History and future of grocery stores

Supermarkets Have a Millennial Problem, and Suburbia Is to Blame

A key element of a walkable neighborhood is some place to pick up a loaf of bread or some eggs. This article discusses how grocery stores are changing, and also includes some interesting history of how driver-friendly grocery stores came to be.

In the 1910s, the auto industry took off in Los Angeles’ fast-growing residential areas—but since parking lots and street parking weren’t widespread, families with cars couldn’t use them to run daily errands.
— Linda Poon, City Lab