News and information on merchandising and trends in retail pharmacies at Meijer.
Following a pilot program that sliced food waste at test stores by more than 10%, Meijer is expanding the sustainability effort to its 246 stores by the end of 2020.
Meijer is piloting the Flashfood app, which allows customers to purchase food nearing its best-buy date at 50% off, in its Detriot supercenters.
For National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Oct. 26, Meijer is reminding consumers that disposal kiosks are available at its 246 pharmacy supercenters.
The Midwest discounter is implementing the Dematic microfulfillment solution, which is designed to help retailers address consumer demand for rapid online order fulfillment in a small footprint.
Meijer is celebrating 85 years in business with an .85 cents promotion that will have products on sale for various prices that end in .85 cents.
Meijer has completed a 15-month rollout of its Shop & Scan mobile checkout solution at all its 246 stores across the Midwest.
Meijer’s Shop & Scan mobile shopping app, which allows shoppers to shop and bag as they go, is now available as a checkout option in all its Ohio locations.
Meijer has been named a Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion by the 2019 Disability Equality Index, the company said.
Meijer, a pioneer of the supercenter concept, continues to push forward with expansion of its core one-stop-shopping format while also experimenting with other retail designs.
Meijer announced recently that its Consumer Drug Take-Back Program has collected more than four tons of unwanted medications across the Midwest.
Meijer announced that it will open its new Avon, Mentor and Stow locations on Tuesday, May 14.
Shop & Scan, which allows shoppers to personalize their experience by purchasing items how they want and when they want, now is available throughout Chicago and Northwest Indiana areas.
Meijer's Home Delivery service, which is fulfilled by Shipt, will now feature a pickup option in 227 supercenters across six states in the Midwest.
CVS Health, Meijer, Walgreens and Walmart all earned a top score of 100% on the Disability Equality Index, or DEI, which recognizes outstanding disability inclusion efforts.