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Carrefour Italia has rolled out a new free home delivery service of pre-packaged kits that contain essential food and non-food goods. ‘Gli Essenziali’ The service, called ‘Gli Essenziali’, allows shoppers to order the kits online through a dedicated platform, and can have them delivered within four days throughout the Italian territory, except islands, or within two days if they’re based in...
Following the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) three months ago, retailers in China have responded with urgency and empathy as the situation evolves - we will continue to update this article with the latest developments... Contactless delivery Remote drop off : customers of all major retailers, including Walmart, Carrefour, Alibaba and JD.com,  can have their orders delivered touch-...
Carrefour and Uber Eats are due to start a new grocery delivery service in Paris, amid the nationwide lockdown in the country more widely. Starting on 6 April The new delivery service will be operational from 6 April. Shoppers will be able to pick one of 15 Carrefour stores around Paris on the Uber Eats app or website, or alternatively, order their products, which include everyday essential...

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In this report, we look at how Taiwan has responded to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, outlining government policies, business activities and retail predictions to look out for.
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In this report, we discuss how grocery shopping has evolved in five different ways in China during the pandemic. These are unlikely to be short-term changes and may not go away when the pandemic is over. These changes will have a long-lasting and profound impact on path to purchase, fulfillment models, supported by new partnerships and innovations. What these changes mean to retailers and brands in other parts of the world and what actions they can take are also discussed.

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