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.
Some people are more challenging to communicate with than others. Why? In this highly interactive virtual session, we will look into four common communication styles or preferences, and find some practical answers.
Across all stores and product types we are seeing unique new product introductions that fill the needs of many consumers. While private brands have traditionally provided that economical choice to consumers, today we see innovation and elevated offerings in private brands at all price points. Explore what is on the market in the US, what consumers have to say, and what may lie ahead.
With e-commerce sales forecasted to grow to 10 percent of total grocery sales by 2022, retailers can position themselves now to win shoppers and market share. To find out more about the latest digital trends, across baby boomers, millennials and Generation X, listen to the final installment of Top Trends in Fresh webinar series focusing on the “Connected Consumer” presented by IRI and FMI.
This webinar is designed to help individuals and company teams prepare to make the most of Future Leaders at FMI Connect. The webinar covers what to do in advance of the conference, how to take advantage of all the various on-site sessions and activities, how to effectively follow up after the conference to ensure the accomplishment of individual goals and to share key insights with others back at the office or store.
Do you tend to dodge difficult but necessary conversations in the workplace? Do you feel shaky about how to initiate and manage them without making enemies? Deep inside, you know there is always an individual and organizational price for avoidance. This practical webinar's five essential tips promise to remove the mystery and much of the fear. Leaders at all levels and from any size of company will learn how to approach such conversations with a confidence that allows you to stand tall.
Convenience is definitely on the menu for today’s busy consumers and grocery retailers are responding by creating special offerings and introducing new areas within departments to serve these needs. Retailers that focus their efforts on tailoring these offerings to their store base can see sales increase rapidly. To find out more about these latest trends, watch this fourth installment of the Top Trends in Fresh webinar series focusing on “Convenience” hosted by FMI and IRI.
From warfare tactics to everyday identity theft, the food industry is a hotbed of potential cyber threats. FMI is proud to host Maj Gen (Ret) Brett Williams at FMI Connect 2016 to address these real-world issues, as well as new issues that arise with ever expanding technology. Listen to this Q & A focused webinar in advance of his session at our June 2016 FMI Connect.
The Sanitary Transportation rule has long been considered the 'sleeper' rule because of its potential to have the broadest impact in the food supply chain. Information concerning the type of food product, maintenance of proper temperature and performance of required cleaning procedures will generate stacks of additional records that all need to be available for FDA inspection. Are you ready?
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.
Discover the accelerating trend towards supermarket fresh prepared foods driven by competitive pressures and consumer dynamics, based on a major research study evaluating these trends conducted by Technomic and FMI. Gain insights on open opportunities and forecasted growth in addition to receiving and overview of the study’s top 10 takeaways.
Because today’s consumers want to know what’s in their food and where it comes from, the first webinar's focus was on “Food Transparency.” Transparency is more important than ever to consumers, so retailers who are on the forefront of marketing and merchandising these products grow sales up to 25 percent faster than average.
During this webinar, USDA FSIS discussed what is required as part of the recently published final rule entitled, “Descriptive Designation for Needle- or Blade-Tenderized (Mechanically Tenderized) Beef Product.”
In this webinar, USDA FSIS discusses what is required as part of the final rule, “Descriptive Designation of Raw Meat and Poultry Products Containing Added Solutions.”
This webinar highlights findings from the FMI 2015 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends Report,conducted by the Hartman Group. Participants will gain insights into consumer values around food safety, health and wellness and animal welfare.
During this webinar, Julie Henderson, Director of AMS’ COOL Division, and Dr. Kenneth Becker, Agricultural Marketing Specialist with the COOL Division, introduce COOL, discussed basic requirements and provide an update of monitoring activities.
This webinar highlights findings from the FMI 2015 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends Report, conducted by the Hartman Group. Participants will gain insights into the changing consumer mealtime distinctions and broader household member participation in shopping and the shared shopper paradigm.
This webinar highlights findings from the FMI 2015 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends Report, conducted by the Hartman Group. Participants gain insight into why individual food shoppers make the decisions they do, and how their attitudes and piecemeal behaviors translate into large-scale shifts that affect supermarket revenues and growth. The research provides not just data that the industry can rely on to inform decision-making, but also offers an evidence-based point of view relevant to the most urgent strategic challenges facing food marketers.
Listen to the insights as we discuss the newly released research in the FMI inaugural report The Power of Produce 2015, which explores changes in shoppers’ produce purchasing trends and behaviors at retail.
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