way communities eat by offering real fresh food at real low prices is launching their new Fresh Thyme Market Pickup. Fresh Thyme Market is making it even easier to shop and save with in-store prices online. Providing shoppers more access to unbeatable freshness, quality, and convenience, right at their fingertips.

Walmart Chips Away at Amazon’s Lead in a Key Area: Wealthy Online Shoppers

Launched in 2020 as a competitor to Amazon Prime, Walmart+ is resonating with higher-income households eager to fend off inflation. At $98 a year, Walmart+ costs $41 less than Prime and offers many of the same perks, such as shipping discounts and video streaming. Walmart’s subscription service also has benefits Amazon can’t match, including discounted fuel at gas stations around the US.