This webinar explores how online shopping, desires for health and well-being and the quest for transparency can all be consumer expressions of personalization.
This webinar explores the issues that are impacting food sales positively or negatively, gleans what strategies are helping food retailers differentiate from their competition, and probes the gaining impact of e-commerce on food retailing and more.
With a focus on consumers’ desires to eat (and shop) better, this webinar provides perspectives on the shifting meaning of “wellness” and the emerging food retailer role of ally in helping customers achieve their healthy eating goals.
This webinar specifically explores how consumers perceive their relationship with their primary grocery store in the current climate of retail change and innovation.
This webinar explores how shopper attitudes regarding food safety, health and wellness and corporate social responsibility are impacting where consumers shop, how they choose to shop and what they are shopping for.
Staying healthy and happy means shopping outside the aisles and hitting the perimeter of the store for fresh foods like fruit, vegetables, dairy, meat and fish.
FMI's Sue Borra takes a closer look at the health and wellness trends from two of FMI's recently released signature research studies,U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends 2016 and Shopping For Health 2016 and the impact on retail. In addition to looking at the current state of consumer perceptions on health and wellness, Sue Borra will discuss how many of these health and wellness needs are addressed in the movement for National Family Meals MonthTM.
Family meals eaten at home have been proven to benefit the health and wellness of children and adolescents to fight obesity, substance abuse and to make families stronger—creating a positive impact on our communities and our nation as a whole.
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