NORWALK, Conn. — Amazon's $13.7 billion proposed purchase of Whole Foods will shake up the food industry as the retail giant brings technology and delivery to the table, the president of Norwalk-based Stew Leonard's told NBC Connecticut.
Stew Leonard Jr. said his chain of dairy stores has been looking at new delivery options and more prepared foods — as demanded by millennial customers, NBC Connecticut reported.
Stew's built its business on enticing customers to enjoy its stores, including those in Danbury and Norwalk, with fun displays, fresh produce, a butcher's counter and bakery, NBC Connecticut said.
But the Amazon model could change that as shopping styles change to quick pickup and delivery, Leonard told NBC Connecticut.
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