Retailer Introduces ‘Dark Store’ Focusing Solely on Online Grocery Shopping
Whole Foods is launching its first ‘dark store’ a facility that will solely operate to fulfill the Amazon-owned grocer’s online orders.
The store will not be open to the public, so customers cannot stroll in like a traditional grocery store. This new experiment follows the COVID-19 pandemic where online grocery ordering witnessed a significant uptick as customers were unwilling to risk a trip to pick up food.
According to USA TODAY, the new concept was in the works pre-COVID...
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