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Up to the Minute: Loblaw brings PC Health to more provinces
Plus, Thinkingbox adds to leadership and NABS partners with a peer support service.
A retailer’s role in the push for sustainable packaging
As CPGs rethink supply chains and join programs like Loop, stores must consider how they use existing physical assets.
Loblaw’s ecomm sales jumped 160% in Q4
Same-store sales also continue to climb at the company, which is investing into its digital grocery and health offerings.
Loop launches in Canada
Kraft Heinz is among the CPGs testing what consumers want from the sustainable DTC platform, which is eyeing in-store deployments for its next phase.
Why we may have hit ‘peak purpose’
For companies like Scotiabank and Loblaw, it's no longer good enough to simply express corporate values.
What drives grocery loyalty online?
Caddle examines consumer preferences across major online players and explores how they can win over consumers in ecomm.
Mo Bofill joins 123w to establish a Toronto office
The Vancouver agency's new partner will help it expand its design-led approach.
Ending raises for workers catches the ire of consumers
As Loblaw, Metro and Sobeys end their pay increases, how long will backlash against brands that said we are "all in this together" last?
Corner Office Shifts: Second Cup gets new lead marketer
Plus, Plan International to welcome new Canadian CEO, as execs depart Loblaw and Canadian Tire Corp.
Grocers raise pay and boost safeguards for frontline employees
How the changes fit with priorities currently important to public perception.
Loblaw grows its digital shelf
Experts weigh in on the grocery banner expanding its PC Express offerings into pet, home and baby products.
Meet the 2019 Brands of the Year
From StrategyDaily: Dig into features on what makes Loblaw, MEC, Ecobee, Ritual, OVO and Frank And Oak each a BOY.
Natrel brings mochi ice cream to the masses
The Agropur-owned brand is the latest big company to bring its twist on the bite-sized sweet treats to Canadian grocery stores.
Inabuggy uses AI to fight big guys in grocery delivery war
The Canadian company taps tech to compete against American giants like Instacart and Amazon.
Loblaw expands food waste reduction program
The grocer will make the Flashfood app, which helps customers find items nearing expiration, available at more than 250 stores.