While Silicon Valley continues to forge relationships with restaurants – from white table cloth to fast food – on developing new foods in the lab to supply chain logistics – one very interesting part of the discussion seems to be about robots.
Robots of all kinds, stand alone human-like forms that talk, take your order and move around to replace waiters, to robotic arms in the backrooms that augment chefs to make food preparation and cooking faster, easier and more exacting. And in some cases, cheaper.
How to encourage your shoppers to keep strong bones? There are various things you can promote in your store to help delay bone loss and continue to maintain and even build bone density. According to the American College of Physicians, osteoporosis currently affects over 40 million Americans. Osteoporosis is characterized as a loss in bone mass and increased fragility. It's most common in older women, but about 7 percent of white men and 5 percent of black men are affected. Here are some things to share with shoppers:
Q&A Profile: Jeremy Gosch, Hy-Vee
Foodservice@Retail: Grocerantsfeatures one of the first supermarkets to offer in-store dining. The 242-store Hy-Vee chain, which serves eight Midwest states, expects to take its contemporary Hy-Vee Market Grilles chainwide by the end of 2018, says Jeremy Gosch, Executive Vice President-Strategy and Chief Merchandising Officer. Hy-Vee Market Grilles offer a fun vibe—with local brews and broad menus for game watching. They also highlight Hy-Vee's charcuterie and Responsible Choice seafood, as well as the grocer's own brand of sushi, which are also popular in the supermarkets. In the stores, customers can choose from other dining choices too.
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