Retail Roundup—SpartanNash offers curbside, Fresh Market rebrands

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Instacart has expanded delivery in Pennsylvania, including orders from Whole Foods Market, Wegmans and Costco.

Flipkart makes new offer for Snapdeal

Flipkart has made a revised bid of $950 million to acquire Snapdeal in an effort to complete the merger between India’s two largest e-commerce providers. Snapdeal originally rejected Flipkart’s $850 million offer but is eager to create a strong local competitor to Amazon. (Bloomberg)

Fresh Market’s rebrand

Fresh Market is looking to rebrand from a specialty store to a full-line grocery provider. The move into traditional grocery is being marketed at stores this month as the chain rolls out lower prices and a greater selection under new parent company Apollo Global Management. (Supermarket News)

Instacart delivers Wegmans, Whole Foods, Costco in PA

Instacart began delivery service to 206,000 households in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Customers can now access same-day delivery from retailers such as Wegmans, Whole Foods and Costco, no membership required. (The Morning Call)

SpartanNash to offer curbside pickup

SpartanNash has launched Fast Lane, a new grocery click-and-collect program in Grandville, Michigan. The program will expand to 25 stores throughout the state in 2017, with plans to serve 50 stores in nine states in 2018. (Holland Sentinel)

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