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.
The food retail industry is reporting numerous positive trends as it grapples with old issues and confronts new challenges. This webinar provides an insider’s glimpse into the State of the Food Retail Industry.
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 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.
The 2018 Supply Chain Benchmarking Survey includes the most pressing issues executives face today. Automation, e-commerce, operating costs and capacities top the list of key performance indicators for every supply chain.
The shift to digital purchasing of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) is not only pervasive, it’s all inclusive. Manufacturers and independent operators should be readying their organizations to meet the needs of the digitally engaged food shopper.
Loyalty means different things to different generations. That’s why FMI has collaborated with Precima on a multi-point thought leadership initiative that culminates with this webinar on the ins and outs of loyalty in the realm of food retailing.
Consumers want to know precisely where their food comes from — and shoppers’ desire for local food isn’t limited to the produce section. While this is still important, shoppers also want to support local businesses in their communities, ranging from the neighborhood bakery to ready-to-eat prepared foods found in a local deli or startup. The fourth installment of the Top Trends in Fresh webinar series, “Hyperlocalization,” will focus on how retailers can get in on the ground floor with local businesses to drive traffic and find new growth.
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.
This webinar highlights findings from the FMI2016 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends Report. Participants gain insights into the latest research on Americans' grocery shopping habits including the evolution of the primary grocery shopper.
The farm-to-table trend is intensifying, because more and more consumers want to know where their food is coming from, and they want to minimize the distance their food travels before it is eaten. To find out how retailers are making farm-to-grocery a reality by turning the traditional supply chain upside down, watch this third installment of the Top Trends in Fresh webinar series focusing on “New Supply Chains” hosted by IRI and FMI.
Consumers want fast, fresh and healthy food options at an affordable price, so grocery retailers are providing grab-and-go options that are becoming more varied and sophisticated by the minute. To keep up with the latest trends in the fast-growing perimeter department, watch this second installment of the Top Trends in Fresh webinar series focusing on “Prepared Foods and Specialty” hosted by IRI and FMI.