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Customers are really looking for restaurant quality that they can just take home and eat and serve.” A big reason people shop Stew Leonards is for the in-store experience: it’s a place that showcases local seasonal foods, farm to table offerings, and gourmet foods being prepared right in front of you. “We do a lot of manufacturing on site like making our own fresh mozzarella balls —customers love to watch those being made,” Leonard said. “And we don’t label them with the date they were made, but the hour." Stew Leonard’s locations each tout a “farmers market” feel, Leonard says, adding that this vibe appeals to millennials because not only does that age group have a deep appreciation eating mindfully, they’re partial to experiences. If they’re going to spend half an hour in a grocery store, they want to discover new things and sample interesting foods, and essentially, get what they can’t get on their phones. Of course, customers also want a good deal, and yes, Amazon often has the best deals, and it’s really tough for supermarkets to top those deals, which is part of what makes the acquisition of Whole Foods so scary. One strategy that has been working so far is around developing unique and inexpensive products under a private label. These private label choices are often more affordable that the brand name stuff, and more interesting to the curious yet cost-conscious millennial — especially at Trader Joe’s where there’s an emphasis on less traditionally American foods (consider the Italian-inspired products it sells under its "Trader Giotto’s" line; or the Mexican cuisine under "Trader Jose’s"). Not only do people go crazy for this stuff that they can’t get anywhere else, and that isn’t sold online, they may feel a cozy sense of community they don’t get from an Amazon Prime or Blue Apron subscription. And it’s critical that businesses optimize the qualities that don’t make them comparable to Amazon or Blue Apron — but that set them apart. “The grocery stores that are merely copying them probably won’t survive." said Junfeng Jiao, an assistant professor in the community and regional planning program at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture.
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