Are cashless stores the future of grocery?

Are cashless stores the future of grocery?

Some ecommerce retailers have sought to transfer their digital efficiency to bricks-and-mortar stores - offering a "cashless" experience. Retail Gazette looks at how a "just walk out" shopping trip could appeal to Brits in a post-Covid world. Some ecommerce retailers have sought to transfer their digital efficiency to bricks-and-mortar stores - offering a "cashless" experience. Retail Gazette looks at how a "just walk out" shopping trip could appeal to Brits in a post-Covid world. The rise in online shopping has been a growing trend in retail for years now, but the Covid-19 pandemic – with people forced to stay at home against a backdrop of various lockdown restrictions – saw an acceleration in the number of people moving to this form of retail.

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