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A growing number of grocery retailers are building automated micro-fulfillment centers (MFCs) to help support automated fulfillment for delivery and, especially, curbside pickup, which has taken off in the past year.

With MFCs, retailers look to fill a growing need

Leading grocery chains get on board with automated micro-fulfillment centers to answer the demand of surging e-commerce

Given lockdown and quarantine measures for consumers over the course of 2020, it was little surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic drove an explosion in grocery e-commerce that is likely to continue even long after this crisis.

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