Try as Amazon might, it’s not taking over the grocery industry overnight. Despite their sprawling store layouts, winding checkout lines and unpredictable inventories, traditional grocery stores — all the way down to small regional chains — are picking up tools from the e-commerce playbook and giving the Amazons and Walmarts of the world a run for their money.

As a result, $640 billion grocery market will look much different in 2019 than the typical stop-and-shop format we’re used to, thanks to a push to update store networks, delivery capabilities and customer service for the digital age.

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