Aug 14, 2018
The Food Marketing Institute estimates online grocery sales will reach some $100 billion by 2025. That’s about 20% of the grocery retail market, which today only accounts for about 2 to 4%. While online grocery shopping is definitely a growth market, opportunities also exist for brick-and-mortar stores to make the in-store grocery shopping experience better. K-State Research and Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter says consumers may ultimately want a blend of online and in-person grocery shopping options.
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