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  • noun A grocery store that sells prepared meals, either for eating on site or taking home.


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Blend of grocery and restaurant.


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    The concept of blending a restaurant experience with the grocery experience has been around for decades, according to self-described “supermarket guru” and food service analyst Phil Lempert. But the changing perspectives millennials and generation Z-ers have toward food and shopping are pushing more supermarkets to make their stores feel more like experiential food destinations than mere shopping markets. Analysts like Lempert predict that these “grocerants” will become the new standard for grocery stores in the more health-conscience future.

    February 28, 2017

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    February 28, 2017

  • Come on bilby, you can do a better grocerant rant.

    March 1, 2017