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P&G Ventures, the start-up studio within Procter & Gamble, unveiled Opté™ Precision Skincare System (Opté) at CES 2019.
We recently visited the CES Show in Las Vegas to discover the key themes shaping the technology landscape and what they mean for retail.
Walmart is partnering with Udelv to test its autonomous delivery vans in Surprise, Arizona.
eDOR is a system designed to solve residential and commercial delivery and pick-up issues, by connecting all parties to make it simple, easy and secure.
At CES 2019, Continental demonstrated a seamless approach to goods delivery with the help of delivery robots and driverless vehicles.
Following a year of accelerated change in the North American grocery market, we look at the five trends set to shape it in 2019. We consider how these changes are impacting on key retailers like Walmart, Kroger, Albertsons, Loblaw, Metro, Sobeys and Ahold Delhaize.
Get up to speed on what we see as the key influences and trends to watch out for in the year ahead, and see how retailers and food-to-go specialists alike are driving innovation to reach new customers, missions and locations.
Raley’s is giving prime placement to cereals with less added sugar. Cereals with 25% or more of the total calories coming from added sugar, based on a standardised one cup serving of cereal, will be moved to the bottom shelf.
We’ve selected 16 innovative store concepts to visit in 2019 that showcase several of the latest trends shaping format development globally. These include the growing role of technology, underpinning both ecommerce and customer engagement, and the creation of immersive in-store experiences.
Gillette is trialling a new initiative that enables personalisation of the shaving experience in an entirely new way.
Featuring 30 of our favourite global initiatives from events throughout 2018, we share 10 ways retailers and suppliers are seizing the seasonal opportunity.
In this presentation we look at the regional and country forecasts for grocery retailing to 2023. With the global grocery retail landscape changing fast, providing both opportunities and challenges for your business we look at the changes to our forecasts to help you better understand how we see them growing and evolving to 2023.
American nail polish company OPI, a division of Coty, has introduced Augmented Reality (AR) technology-enabled kiosks in over 400 travel retail locations, globally, with the help of design agency “Play”.
Procter & Gamble’s laundry detergent brand Tide has launched an Eco-Box. This is the first product launch from P&G Fabric Care’s eCommerce Innovation Group.
Walmart is partnering with Ford to test grocery delivery using autonomous vehicles in Miami.
Amazon has opened physical stores that only sell products that have received a 4-star rating or above, are a top seller, or are new and trending on
Walmart has introduced the Auto-C – Autonomous Cleaner into its stores.
Schnuck Markets, Inc. and Simbe Robotics have announced that Tally, the autonomous shelf-scanning robot, is rolling out in at least 15 select Schnucks’ stores. Schnucks and Simbe kicked off a pilot in July 2017, when Tally began capturing deeper, real-time insights into on-shelf operations in three Schnucks locations. As a result of the initial pilot’s success, Schnucks is increasing the scope of the partnership to bring at least 15 Tally robots to key stores, giving the retailer a tech-forward competitive advantage.
Reese’s has launched a ‘Candy exchange vending machine’ for Halloween. Reese’s is offering trick-or-treaters the chance to trade in their unwanted Halloween sweets, in exchange for a Reese’s cup.
We share our forecasts for online, in some of the world's leading markets.
Six ways meal kits are changing and implications for the grocery industry
Wegmans Food Markets is the first Aira-enabled supermarket chain in the US. Aira, powered by AT&T, is a San Diego-based startup that makes use of wearable technology, artificial intelligence, and live, human assistance to deliver real-time visual description for people who are blind or have low vision.
We dive into stores around the world to see how retailers are adapting to the growing demand for organic products. Our research focuses on markets where the organic sector is already well established, including North America and Europe.
Imagine lifting a bag of flour or a watermelon over your head up to 4,600 times a day as part of your job – that is similar to what some Ford employees do every day as they work to build vehicles around the world.
We visited San Francisco to see the trends shaping food-to-go development in the US market. Read our report to learn more about 10 innovative operators and the lessons which can be applied to your businesses.