As we begin to anticipate, yearn, and prepare for the day when the COVID-19 pandemic does not dominate the horizon, an area where FMI is predicting an increase in consumer interest is regarding social justice issues and food.
As we begin to anticipate, yearn, and prepare for the day when the COVID-19 pandemic does not dominate the horizon, an area where FMI is predicting an increase in consumer interest is regarding social justice issues and food. We anticipate accelerated attention being given to food waste reduction, fair labor practices, food as medicine, animal welfare concerns and equal access to healthy food.
To Harold Lloyd, the three most important positions in a supermarket are: 1. The Store Manager. That’s easy to understand. 2. The Front End Manager. OK, I guess. 3. The Back Door Receiver. Wait. What? That’s right! No one else in the store has more impact on the store’s bottom line than these three people.
Join Harold Lloyd for a close-up tour of Flemington ShopRite. This outstanding store features leading edge elements you must see. Tour with Harold as he points out the big things that make the store unique as well as the little nuances that give it personality.
Ron Shebik, Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs at Hussmann, outlines how the EPA will have the authority to establish a national refrigerant HFC phase down plan due to recently passed legislation and some of the considerations industry suppliers are discussing as a possible framework for EPA review.
Susan Schwallie, president, Food and Beverage, at The NPD Group, says retailer success with foodservice will be important in the coming months, given the likelihood of ongoing pandemic restrictions on dine-in restaurants. Retailers that meet consumer needs now will be more likely to become go-to foodservice resources in the future.