In the 2021 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends report we explore the complex set of needs and aspirations among grocery shoppers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and their expectations for grocery shopping store as post-pandemic life takes shape.
Terrez Thompson, chair of Powered by Zerret, Inc. and retired executive of The Coca-Cola Company, and Natalie McGrady, Director of Supplier Diversity at Cargill discussed the business case for diversity in the supply chain during our next Digital Dialogues.
Chris Skyers, vice president of Own Brands for Wakefern Food Corp., and Brian George, owner of Alex Lee, Inc. discussed racial justice, inclusion and diversity and the food retail landscape during Digital Dialogues.
Jacquelyn Howard, vice president, global supply chain, The Starbucks Coffee Company, and Melissa Melshenker Ackerman, president of the Produce Alliance, discussed racial justice, inclusion and diversity in the food system during the first Digital Dialogues.
Sixty-four percent of omnichannel shoppers — those who buy both online and in-store — are making grocery purchase decisions based on diet or health-related programs that they or someone in their household is following. Explore key learnings related to health and well-being from FMI and Label Insight research.
During this webinar, part of the FMI and IRI ongoing “Top Trends in Fresh” series, find out what’s now happening in fresh, and all across the store, and what you need to know to be ready for future shifts as the virus continues to impact consumers and businesses across the country.
Shoppers have higher expectations for transparency when shopping online compared to in-store, according to a new study from FMI and Label Insight. Transparency Trends: Omnichannel Grocery Shopping from the Consumer Perspective, a follow-up to a 2018 report from FMI and Label Insight, found that transparency is important to omnichannel shoppers when shopping online.
This webinar highlights successful pilots and other collaborations on assets within and across our supply chains. Hear from transportation leaders in the food supply chain who have successfully leveraged underused assets, reduced costs and improved capacity before and during this crisis.
This webinar offers key findings from the first waves of surveys showing the increased uncertainty and anxiety consumers are experiencing regarding food procurement in a world struggling to thwart the spread of COVID-19.
Nielsen provides insights on how new social and travel restrictions coupled with changing attitudes have affected how, where and what shoppers bought on a weekly basis, and how these changes could affect the industry in the short and long term.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, IRI and FMI share insights on the latest consumer sentiment, which categories are experiencing explosive growth and what’s expected to slow down—plus what all of this means for the industry.
This session is about TIME and how it can be used more effectively in a retail environment. It showcases four practical, effective and time-tested time management techniques all embraceable with a modicum of effort.
During this short, TED-style talk introduction to the 2020 Top Trends in Fresh series, we demonstrate how the trends are as imperative today as they have ever been and lay out a roadmap for this year’s study.