Dallas-Fort Worth Shoppers Embrace the Rise of Curbside Grocery Pickup

Dallas-Fort Worth shoppers were early adopters of one of the fastest-growing categories of the grocery business, curbside pickup, according to a new report from Cowen & Co. Walmart started curbside in D-FW in October 2015. Kroger followed quickly in the summer of 2016. Both have more than a 1,000 stores offering online grocery shopping with curbside pickup. Target offers it now, too, and Amazon has expanded it to 30 cities but hasn't said to how many Whole Foods Markets. By 2020, curbside will be 5% of the total grocery market, or a $35 billion slice, Cowen said.  Continue reading...

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