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Woolworths & Uber Eats Partner, Offering Express Online Grocery Deliveries

Woolworths is upping its online grocery service by partnering with UberEats, promising express one-hour deliveries for customers in Melbourne and Sydney.

Coles is Investing $2.5 Billion into Digital: What’s Changing?

Coles is investing $2.5 billion on its digital platform over the next two years. The supermarket's strategy aims to enhance the overall online shopping experience, provide a seamless omnichannel strategy and improve customer satisfaction. Here's what we know.

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Coles Bets on Digital Grocery Growth with flypay Launch

Coles is making sure online grocery shopping isn't just a fad with the launch of its new flypay service, giving shoppers discounts when they shop with Coles' online platforms.

Keeping a Core Focus on Online Groceries | Q&A with Naturally Good

In the months following the peak of the pandemic, online groceries have skyrocketed in popularity. We sat down with Lynn Ormiston, Commercial and Digital Innovation Manager at Naturally Good, to discuss the increase in online food sales and why retailers should pay attention to consumer changes.

Why Woolies is Dropping $50 Million on Online Retail Education Expansion

Woolworths is planning to drop $50 million to expand its retail transformation alongside its Future of Work Fund, to drive digital growth across Australia.

Coles to Deliver Core Grocery Items Through UberEats

Expanding on its UberEats trial that was announced in January, Coles has revealed that items like milk will now be available for delivery through the ride-share/delivery app.

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How Many Australians Actually Purchase Groceries Online?

The Australian online grocery sector is in a period of fast growth, but how quickly are consumers adapting to the new supermarket model?

The Role of Subscription Models in the Online Grocery Market

According to the Founder and Director of GoodnessMe Box, Peta Shulman, the online grocery market is changing, and to survive, brands need to adapt.

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