Today's shoppers, especially those in urban areas, want a quicker yet still quality grocery store experience, and brands like Whole Foods are providing it

Urban consumers are searching for quicker alternatives to traditional, large-format grocery stores. By implementing smaller formats, brands can meet both the demands of a supermarket and the needs of shoppers who want to grab what they need and go. These are the brands are changing what consumers can expect inside the modern grocery shopping experience, catering to consumer desire for convenient yet quality & curated options from their favorite brands.

Foxtrot Chicago-based convenience store Foxtrot offers a one-stop shop that pulls together a blend of dining, retail and grocery. Although each location varies slightly, most contain a wide selection of craft beer, coffee, grab-and-go food and groceries. Visitors can also sit at long communal tables with easy access to WiFi.

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