A tech company plans to partner with grocery stores, to offer personalized digital circulars that could eventually replace printed ads.
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You may like your local grocery store just fine, but it takes a real commitment to show the world – or at least your Facebook friends – that you “like” it. Occasional customer satisfaction surveys have declared certain supermarkets to be the most or least liked of all, but a look at how many grocery shoppers have hit the thumbs-up[Read More…]
Millions of grocery shoppers, from Missouri to Arizona, are going through the hassle of getting new credit and debit cards after their information was stolen in a store security breach. Some are so upset, they’ve sued. But what do they really have to gain, other than years of litigation and perhaps a coupon at the end? A month after the[Read More…]
(Be sure to read this update: “Schnucks Repairs Security Breach – But For Some, the Damage is Done”) Another supermarket chain has been hit with an apparent credit card hack, as more shoppers come forward to complain their account information has been stolen. St. Louis-based Schnucks says it’s investigating, and police are recommending that its customers put away their plastic[Read More…]
If the possibility of being charged credit card swipe fees isn’t enough for you to give up paying with plastic, perhaps this news will. A Phoenix-based grocery chain says it was the victim of a sophisticated cyberattack – though the real victims are the hundreds of customers, if not more, whose credit card information was stolen. Oops. The Pinal County[Read More…]
Sure, you like your local grocery store, but have you “liked” them? A roundup of the most and least popular grocery retailers on social media sites (see the full list below) can yield some interesting insights, though it also shows that “likes” aren’t necessarily everything. Florida-based Publix was recently criticized (in “Frozen & Refrigerated Buyer” magazine) for being “technology-challenged”: “Yes,[Read More…]