Month: May 2020

6 startups embracing D2C e-commerce & winning amid COVID19

We have seen some radical changes in the way people shop over the past few months. The dynamics to getting food on the table have altered dramatically, with long-queues, self-distancing rules and empty shelves, the shopping experience has become a nightmare for most, with many turning to online grocers for help. Direct-to-consumer (D2C) services are …

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5 tips for agrifood startups dealing with the COVID19 crisis

Covid-19 has caused mass disruption across the supply chain which has in turn threatened the supply of key food stuffs and ingredients. With investments threatened and intermediary players in limbo, where does business growth go from here? “Everything in business is slowing down, and we are finding farmers to be less responsive right now too,”.. “Is …

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The rise of specialized online retailers as covid drives DTC sales

Well-known e-commerce and wholesale channels like Amazon and Alibaba are bracing for a new spike in competition from consumer brands that offer higher quality and more specialized products through their own online retailers. Since the outbreak of  COVID-19 direct-to-consumer sales are experiencing a drive in sales, and will be for the foreseeable future. So why …

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From offline to online: disrupting the food retail map in Sweden

Exciting things are happening in the Nordics. MatHem; the market leader of online shopping in Sweden, is teaming up with a big local financial name in an effort to re-design the food retail map. MatHem is a big deal in Sweden, their delivery vans have become a normal sight in the countrys urban centers, but …

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Restaurant suppliers are selling to consumers as D2C models take off

They say it takes three of something to become a trend, so it seems like restaurant suppliers selling directly to consumers is officially a trend. In the past few months a number of software providers have created platforms that allow restaurants to purchase food from their suppliers. Choco, Cheetah, Pepper and DineMarket now all provide marketplaces to connect restaurant …

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