The next time you find yourself searching for the perfect bag of household essentials at the supermarket, look no further than your favorite store.
In a recent report by the National Retail Federation, Nordstrom’s was named the second most efficient store in the country, behind only Costco, for its customers to buy their groceries online.
In its first quarter of the year, Nordstrakes shoppers bought $4,049,834 worth of groceries online, and the company has a $2.9 billion annual revenue.
In a similar report last year, the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS), said that Nordstrom was second in sales for online shopping, behind Target, in terms of sales.
The NACS also found that shoppers were more than twice as likely to order groceries online than at the store, and that it received the lowest mark of any retail chain.
The grocery giant also ranked #2 on the list of grocery stores that spend the most on online inventory.
Nordstrom has also gained attention for its customer service.
The company has raised the bar for its store associates by introducing new products and promotions, including its #FreeBags campaign.
Even more impressive, the company also earned the second highest score in the 2017 Customer Satisfaction Index from the American Customer Satisfactorys Index (ACSI).
In 2018, the ACSI named Nordstrom the #3 most customer-friendly retailer.
It has also been praised by many of the top consumers in the world, who have described Nordstrom as “the most convenient place to buy a bag of food in the United States.”
The New York Times has even gone so far as to call the company “a national treasure.”