Fresh Food Ordering Success
In the convenience shop industry's digital-first era, ordering accuracy is crucial.
By Ryan Brookes
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Customers are less inclined to order digitally from a merchant again if they had a terrible experience.
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Ordering inventory for a foodservice operation is equally important as taking customer orders.
According to a recent Convenience Store News webinar sponsored by Applied Data Corp., c-store operators have little tolerance for error (ADC).
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A quarter of c-store sales (23%) and 36% of earnings are related to foodservice, according to ADC data.
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Unmanaged foodservice can rapidly lose income. 35% of retail food is wasted. Investing in attempts to reduce this number will boost profitability.
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