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Consumer adoption of online grocery—led primarily by Amazon and Walmart—saw hockey-stick growth last year. As these two Goliaths vie for market control, conflicting reports have made it difficult to determine who has the momentum, and where consumers prefer to shop.
Amazon currently holds the largest market share of online grocery. We estimate that Amazon’s US food and beverage sales amounted to $6.13 billion in 2019, or 23.7% of total US food and beverage ecommerce sales. However, a September 2019 survey conducted by The Retail Feedback Group found that 37% of US digital shoppers most recently purchased groceries from Walmart, compared with 29% who used Amazon.
Whole Foods Market's Chief Marketing Officer is heading up creative consumer-based initiatives such as the Prime Members program. Hear from her and the rest of our All-Female speaker line-up at Shoptalk on March 22-25, 2020 at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas.
But not all consumer data shows the same results. According to a survey conducted by CPG analytics firm TABS Analytics and Caravan Engine, 36% of US internet users said they bought groceries online from Amazon in 2019, vs. 29% who shopped at Walmart.
And while Amazon still held a significant lead in 2019 vs. the year prior, the survey also found that the number of respondents buying online groceries via Walmart nearly doubled from 2018.
Both surveys were conducted in September 2019, but the wording differed slightly. The TABS Analytics survey, which favors Amazon, asked respondents where they’ve purchased groceries online but didn't specify a timeframe. This includes infrequent online grocery shoppers who might purchase packaged food or beverages from Amazon throughout the year, but aren't regular users of Amazon’s grocery services like AmazonFresh, Prime Now or Prime Pantry.
The Retail Feedback Group's survey, on the other hand, asked respondents which grocery service they used most recently in the last 30 days. The fact that this question resulted in more favorable results for Walmart is indicative of the momentum its online grocery business gained in 2019. The retail giant has leveraged its brick-and-mortar footprint to drive online shopping via click-and-collect options, where they’ve made significant investments. According to recent reporting from Bloomberg, this option is now available at 3,000 stores, but it was only offered at about 400 in 2016.
Amazon and Walmart will continue to lead online grocery in 2020, with both playing to the key strengths that their competitors don’t have. Walmart seems poised to continue leveraging its brick-and-mortar footprint and has already generated buzz by unveiling an automated warehouse that uses robots to make its grocery pickup service faster.
While Walmart might have the momentum right now, Amazon will continue playing to its strengths: free, fast shipping with fewer price restrictions. The company recently eliminated the $14.99 monthly fee for AmazonFresh and now offers the service to Prime members at no additional charge. At the end of last year, AmazonFresh expanded for the third time, making the service available in most major US markets.
From the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival Join us for our 23rd annual Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival January 18-26. These nine days will be packed with events for adults, children, and families. There will be a chili cook-off, an a cappella extravaganza, a soup-a-thon, ice sculpture, historic and nature tours, snow folk art, and more! Click here for […]
From Mayo Performing Arts Center: The rock musical RENT comes to Mayo Performing Arts Center for three performances, Friday, February 7 at 8 pm and Saturday, February 8 at 2 pm and 8 pm. Tickets are $59-$99. Student rush seats will be available for $20 24 hours prior to the performances. In 1996, an original […]
Editor’s note: this article was originally published in August 2018. If you know of any places that have closed since then, or any great new vegan/vegetarian spots, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org It’s never been a better time to be vegetarian or vegan — or even just “veg-curious” — in New Jersey. The last decade has […]
One of the amazing things about New Jersey is the wide range of outdoor activities available within a reasonably short drive. While many people view going “down the Shore” as the quintessential New Jersey experience, there’s another group that can’t wait for the colder weather and snow that signal ski season. First, a little background. […]
From Luna Stage Update: In response to sold out opening weekend performances, Luna Stage has extended Dipti Bramhandkar’s American Rookie through January 27. The production was previously scheduled to close January 20. Luna Stage presents the World Premiere of American Rookie written and performed by Dipti Bramhandkar and directed by Padraic Lillis. Part coming-of-age tale, part […]
From Maplewood Arts and Culture and Express Yourself Studios: Express Yourself Studios will host its 12th annual “Celebrate Dr. King: Explore the Dream Through Art” workshop, Monday, January 20, 11 AM – 2:00 PM (on the hour). Learn about Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement through art. Families with children between the ages of […]
From South Orange Performing Arts Center: Arguably one of the hardest working women in comedy today, Tammy Pescatelli combines brassy sexiness with a bold female voice and witty sarcasm. Tammy’s career jump-started after appearing on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Her season played out to more than 17 million viewers, garnering her a mass of loyal fans […]
From Zeppelin Hall: Zeppelin Hall (88 Liberty View Dr.) is hosting BaconFest from Sunday, January 11th – Monday, January 27th with Executive Chef Franco Robazetti serving up 20 bacon filled dishes including one that earned him the 1st place prize at last year’s Bacon and Beer Classic. Dishes include Bacon Lasagna for $16, the only […]
From Ice at the Pier: Enjoy one of Pier Village’s most celebrated traditions. From Thanksgiving to Presidents’ Day, visitors lace up their skates and twirl away by-the-sea at Pier Village’s iconic Ice Rink. Here you’ll find our residents and visitors alike skating in the heart of Pier Village’s beautifully decorated community, exciting shops and restaurants. […]
From the Newark YMCA: The YMCA of Newark and Vicinity has honored the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for the past 49 years with an annual memorial breakfast. In fact, the YMCA was the first local organization to hold an event honoring Dr. King. The breakfast allows us to take time to remember […]
From the Ethical Culture Society of Essex County and the Village Green: Every month from September 2019 to September 2020, pianist Birgit Matzerath will conduct a guided tour and listening journey of J.S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier. Birgit intends to foster a community and an environment in which people can relax and be inspired by music. […]
From the Ethical Culture Society of Essex County: Returning to Essex Ethical, much-published local poet, actor and author Mike Lally will be reading from recent works and sharing his very personal view of how the South Orange/Maplewood community has evolved from the 1940s to today. Born in Orange NJ, 1942, youngest of seven in an […]
From South Orange Performing Arts Center: Carrie Jackson is considered one of the most consistently interesting singers in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area and is one of the top Jazz artists around today performing classical performances of Jazz favorites, soulful sultry Pop, Blues and poignant mellow Gospel. She combines Jazz originals, standards, Pop/Blues tunes […]
From Mayo Performing Arts Center: The Tap Pack is an elegant and entertaining nod to the Rat Pack era, featuring high-energy performances of mind-blowing tap dancing, smooth vocals, a swinging live jazz band and witty on-stage banter. The five-member cast croons and cajoles while performing cool classics with a fresh twist. More information.
Brazil may return to more robust economic growth in 2020 after a disappointing 2019. Growth may cross the 2% thresh-old, as investment recovers, led by a resurgence in housing. Business expectations have improved. Inflation remains under control, ensuring that low interest rates will remain at or below the current 4.50%. We may also see continued improvement in fiscal accounts, slowing government debt growth to sustainable rates. 2019 saw significant financial outflows, leading to a sharp depreciation of the Real, despite interventions by the Central Bank. 2020 may see a reversal of these flows.
How 2020 plays out depends upon economic policy continuity and global developments, and the risk of political stalemate in Brazil. The unsettled political environment domestically and internationally was a key uncertainty in 2019, impeding the economic outlook and capital inflows. Hopefully 2020 will overcome these constraints.
Join us for our traditional semi-annual outlook with a distinguished panel of experts to explore Brazil’s economic, business, and political future for 2020 and beyond.
Moderator: Paulo Vieira da Cunha, Partner, VERBANK Consulting, LLC
Speakers: Alberto Ramos, Head of the Latin America Economic Research, Global Investment Research Division, Goldman Sachs
Schedule: 8:00 am - 8:30 am Registration and networking
8:30 am - 10:30 am Panel Discussion and Q&A
Venue: PwC300 Madison Avenue
(corner of 42nd Street)
New York, NY 10017
Thank you for your support.
The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida
and Osorio Internacional cordially invite you to a workshop and reception on
Litigation in the United States
Court's Jurisdiction over Foreigners
Differences between Arbitration and Litigation
Presented by: Carlos Osorio
Carlos F. Osorio is an attorney based in Miami, Florida, founder of Osorio Internacional. Osorio is tri-lingual (English, Spanish and Portuguese) and has practiced as an attorney in Miami since 2002, focusing mainly on international disputes from international commercial disputes, trust disputes, shareholder battles, marital disputes, intellectual property disputes, to frauds, currency frauds and assisting in criminal investigations. He earned an advanced specialization from The Florida Bar in international law and is the immediate past Chairman of The International Law Section of The Florida Bar (2018-2019).
Osorio Internacional is an English-Portuguese-Spanish speaking law firm in downtown Miami. Osorio Internacional specializes in business disputes, including litigation and arbitration, as well as general advisory services for businesses, providing a cost effective and personalized service.
The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (BACCF) is an independent, non-profit business organization founded in 1981. Our mission is to foster business relations and partnerships in order to increase trade and investments between Brazil and South Florida.
MARINA HO, ANNE DU PLANTY, RYOHEI MATSUMOTO & JEREMIE REBOURGEARD
galerie bruno massa is thrilled to participate for its second time at ART FUTURE in San Want Hotel & Fubon International Conference Center in Taipei.
Following the great success last year, the far is holding a second hotel fair from January 17-19 this year to continue with the promotion of French & Japanese contemporary art in Asia.
Our presentation for this fair celebrates very talented artists as Marina Ho, Ryohei Matsumoto, Anne du Planty & Jérémie Rebourgeard.
Presenting “New Media Art Section”, “Young & Emerging Section” and “ART FUTURE PRIZE” for every Emerging Artists in Asia. FORMOSA ART FUTURE is found by Formosa Art Fair Co., Ltd, the first professional art group organizing art fairs in Taiwan. Formerly was the Department of Exhibitions of Galerie Grand Siècle and has a long and substantial record of engagement in contemporary art and experience. Formosa Art Fair Co., Ltd had organized plenty of International Art Show, for example "FORMOSA 101 ART FAIR," "FORMOSA ART SHOW," "ART KAOHSIUNG", " Tokyo Front Line ", " Cologne ART.FAIR " taking place in Taipei, Kaohsiung, Tokyo, Cologne , also the founder of " YOUNG ART TAIPEI ". Currently it is the executive committee of ART FORMOSA, ART KAOHSIUNG and FOMOSA ART FUTURE.
將於 2019/1/17 到來的 - 2020 ART FUTURE 藝術未來, 以亞洲當代新銳藝術為核心，係一結合當代藝術博覽會與國際獎項的藝術盛會。大苑藝術為台灣策展公司，亦為台灣第一個專業的藝術博覽會策展團隊。 前身為新苑藝術經紀顧問股份有限公司，具國內主導創辦Young Art Taipei、Photo Taipei，以及 德國科隆ART.FAIR藝術博覽會”台灣當代藝術平台” 等經驗。現主辦第七屆高雄藝術博覽會、以及四屆的ART FORMOSA，具有台灣最豐富的藝術博覽會辦展經驗。
ART FUTURE INFO
Friday, January 17 | 2 pm - 10 pm
Regular Days Saturday, January 18 | 11 am - 7 pm Sunday, November 19 | 11 am - 7 pm
Location San Want Hotel No.172, Sec. 4, ZhongXiao East Road, Taipei, Taiwan