SABER, a nonprofit dedicated to getting businesses back in business faster after an emergency, has recently partnered with FMI to make it easier for food retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers to share their operational status and needs with government agencies to influence recovery priorities.
This webinar explores how online shopping, desires for health and well-being and the quest for transparency can all be consumer expressions of personalization.
AFFI and FMI provide opportunities for manufacturers and retailers to get involved in National Family Meals Month.
This webinar takes a deep dive into how the changing landscape of consumer options for purchasing fresh foods is reshaping shopper perceptions and preferences.
FMI’s 2019 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends study conducted by The Hartman Group focuses aims to understand the myths and opportunities of personalization in the grocery retail experience. Participants should view this webinar in order to: Learn how and why consumers personalize eating and shopping Explore what shoppers want and expect from retailers Understand how far shoppers are willing to go to receive more personalized
This webinar presents an overview of key grocery shopping trend and explores consumers’ perceptions of the current food retail environment.
IRI and FMI share how different channels impact fresh, the regions that are performing well and those that aren't.
This webinar reviews the first ever Power of Bakery report and how consumers shop both the aisle and the in-store bakery.
This webinar examines how diets and health consciousness impact the transparency imperative.
This webinar dives into findings from the Power of Seafood report--the first report in the series to explore shopper’s perceptions, attitudes and behaviors regarding seafood.
This webinar reviews the findings from the fourth annual Power of Produce report.
This webinar presents findings from the 2019 edition of the Power of Meat. The 14th edition of the study takes a step back from the tactical execution at the meat case to gain a better understanding of how meat fits into the changing food landscape.
The joy of cultivation and nourishment is the opportunity for a fruitful harvest. During our final interactive online learning experience on transparency, we will assess what our harvest is shaping up to look like – are our organizations meeting your customers’ desire for greater trust-building transparency? Participants will be introduced to The Transparency Index – The Standard for Trust, to form an organizational plan that can increase their harvest.
In this 1st of 2 webinars, participants learn how retailers use supply chain optimization technology to not only enhance visibility into operations but make better data-driven decisions about store delivery, staffing and more to minimize costs and deliver great customer service.
Just as farmers continually nourish the crops they cultivate, during this interactive online learning experience we will nourish our organizations’ ability to meet our customers’ and stakeholders’ desire for greater trust-building transparency about the foods they enjoy. Participants will operationalize the elements that define trust-building transparency – motivations, disclosure, stakeholder participation, relevance and more.
Cultivate your understanding and knowledge of what the research on trust-building transparency is telling us and how we can begin to apply key learnings within our organizations.
In the second of three webinars on transparency, you will find steps need to further embrace transparency; relay information beyond just ingredients; understand the specific needs of key shopper groups; meet the increased expectations of online shoppers; and track changing consumer preferences as this trend progresses.
This webinar examines many aspects of transparency and provides guidance for industry next steps.
This final installment of the 2018 Top Trends in Fresh webinar series focuses on how CPG manufacturers and retailers can view and navigate this complex environment through the lens of the consumer in order to achieve new growth in the perimeter.
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