Mexican grocery chain wegmans is selling more goods online than in stores

Mexican grocery giant Wegmans (Nasdaq: WGM) announced that its online shopping business has surpassed 100 million unique visits. 

“The company is currently operating at a growth rate of over 40% year over year and expects to double that next year,” said Sebastian Tzion, executive vice president of global retail operations for Wegmas, in a press release. 

The news comes as wegmas continues to focus on expanding into a growing segment of the U.S. market, which is dominated by online grocery.

The company is already the largest online grocery provider in the United States, with sales of over $1 billion a year, according to MarketWatch. 

Wegmans has been able to do this by focusing on its stores in the U., but it has also been able to tap into other segments in the country. 

In May, wegmas bought a stake in e-commerce giant Shopclues, which was founded in 2008 and has over 1.4 million shoppers. 

ShopClues sells merchandise and accessories on the web and through brick-and-mortar stores, and operates more than 200 stores. 

Tzion said that wegams expansion into the U is part of its efforts to compete with larger companies in the online retail space. 

According to Wall Street Journal, we gams stores sell merchandise on more than 1,200 websites across multiple categories. 

As part of its expansion plans, Wegs is also looking to expand into health care, food service, and more. 

 Tzan said in the release that we will soon begin selling items in the stores that are more than $20 per person. 

You can read the full press release below. 

Via GigaOM

How to get a discount on food at your local grocery store

A lotte, the nation’s second largest supermarket chain, is offering discounts on many items on its shelves this week, offering a 25 percent discount to customers who purchase items from its online store.

A lotte spokesperson told Newsweek that it had recently expanded its discount program to include all groceries on its website, which can be found on its app.

The offer comes a day after Whole Foods Market, the largest grocery store chain in the United States, announced its own food discount program, with the goal of offering up to 20 percent off its grocery items.

The Whole Foods program is available to customers of all sizes, and includes all groceries that Whole Foods sells at participating stores.

A lote spokesperson said that the program is being rolled out in a limited amount of stores across the country, but declined to provide a breakdown on how many locations were participating.

How did we get here? Jusgo grocery store closes store after police clash

JUSGO, N.M. — The New Mexico Walmart opened Tuesday, but its demise is still being closely watched.

The company is shutting its doors after a confrontation with police.

Jusgo store owner Scott Bieler was arrested Thursday on suspicion of felony aggravated assault and battery of a law enforcement officer after a fight broke out with officers.

Bieler’s son was among those injured in the altercation.

He’s expected to be released from the hospital Friday.

The Walmart has been a local fixture since opening in 2008, but the local chain has struggled with its size.

Walmart’s stores are mostly located in the state of New Mexico.

New jersey and jersey store owners to sue as NSW crackdown on fake goods and online scams intensifies

New jersey store owner David Whelan is set to file a complaint against some of the state’s biggest supermarkets over their involvement in the online fraud known as “tokens” scam.

A group of retail owners and retailers have launched a class action lawsuit against the supermarkets, alleging that they were complicit in the operation and profits of the scam.

“It’s the latest and the most significant case to come out of the NSW Government,” said Mr Whelans lawyer, Chris Smith.

The group, including a number of retail businesses including A&C, Cargill and The Gap, will allege that they paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in fraudulent proceeds to a number, including online fraudsters, in exchange for items such as fake jerseys and T-shirts.””

I’m sure there will be a lot of legal action and they will lose.”

The group, including a number of retail businesses including A&C, Cargill and The Gap, will allege that they paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in fraudulent proceeds to a number, including online fraudsters, in exchange for items such as fake jerseys and T-shirts.

“As the NSW Premier said last year, NSW has no more T-shirt shops,” Mr Whelpans lawyer said.

“We are now suing more than 200 retailers in NSW, who have been operating without any regulations, without any oversight and without any enforcement.”

There is a lack of accountability and the NSW Attorney-General has not put in place any guidelines, policies, or processes to prevent this.

“The Premier has previously indicated that the NSW Police would not be pursuing cases against the major retailers involved in the scheme, despite the ongoing investigation.

In the complaint, Mr Whelps claims that the retailers involved “watered down” the legitimate sales in exchange “for a small percentage of fraudulent proceeds”.”

The retail business community has been left behind by the NSW government, and we’re asking them to come back and put in the same standards and the same policies they should have put in in the first place,” he said.

The groups claim that the retail businesses involved have been paid by online buyers from the fraudsters in exchange of fake jerseys or T-Shirts.”

When you’re selling a product that has a price of $40 for a jersey, and you’re offering $40 in merchandise to a $60 customer for $100, you’re not paying the full value of that product, and that’s what’s happening in this case,” Mr Smith said.

Topics:consumer-finance,business-economics-and-franchise-business,consumer-protection,law-crime-and‑justice,consumer,fraud-and_consumer-safety,sri-lanka,newcastle-2300,nsw,vicSource: News Corp Australia