Top news this week from Walmart, Wegmans, Ferrero and more
SmartBrief readers were interested in what foodservice will look like after coronavirus as well as Kroger’s robot-powered fulfillment center and a brand-new shape for chocolate chips.
Mondelez plans to feed pandemic-era demand for comfort food, Trader Joe's will rebrand its ethnic food lines in response to demand.
This week, readers were interested in Mondelez cutting 25% of its products and Americans loving fluffy Japanese milk bread.
Food and beverage readers were drawn to groceries’ cashierless options, new CPG products and the $2.65B acquisition of Postmates.
This week, SmartBrief food and beverage readers were also drawn to news that lawmakers proposed $120 billion in pandemic relief for independent restaurants.
Readers were interested in stories about a product rebrand from Quaker Oats and a cashierless Walmart store.
The bulk of the Top 10 covered equal parts CPG news and food retail news, with non-pandemic-related news taking the top spot.
McDonald's operators hope to keep the pared-down menu after the pandemic.
News about how companies are coping during the pandemic and how their post-pandemic plans are coming together were among this week’s most-read stories.