ALDI, a leader in the global grocery industry, finds itself in the crosshairs of the steady march of digital innovation. Can it transform its supply chain to succeed in a digital-first world?
One-third of global food is wasted every year, equating to $1 trillion in annual food waste. Can Walmart, the world’s largest grocer, lead the charge in food waste reduction using the latest digitization techniques?
An estimated one third of food produced for human consumption goes to waste; and you might be surprised by the amount of carbon emissions this waste emits. Tesco, a British multinational grocer, is leading the retail industry in an attempt to eliminate food waste.
To sustain growth in China Walmart needs to manage a reliable and safe food supply. Their solution partnering with IBM is blockchain. Blockchain will allow consumers to trace the source, environmental impact, treatment, and transactions of any product they buy.
How one grocer revolutionized their food supply chain to save money and feed the hungry.
Ocado has invested in a supply chain that is years ahead of its competitors’, but will these investments pay off in time to help the company weather the disruption of the grocery industry?
Away with the refrigerator magnet shopping list. Shop as you go with the Amazon Dash Button.
Amazon looks to capture online grocery by establishing a physical presence to supplement its digital tactics
Exploring how digital delivery has made the grocery channel accessible to busy consumers who need to eat, and are willing to pay a premium for fresh food.
As the world marches towards a low-carbon future, costs will inevitably be incurred throughout the supply chain. Companies who are prepared to leverage size and tough tactics can extract value by inequitably dispersing costs through their supply chain partners, even in ‘collaborative’ relationships. Take a look at how this was done in the Australian grocery industry during the short-lived Carbon Tax in 2012.