We are pleased to welcome Di Bruno Bros. to the FMI family. Since opening their first of five stores in 1939, family owned and operated Di Bruno Bros. offers nothing but the highest quality products and has become a staple in the city of Philadelphia, well known locally and nationally. Be part of an international network of retailers, wholesalers and suppliers working together to improve the food industry and benefit from FMI services and expertise. Learn More
Asset Protection - FMI offers multiple initiatives in the areas of loss prevention, risk management, workplace safety, crisis management, technology, and overall asset protection; people, reputation and property.Learn More
Health & Wellness - The Center for Retail Health & Wellness is a resource for in-store programs that address family health, nutrition and wellness promotion, education and related activities. Learn More
Food Safety - Food Safety Programs provides retailers and wholesalers the information and tools they need to ensure they are properly protecting consumers by selling safe and wholesome food. Learn More
Fresh Foods - Fresh stores emphasize perishables and offer center-store assortments that differ from those of traditional retailers—especially in the areas of ethnic, natural,and organic. Learn More
Private Brands - Providing a global forum for chief executives and their representatives to exchange ideas and information on future trends, current techniques and best practices. Learn More
Sustainability - FMI is developing the tools and resources you need most as you develop and implement your business sustainability strategies. Learn More
Supply Chain - Collaboration among food retailing industry professionals in the areas of logistics, transportation, distribution, warehousing, supply & demand planning, forecasting, purchasing and technology. Learn More
Technology - An all company approach as it relates to mobility, payments, data security, cloud computing, in-store innovation and social commerce. Learn More
Government Affairs - With a membership that reaches from the largest and the smallest one-store family company to the wholesalers that serve this industry, FMI has the unique ability to unite the entire food distribution community into a common voice. Learn More
Contact: Heather Garlich, 202-220-0616
FMI U.S. GROCERY SHOPPER TRENDS: NEW RESOURCES
AUGUST 6, 2014 - ARLINGTON, VA - Food Marketing Institute (FMI), the voice of the nation's food retailers, launched its U.S. Grocery Shopping Trends 2014 report in June and recently compiled additional resources related to the study's key findings. The report reveals dramatic changes in the consumer universe that have impacted the way food retailers do business. Visit www.FMI.org/Trends2014 and find:
Trends Infographic –An infographic that highlights the report's key findings.
Trends Video – A three-minute video on Trends, which is also available on FMI’s YouTube Channel.
Webinars and Recordings – Links to one completed webinar and the three upcoming webinars on the Trends report are available here.
The Report – Media can obtain a gratis copy of Trends by contacting Heather Garlich.
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