The COVID-19 pandemic made 2020 quite an eventful year for supermarkets and grocery chains. The likes of Walmart, Costco, Dollar General and Target adapted quickly to changing consumer behavior by offering several contactless delivery options. They also ramped up efforts to ensure adequate supply as Americans stockpiled groceries and essentials amid lockdown fears. What's more, the retail space saw unprecedented e-commerce sales. It would be unfair to expect top-line growth rates experienced during the lockdowns to repeat this year. That said, Wall Street experts see continued upside in certain retailers even as the pandemic tailwinds subside.
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