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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Retail'

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Retailers bid farewell to layaway, as shoppers embrace buy now, pay later options  

 

Supply chains are snarled and manufacturing is constrained. For weeks, headlines have been telegraphing a clear message to shoppers: This holiday season shop early.

In years past, early bird shoppers may have turned to layaway plans to reserve holiday gifts and pay for the purchases over time. But many retailers — including the nation’s largest, Wallyworld — have done away with or scaled back these programs. One reason is shoppers have new tools at their disposal to spread out payments.

Retailers bid farewell to layaway

Target Plans To Keep Stores Closed On Thanksgiving For Good

Online stores are set to let shoppers keep unwanted Christmas gifts AND give them a refund

Tags: $, Business, Campaign, Holidays, Payment, Product, Purchase, Refund, Retail, Shopping

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30-Dec-2021


Twitter blows up after IKEA “unveiled” a shocking bisexual loveseat for Pride 

 

IKEA Canada has launched a Pride campaign, LOVE SEAT, featuring “10 loveseats inspired by different Pride flags.” It doesn’t appear the loveseats are actually available for sale (yet), and they were actually designed by LGBTQ designers from Canada.

Twitter blows up after IKEA “unveiled” a shocking bisexual loveseat for Pride

California bans state-funded travel to five states with anti-LGBTQ laws

Tags: Ban, Business, LGBTQ, Politics, Product, Retail, Support, Travel

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29-Jun-2021


JoAnn Fabrics Employees Are Furious They're Working in Crowded Stores After the Company Declared Itself ‘Essential’ 

 

Well-intentioned crafters have been flocking to JoAnn Fabrics this week for free, do-it-yourself mask and gown kits so they can make crucial medical gear that’s currently in short supply at hospitals treating coronavirus patients around the country.

But several employees who spoke to VICE News felt the company hadn’t considered their health and safety — or their customers’ — before making the decision to declare stores “essential,” remain open during states’ lockdowns, and launch an effort to draw even more shoppers.

At one store location in Colorado Springs, employees even picketed outside their store Wednesday. They stood a safe distance apart while holding signs that read “our health over their profit” and “fair wages for retail workers.”

Vice

Tags: $, All Rights, Business, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Fear, Health, Retail, Safety, Support, Treatment, Vulnerable

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27-Mar-2020


Target’s next-day essentials delivery service opens to customers in pilot test 

 

Target announced this morning it’s opening to consumers a new, next-day home-delivery service called Target Restock. The company said in May the service was live and being tested with company employees ahead of a consumer-facing pilot program that was due to arrive sometime this summer. The service is initially available to Minneapolis-area customers, which is near Target headquarters.

Target Restock is meant to rival Amazon’s Prime Pantry, as it also offers the ability for online shoppers to fill a box of everyday essentials online — many of which would be otherwise prohibitive to ship individually, like detergent, sodas, dog food, etc.

With Prime Pantry, customers can fill a box up to 45 pounds for a flat rate of $5.99, which is otherwise shipped for free for Prime members, as long as it has at least five qualifying items. However, the boxes are not available for expedited shipping — due to their size and weight, they’re shipped using ground shipping.

Techcrunch

Tags: Choices, Community, Dedication, Delivery, Environment, Food, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Product, Program, Retail, Stepping Up, Tech

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27-Jun-2017


2-ton Target ball pulls an 'Indiana Jones' and rolls through parking lot 

 

The big red balls outside of Target stores are supposed to protect shoppers from runaway cars, but what is there to protect shoppers from runaway balls?

Shopper Eileen Grady's Nissan Rouge was dented by one of the 2-ton boulders when a pickup truck dislodged it, and the rogue ball rolled into the side of her moving car.

In surveillance footage recovered by the parking lot camera of the Paramus, New Jersey store, the red ball is seen being set free after the pickup hits it and it rolls into the parking lot, ramming into Grady's car. The ball continues to roll until one brave hero and his trusty pup stop it and roll it back towards the store with the help of two other shoppers.

Mashable

Tags: Environment, Fear, Really?, Reckless, Retail, Warning

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05-Feb-2017


There’s a Pokémon in my restaurant, and business is booming 

 

Pokémania is running wild throughout New York, as players of the world’s hottest video-game app go on scavenger hunts that include trespassing, office feuds and walking head-on into poles.

The Pokémon Go game is even helping some city pizzerias roll in the dough as owners figure out ways to rig the game to draw in business.

“The amount of people has been astonishing,” said Tom Lattanzio, the owner of L’inizio Pizza Bar in Long Island City, Queens. “All day long, from afternoon to evening this past weekend.”

L’inizio’s manager, Sean Benedetti, says he paid $10 to have a dozen of the Pokémon characters lured to the store. It drew in so many players, the shop’s business went up 75 percent.

“We had people come down, sit down and get a couple beers and play the Pokémon game,” Benedetti told The Post.

The free app is one of a new breed of augmented-reality games, in which players use their phones’ GPS to travel around the real world while interacting with virtual characters.

NY Post

Tags: Community, Entertainment, Environment, Food, Product, Really?, Retail, Service, Social Media, Tech

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13-Jul-2016


Retailers suffer week from hell 

 

Retail’s hell week ended with a collective thud on Friday.

At least half a dozen of the county’s largest retailers, including Macy’s, Nordstrom and JCPenney, saw their shares pummeled by investors after they reported disappointing results in the first quarter.

Shoppers were just not spending money at malls, it turned out.

NY Post

Tags: Finance, Retail

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16-May-2016