An overview of research that takes the industry’s pulse at this point in the pandemic, relays how leaders are backing up fresh foods opportunities with new strategic investments — from additional products and floor space to more staffing.
The fresh in-store experience suffered during the pandemic, as shoppers reduced trips and shifted to online purchasing. Retailers now have the opportunity to reenergize these experiences to drive store differentiation.
As we continue to see an increase in natural disasters FMI & NACS recently got a chance to have a quick discussion (8 min) with Craig Fugate who served as President Obama’s FEMA Administrator from May 2009 – January 2017 about how the private and public sector can continue to collaborate.
It’s a new day for retail meal solutions as competition from restaurants heats up. Consumers are breaking out of their pandemic modes and evolving their behaviors with a new balance likely to develop between meals at home and away from home. Retailers have an opportunity to drive momentum with new fresh strategies.
As we look to the future, the food industry is facing a daunting task – how do we feed a growing population using fewer resources and amid a changing and unpredictable climate? And in many ways, it all comes down to water. Demand for water is increasing, while supply is becoming more unpredictable. Join us as we discuss mitigating water stress; shared best practices; and prioritizing water in practical ways.
No matter where you sit in the value chain, understanding and acting on Scope 3 emissions takes collaboration and shared learning to leapfrog efforts and build meaningful momentum. Learn about a new coalition: the Supplier Leadership on Climate Transition (LOCT).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.