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One company will focus on snacks, another breakfast cereals and a third will explore the new sector of plant-based foods.
More people have gone back to shopping in person, but some pandemic behaviors have stuck.
Grocery delivery became an overnight necessity for many during the pandemic, and it may be a habit that will stick.
Grocery titans including Walmart, Kroger and Albertsons are developing high-tech solutions to accommodate shifting demand.
While some are craving the restaurant experience, others have discovered they enjoy cooking for themselves.
Stores and manufacturers are slimming down product selection in response to shopper behavior.
Customers want their stuff on the same day they buy it. Instacart can make that happen for some smaller retailers.
Staying home is making Americans cook breakfast at home. Demand for eggs and other breakfast staples is pushing prices up for retailers.
Some are thriving. Others are closing. All are strategizing.