Tesco Is Experimenting With Checkout-Free Stores And Meal Kits

Tesco Is Experimenting With Checkout-Free Stores And Meal Kits
Food & Beverage

Tesco is developing the new services based on the idea that for brick-and-mortar stores to stay alive, service offerings need to expand

Jiwon Kim
  • 26 october 2017

Recently, Amazon acquired Whole Foods, opening up questions of what the future of supermarkets may look like. British supermarket chain Tesco is also keeping this question in his mind. The CEO stated that the company is experimenting with different ideas to see what they might include in its services.

Since meal kits are becoming popular and Amazon is trying to change the brick-and-mortar shopping experience to be more convenient, Tesco is trying out these ideas as well. Checkout-free stores is also an option. However, they have decided not to release anything unless the company decides to implement any new ideas to each of their 3,600 stores.

Tesco

Recently, Amazon acquired Whole Foods, opening up questions of what the future of supermarkets may look like. British supermarket chain Tesco is also keeping this question in his mind. The CEO stated that the company is experimenting with different ideas to see what they might include in its services.

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