e-retail

Indian startup Ninjacart backed by Walmart and Flipkart

Indian startup Ninjacart backed by Walmart and Flipkart

Published on Dec 19th, 2019
Credit: Business Standard

 

 

Indian online retailer Flipkart and its major stakeholder Walmart have invested in fresh produce startup, Ninjacart. Ninjacart connects fruit and vegetable growers with retailers and food service operators via its technology-integrated supply chain. The new partnership is intended to grant Indian retailers and consumers better access to high-quality fresh produce, while also supporting farmers.

Modern retail in Ukraine

Modern retail in Ukraine

Published on Nov 29th, 2016

Founded in 1992 in Odessa (southern Ukraine), Tavria V started out selling food in kiosks but in 1998 opened its first supermarkets.

“Tavria V is a multi-format retailer,” said Elena Seyrik, director of its import department. “We operate via 70 stores: hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience stores and delicatessen supermarkets. Our shops are located in central and southern Ukraine.”

In addition, Tavria V was the first retailer in the region to begin e-commerce, opening its internet shop under the same brand.

How to win in both online & conventional retail

How to win in both online & conventional retail

Published on Jun 01st, 2016

Fruit and vegetable consumption may be declining in Europe but as highlighted at the ‘Tomatoes, trends towards 2020’ conference in Antwerp in April, the market value of tomatoes has nevertheless risen.

The reality is that sales can be boosted via tastier, more convenient varieties that increase consumer satisfaction.

And more sales can also be achieved through online shopping.

CAGR of 63% in line for India’s online grocery market to 2022

CAGR of 63% in line for India’s online grocery market to 2022

Published on Dec 07th, 2015

India’s online grocery market is still in a nascent stage and primarily confined to Tier 1 cities, says New Delhi-based market intelligence centre 6Wresearch.

And the hyperlocal model (which usually features on-demand delivery) is growing faster than the ‘pure-play’ one (such as  businesses that focus only on e-commerce) in India, it says in a recently published report summary.

Survey sheds light on Australia’s online grocery shoppers

Survey sheds light on Australia’s online grocery shoppers

Published on Nov 25th, 2015

Australians are curious about the benefits of buying their groceries online, but the majority don’t feel the need to make a permanent transition as they remain content with the current offerings provided by the bricks and mortar stores, reports customer satisfaction research and ratings business Canstar Blue.

Tudespensa earns a staunch customer base in Spain

Tudespensa earns a staunch customer base in Spain

Published on Jun 21st, 2015

One of Spain’s first exclusively online supermarkets, Tudespensa.com was launched in October 2012 and now has 80,000 registered customers with 30% growth expected this year.

Tudespensa– which translates as ‘Your pantry’ – aims to set the benchmark for quality and freshness in fresh produce e-commerce in Spain. Head of fresh produce procurement and pricing, Juan Carlos Chillaron, explains how.

What is your fresh produce strategy?

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