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Albertsons Marketplace Continues to Evolve

Since its digital marketplace went live in October, Albertsons has continued to add new elements including a pet category and an upcoming subscription service.

LG Makes Power Move with Amazon Dash

The home appliance manufacturer has integrated Dash's replenishment functionality into its entire new lineup of connected appliances as it aims to improve customer engagement beyond the product.

CGT looks at emerging technologies that offer unique solutions to consumer goods companies seeking to transform their organizations. This week: virtual fitting room platform Perfitly.

The c-store giant leveraged the National Football League's big game this month to spotlight its rapidly expanding 7Now delivery service.

Furthering its strategy of giving digital native brands an in-store presence, Target is again teaming up with Harry's, Inc. to exclusively stock SKUs from the manufacturer's new Flamingo women’s body care brand.

Amazon is for the second time poking fun at its own Alexa voice assistant in a Super Bowl spot that also reflects Jeff Bezos' philosophy of embracing failures along the way to success.

Walgreens supported the launch of Procter & Gamble’s Gillette SkinGuard razors with a variety of activity in January. The product addresses the problem of shaving irritation through an entirely new design philosophy, according to P&G.

The 8-year-old brand creates products for multicultural and melanin-rich skin types and tones.

The specialty athletic retailer has made a big investment in Goat Group, an operator of e-commerce marketplaces for sneaker resales.

The "Loop" e-commerce platform will let consumers order products from P&G, Nestlé and other top CPGs that will be shipped in reusable containers to be picked back up after usage.

CGT looks at emerging technologies that offer unique solutions to consumer goods companies seeking to transform their organizations. This week: warehouse/store inventory management robots from Tompkins Robotics.

CGT's 16th annual coverage of the largest public consumer goods companies worldwide includes a deep-dive into recent business and IT-related activity at the 10 largest enterprises.

The alternative online retailer is expanding its reach to include baby and pet products at slightly higher price points than its original model.

The warehouse club chain has teamed with JDA Software to upgrade performance across the store portfolio.

The supermarket giant is uniting with the technology leader to pilot "connected experience" stores and jointly bring to market a commercial product for the retail industry.

The retailer is seeking to ensure promotional consistency and reduce labor costs with the addition of digital labels at 240 stores.

To reach consumers, marketers must now develop personalized experiences that are assisted, interactive, immersive, and immediate.

The addition improves Gladson’s ability to provide accurate, quality data to the CPG marketplace.

CGT looks at emerging technologies that offer unique solutions to consumer goods companies seeking to transform their organizations. This week: mobile application Spent.

The evolution toward an omnichannel marketplace is driving a revolution within the consumer goods supply chain, as companies rebuild their traditional practices in response to radically different consumer behavior.

Hexa Recreation Products and New Normal Consulting test creating custom jackets via in-store, digitally enhanced kiosks.

The digital experience is aimed at recreating in-store browsing while driving e-commerce growth in the dairy category.

The new platform aims to help retailers and advertisers improve both shopper experience and profits through coordinated campaigns that span in-store, offline and online.

Sister publication RIS News takes a quick look at 10 retail startups that are making their mark on the industry and disrupting their respective market segments.

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