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SN Top 10: Instacart, Costco, Walmart top the week's headlines

In this week’s recap of the Top 10 most popular Supermarket News articles, the top story was Walmart Health plans to double in size in 2024. The new facilities will be approximately 5,750 square feet, located inside Walmart Supercenters, and will have a range of services including primary care, dental care, behavioral health, labs and X-ray, audiology and Walmart Health Virtual Care telehealth services.

Among other top stories:

  • 5 cool grocery innovations we saw on the NGA show floor
  • 5 things: Instacart pushes into Amazon and Walmart territory
  • Digital boom helps Kroger in Q4, FY 2022
  • Will Instacart Business launch Instacart to the top? That’s the goal.

In other news, an ongoing slump in e-commerce sales is just one of the factors behind a mixed second quarter financial report for Costco that came in slightly below expectations in terms of total revenue. Market experts also are claiming consumers are cooling off their spending when it comes to discretionary items due to inflation.

Other top stories:

  • WGA announces Woman of the Year award winner
  • Major retailers expected to announce sluggish earnings
  • Indoor farming, producers of salad kits, showing signs of struggle
  • Supermarkets capitalize on meal kit craze
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