By Catherine Douglas Moran
Source: Grocery Dive
As grocers have increasingly embraced technology, their efforts to get creative and try new things haven’t always panned out.
Some vendor relationships seem great at the start but don’t end up lasting long-term. Some tech innovations that were in hot demand a few years ago have fizzled out as they no longer meet consumer needs or pose insurmountable logistical challenges.
Failure can seem scary, but it’s normal. Breakups and dead ends are OK. For an industry that’s rapidly evolving and celebrating new launches, trials and tie-ups along the way, Grocery Dive is here with the reminder that some things just don’t end up working out.