Grocery Essay Topics

Kool-Aid

In 1927, a man by the name of Edwin Perkins created the very popular product know today as Kool-Aid. Kool-Aid was a popular drink mix right from the beginning which was sold in 6 different flavors to wholesale grocery, candy and other suitable markets (The History of Kool-Aid, 2012). In 1929, Perkins and his family… View Article

Grocery Gateway: Customer Delivery Operations

Grocery Gateway was founded in 1997, by Bill Ni Nardo. In 2001, Grocery Gateway was Canada’s largest direct online grocer, providing a selection of 6,500 items from the GroceryGateway.com website. Nature of the Business: Grocery Gateway offers food products with a delivery service competing in the grocery industry. The service is offered to residents in… View Article

Food Waste in America

40% of the food America produces is wasted.1 Have you ever thought of how much food you waste a day? The average American wastes about 250 pounds of food every year.2 That’s about $600 dollars worth of food.3 Imagine what you could do with $600.00. No one notices what is in the back of their… View Article

Case Brief Trader Joes

Trader Joe’s, originally a local Californian chain store that offers uncommon groceries at low prices and that focus on a niche market of cultured and urbane clientele had a cautious growth during its first years and after it was acquired by a family that owned one of Germany’s most successful grocery chains expanded to 414… View Article

Ikea SWOT analysis

1. Customer knowledge: one of the key competitive advantages IKEA has the deep knowledge about the customer. The company understands the purchasing factors that influence customers to buy and implements the best practices to induce that decision. IKEA offers low prices and a huge range of products. Designers constantly introduce new design products that look… View Article

Whole Foods Market

John Mackey cofounder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) founded Whole Foods in 1980 with the purpose of providing organic foods to the grocery shopping public. This started a movement over the next 30 years that has brought organic foods to the common shoppers in many markets around the U. S. that had only been previously… View Article