Retail Radar: Southeastern Grocers, Target and Instacart

Dollar General Better For You

Path to Purchase Institute members have access to regularly updated profiles that cover all aspects of the top retailers in the U.S. Read on for a sampling of the latest updates. Members can click the links for additional info on each topic.

Southeastern Grocers Click and Collect

The regional grocery chain is adding a curbside pickup option to nearly 300 Winn-Dixie and Harveys locations.

Target Eyes E-Commerce Growth

The retailer unveiled plans to invest $100 million to build six new sortation centers.

Instacart Adapts

As some retailers pull back on the fulfillment services they use from Instacart, the company is diversifying its business in a variety of ways including the upcoming launch of an office supply storefront.

Dollar General Keeps Getting “Better”

The retailer continues to build on its “DG Better For You” strategic initiative, directing shoppers to healthier grocery items (and recipes utilizing them) both online and in-store.

Earnings Are In

Ace Hardware, Home Depot, Sam’s Club and Walmart have released their year-end financial results.