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operator trends


GROCERANTS Continued forays by retail grocers into foodservice territory open new sales opportunities for equipment distributors.


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The lines between foodservice and retail grocery have been blurring for years, with both supermarkets and restaurants offering more meal solutions to consumers – from dine-in to take-out, and meal kits to ready-to-eat meals. This has been particularly evident in the past few months, with restaurants offering customers groceries with their drive-thru orders, and supermarkets supplying to-go meals alongside curbside grocery orders.


By Michael Sherer Contributing Writer


22 FEDA News & Views


While the coronavirus crisis has put the brakes on many businesses since March, the market trends and the new landscape offer equipment dealers new opportunities, especially in the retail grocery segment. As supermarkets look to solve operational puzzles such as online ordering, contactless shopping, and delivery, they’ll also be looking to provide customers with more meal solution options than ever before.


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