Experience is Crucial in the Grocery Store of the Future
from Progressive Grocer
Think click-and-collect is cutting-edge? Think again. How about a supermarket that shoppers can actually drive through — not up to a pickup window, but right up to the shelves? A Russian inventor holds a patent for such a concept, which has made the rounds on social media. Shopping motorists actually pick products off rotating shelves from behind the driver's seat, dropping items onto a conveyor belt that whisks them off to checkout, where the shoppers pay their bills and speed away, without ever getting out of their cars.
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