Early Alert (an FMI Member+ partner company) provides a briefing on this year’s winter weather outlook. As a reminder, Early Alert has been sharing real-time information on the pandemic and health outbreaks, civil protest plans, and weather-related information. We hope to make this a seasonal occurrence to also look at the upcoming hurricane and wildfire seasons as we approach those.
Energy, supply chain and other external factors, such as weather, are among a multitude of factors that continue to influence food price inflation. What does the future hold for food price inflation in 2023? Learn perspective from Andy Harig, vice president of tax, trade, sustainability, and policy development at FMI – The Food Industry Association, and Dr. Ricky Volpe, associate professor of agribusiness at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo as they take us behind the headlines
FMI – The Food Industry Association, the trade association for food retailers, wholesalers, product suppliers, and their supply chain partners, is hosting another in a series of Congressional staff briefings to discuss the factors impacting food prices for consumers in 2022.
Are you hearing from your constituents about food prices and out of stock items on grocery store shelves? Do you want to learn more about the food supply chain and how the pandemic is impacting the food supply chain all the way to your local grocery store? FMI - The Food Industry Association hosts a Congressional briefing led by our CEO, on Thursday, February 10 at 2:30 p.m. ET to discuss the outlook for the food industry in 2022.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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, acquisitions and innovations in the FMCG market is accelerating that pace of online food shopping adoption, meaning that manufacturers and retailers should be readying their organizations to meet the needs of the digitally engaged food shopper.
IFCO’s Hillary Femal, VP of Global Marketing, and Beverly Sauer – Franklin Associates, A Division of ERG, Senior LCA Analyst review the sustainability benefits of shared and reusable fresh produce packaging versus one-way packaging.
By taking a fresh look at their recyclables waste stream, retail executives and distribution center managers can discover substantial untapped sources of new revenues – and reduce the waste they send to landfills at the same time.
Produce safety is a priority issue for FMI and many member companies, including Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. In order to offer locally grown produce to customers, Wegmans has developed an outreach program to work with farmers on food safety programs. This webinar discusses how Wegmans solved a food safety and supply chain challenge through community outreach and leadership. Ideas are shared on how to work with local growers to implement food safety programs, and resources are identified to help your company work with local produce growers to ensure they have proper food safety programs in place.