‘UK retailers could follow US as ghost kitchens swoop into supermarkets’

Kitchen United Mix kitchen in a Kroger supermarket

Ghost kitchens are becoming an increasing part of the food retail landscape as grocers and restaurants compete for stomach share. Innovations in the US, from TikTok to Kroger, may inspire similar initiatives in the UK, says George MacDonald

The last two years have brought rapid change to traditional food retail models, with supermarkets and restaurants forced to adapt to pandemic conditions.

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