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Stocks experienced substantial declines on Thursday, spurred by concerns surrounding possible tariff-related retaliation from China against U.S. giants such as Boeing (BA), while Facebook (FB) sunk further on data breach woes.
Many shoppers still prefer stores, and Blue Apron is tweaking its business model to reach that untapped pool of customers. Blue Apron (APRN) CEO Brad Dickerson confirmed that the New York-based meal-kit innovator will begin offering boxes of food in stores as well as through a subscription service. “The access to consumers is much broader in this avenue than the avenue we’ve been operating in the past,” he told The Wall Street Journal .
Blue Apron, which has struggled to hold onto customers amid growing competition and distribution issues, is set to bring its meals to supermarkets.
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Weight Watchers (WTW) just announced a new line of retail kitchenware and meal-prep kit offerings as part of a larger goal to expand beyond its membership-based weight-loss program.
It's a busy week for meal kits. Weight Watchers will launch meal kits in grocery stories after Walmart announced a big rollout. Blue Apron hit a record low.
Shares of Blue Apron Holdings Inc. fell 17.1% in Thursday trading after Weight Watchers International Inc. said that it would be rolling out its own meal kits. Weight Watchers plans to unveil its kits ...
Blue Apron Holdings Inc., which launched in 2012, is touted as the most well-known of the brands. Weight Watchers International Inc. (WTW), of which Winfrey is a board member and investor, is launching a line of “quick-prep” kits to be sold in grocery stores. "We know people today need the tools, inspiration and community to develop healthy habits in their day-to-day lives," said Weight Watchers chief executive Mindy Grossman.
The avocado purveyor recorded brisk revenue growth and healthy earnings in the first quarter of its 2018 fiscal year.