Grocers Should Turn Their Business Innovation to Low-income Neighborhoods

North Texans are getting a front-row seat for the transformation of how Americans shop for groceries. That is, North Texans with money.Grocery companies have long tested their new concepts here (that is, in the nicer North Texas neighborhoods). And the Amazon buyout of Austin grocer Whole Foods Market is taking place at a time when many middle- to upper-income people are shifting their purchase of everyday items to the Internet. Such shoppers still enjoy heading to the market for fresh food, prompting local grocers to up their game, with fresher, more exotic, higher-end offerings.  Continue reading...

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