Retail Roundup—Prime heads to Canada; PetSmart delivers in 23 states

Amazon Prime EBT
Amazon Prime is now available for Canadian customers.

Food focus triples sales for Dollar General

Dollar General's focus on food in store remodels has generated three to four times the sales of typical remodels. The retailer completed 185 remodels in the first half of the year, which included the test of fresh produce and around seven new cooler doors per location. (Supermarket News)

Amazon Prime heads to Canada

Amazon's one- and two-hour membership delivery service, Prime Now, will be available in Canada later in 2017. The pilot program will start in Toronto and Vancouver with possible expansion. (Canadian Grocer)

PetSmart will now deliver across 23 states

PetSmart.com announced a partnership with Deliv to expand its same-day delivery service in 33 markets across 23 states. PetSmart immediately notifies Deliv when a same-day or scheduled online order is placed. Deliv then picks up the items from the nearest PetSmart location, turning the retail store into localized fulfillment resources. (Globe Newswire)

Menswear is bright spot for Lululemon

Lululemon experienced yet another quarter of growth, boosted across several categories including menswear and outerwear. The men's business is expected to reach $1 billion in annual sales by 2020. (MarketWatch)