As online grocery sales grow, physical stores are moving into the online marketplace to stay competitive. Including ship-from-store options, in-store pick up of online orders, or even curbside or local delivery, grocery stores continue to adapt to the new online reality.
This means physical grocery stores are stuck with the same problems as online ones, protecting food products from damage and spoilage and making sure they arrive on time.
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