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Edible Blooms spreads joy with new community initiatives

Online gift store Edible Blooms has just launched two community initiatives – Hampers in Hand and Smile Bandits.

The frontline heroes of FMCG

With workers across the industry going above and beyond to provide essential items to the community, let’s honour the #FMCGFrontlineHeroes.

“It’s creative and scrappy” – Plant-based meat start-up fast-tracks into online retail

With COVID-19 resulting in the shutdown of restaurants and cafes, Fable Food Co takes a leap into e-commerce.

Catch reports near 300 per cent increase on sales of household goods

Traffic to Catch’s grocery pages rises 467 per cent as consumers gravitate online.

Coles opens three pop-up distribution centres to meet demand, and there’s more to come

Supermarket giant places 7000 staff in two weeks, with a further 5000 jobs on offer across supermarkets, liquor, online, supply chain and bakeries.

Woolies introduces ‘Basics Box’ as part of online efforts

Woolworths is rolling out an $80 box of basic groceries which includes meals, snacks and a few essential items.

Brownes Dairy brings back the milkman

Brownes ‘Milko’ overwhelmed by demand for deliveries of milk, yoghurt and juice to WA households.

Online groceries during the pandemic – a solution?

The necessary adjustments in picking and delivery for a successful online grocery service in difficult times.

How the switch from frozen to fresh catapulted My Muscle Chef to the forefront of ready meals market

Tushar Menon talks muscling his way into the convenience market with healthy and tasty meal options.

This week in FMCG

Catch up on the top stories from this week.