Tuesday, November 8, 2016

New Survey Suggests Bad News for Supermarkets

New Survey Suggests Bad News for Supermarkets, What Facebook Will Do For FOOD, Energy Bombs Energy Chewing Gum Mint is a HIT!

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November 8,  2016

New technology is allowing once-fringe natural food co-ops to reach a new audience.

Harris’ online survey yesterday wasn’t all good news for supermarkets, but online shopping might just be the boost that food co-ops have been looking for to finally push them into the mainstream.

CivilEats reports that many of today’s co-ops have modernized their business plans to reach a wider audience and offering online ordering with delivery in one to two hours. 

What Facebook Will Do For FOOD
The spending power of the active user base on Facebook is huge.

Order food: Shoppers can now order food from your store directly from your Facebook page if you are set up with Delivery.com or Slice.

Request an appointment: For services at your store - for example, meetings with a dietitian - users can now request a time via your Facebook page and view the entire slate of services and offerings. Appointments can be requested, and you’ll follow up on Messenger to confirm the appointment.

Phil's food reviews
Energy Bombs Energy Chewing Gum Mint is a HIT!
Two pieces of this gum is the equivalent of one energy drink. This is not for kids. Just 5 calories, less than one gram of sugars, sweetened with sucralose,  it contains 8 mg of niacin, 2 mg of B6, Vitamin B12, 40 mg of caffeine and 50 mg of taurine. Watch my full review.
In case you missed these...
Phil's Food Reviews for November 7th, 2016: This week Phil reviews a gum equivalent to an energy drink, a ghee butter that will make your bulletproof coffee amazing, a wonderfully flavored sparkling tea, seasoned rice vinegar, and a banana and chocolate product that makes a great snack for kids and adults! Watch all reviews here.

Robb's Exit As Co-CEO Is A Big Loss For Whole Foods: The true expense will be the loss of Robb’s vision, experience and professionalism to the chain.

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