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Target looks to Good & Gather to define its grocery business

September 16, 2019

LAS VEGAS — When Target entered the grocery space just over a decade ago, the company saw incredible potential for growth and quickly turned it into a $15 billion business. But the rapid expansion into fresh food and beverage left the grocery department without much of a point of view, said Stephanie Lundquist, executive vice president of food and beverage at Target, during her keynote address at Groceryshop​ in Las Vegas.

“In the rest of the store, we were ‘Tar-zhay,’ but in food, we were simply functional or transactional,” said Lundquist.

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