Retail Roundup—Starbucks expands grocery rewards, Costco delivers in Florida

Starbucks loyalty program members can now earn rewards points on more grocery items. (Starbucks)

Starbucks expands rewards for grocery items

Starbucks has expanded the number of items it offers in grocery stores that are eligible for coffee rewards points. Now shoppers can earn points towards the Starbucks loyalty program when buying Starbucks K-cups, ready-to-serve drinks and multi-serve chilled coffees. (The Seattle Times
 

Shipt delivers in Florida

Shipt has teamed up with Costco to bring delivery service to customers in several cities in Florida. Now established in the state, Shipt will also offer delivery from Publix and ABC Fine Wine & Spirits. (AL.com)
 

AmazonFresh comes to Germany

Amazon has introduced delivery of fresh groceries for Prime members in Berlin and Potsdam. This is Amazon’s second biggest market outside of the United States. AmazonFresh launched in London last year. (Reuters)


Victoria’s Secret same-store sales drop 12%

L Brands comparable store sales fell 5% last quarter. One of the biggest hits came from its Victoria’s Secret brand, which saw comparable sales drop 12% due to a decline in lingerie sales and the retailer's exit from swimsuit and apparel sales. (The Columbus Dispatch)

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