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Are You “Friends” With Your Grocery Store?

Are You “Friends” With Your Grocery Store?

Stores urge customers to follow them on social media, but what’s in it for shoppers?

February 22, 2017 Grocery & Retail News
If You’re Not Buying Groceries Online Yet – What’s Stopping You?

If You’re Not Buying Groceries Online Yet – What’s Stopping You?

Two new reports predict a bright future for online grocery shopping.

February 9, 2017 Grocery & Retail News
The Future of Couponing Is On Your Phone (And In Your Car)

The Future of Couponing Is On Your Phone (And In Your Car)

A new report predicts we’ll be using a lot more mobile coupons in the year ahead.

February 1, 2017 Coupons In The News
Study Says Couponing is Bad For You – And For Everyone

Study Says Couponing is Bad For You – And For Everyone

A new study warns that couponing and deal-seeking actually cause prices to rise, and bargainers to pay more.

January 17, 2017 Coupons In The News
Think ALDI is the Cheapest Place to Shop? Think Again

Think ALDI is the Cheapest Place to Shop? Think Again

A new price survey says Walmart and Dollar General beat out low-priced retailers like ALDI and Save-A-Lot.

December 27, 2016 Grocery & Retail News
How Does Your Grocery Store Smell? (And Why It Can Make You Spend More)

How Does Your Grocery Store Smell? (And Why It Can Make You Spend More)

A study says a pleasant-smelling store could get you to spend more and stay longer.

November 9, 2016 Grocery & Retail News
Consumer Group Says Your Grocery Stores Are “Rigged”

Consumer Group Says Your Grocery Stores Are “Rigged”

A new report exposes “backroom deals” that determine how products are displayed and discounted at your local grocery store.

September 29, 2016 Grocery & Retail News
The Little Trick That Makes Coupons More “Shareable”

The Little Trick That Makes Coupons More “Shareable”

A surprising new study finds that we may respond better to lower-value coupons than more valuable offers.

September 26, 2016 Coupons In The News
Study Urges Stores to Offer Better Deals

Study Urges Stores to Offer Better Deals

A new study says grocers are investing too much in “failing” endeavors, and not enough in deals and promotions.

September 23, 2016 Grocery & Retail News
Self-Scan Turns Customers Into Criminals

Self-Scan Turns Customers Into Criminals

Researchers say allowing us to scan and pay using our phones, will turn many of us into criminals.

August 9, 2016 Grocery & Retail News
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