BURLINGAME, Calif., Sept. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hot on the heels of Amazon’s “delivery-only” store launch in Brooklyn, online grocer Farmstead announced today that in addition to expanding its own “Farmstead” brand nationally, it’s now making its in-house grocery delivery software Grocery OS available to other national and regional grocers, to help those grocers combat Amazon’s national threat.
Grocery OS instantly boosts the delivery capacity and profitability of any grocer-controlled pickup/delivery fulfillment operation (whether from an existing public store, new dark store or delivery-only warehouse). It also enables grocers to manage their own marketing, order picking, packing and delivery operations.
A Top 3 US grocer has already implemented Grocery OS, which helped them rapidly and inexpensively expand delivery capacity in multiple regional markets on the East Coast.
“As COVID-19 drives skyrocketing online grocery adoption, many grocers are realizing that a new way forward is required immediately,” said Pradeep