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View this session to learn some meaningful behaviors passionate leaders exhibit on a regular basis.

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NonMembers - $59.00
Product #1000295

The Power of Foodservice at Retail 2022 is the seventh in an annual report series exploring shopper perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors regarding deli-prepared foods in grocery stores.

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Associate Member - $250.00
Non Members - $500.00
Product #1000291

View this session for an update on the FDA Total Diet Study (TDS) Report which helps FDA prioritize food safety and nutrition efforts. This report is the first in a series on FY2018-FY2020 TDS data and summarizes the most recent data on nutrients and toxic elements from the agency’s on-going survey of the U.S. Food Supply.

FMI Members - $0.00
Product #1000289

Consumers are gearing up for shopping and their motivations and decision making may surprise you. Our Illuminate report dives into the impact of inflation as festive times draw near, including how consumers are figuring out what tradeoffs in spending to make in an inflationary environment.

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FMI NonMembers - $0.00
Product #1000292

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been tracking grocery shoppers’ changing habits and behaviors. After nearly three years of the COVID-19 pandemic, how will consumers approach the 2022 holiday season and how will their attitudes shape their grocery habits? We’ll review shoppers’ plans for the major food holidays.

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Product #1000281

In this session, attorneys from Steptoe and Johnson LLP review the current legal landscape for green claims for packaging at the federal and state level, and how companies can develop compliance programs to ensure liability exposure is minimized.

FMI Members - $0.00
Product #1000284

In this digital seminar, FMI is joined by Alain Brandon, Vice President, Government Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility for Loblaw Companies. He discusses the EPR Packaging experience in Canada, including the lessons he has learned during his decade implementing various packaging EPR programs and key takeaways for U.S. retailers as they face state legislation and regulation on this topic.

FMI Members - $0.00
Product #1000280

The 2022 FMI Power of Private Brands report examines what levels of private brands growth are possible in the coming years, and how the industry can enhance strategies to get there.

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Non-Member - $150.00
Product #1000268

In part one of this two-part series, attorneys from Keller and Heckman provide a general overview of the developments associated with Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) as well as chemical-specific restrictions and prohibitions that are emerging at the federal, state and even local level.

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Product #1000270

View this session to explore how to implement two strategies to improve communication and enhance the engagement of your workforce by creating a people-first culture.

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NonMembers - $59.00
Product #1000269

This report curates a wide range of FMI research and content on this topic and identifies emerging consumer trends, quantifies consumer attitudes regarding health and well-being in food retail and establishes benchmarks for future evaluation.

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NonMember - $150.00
Product #1000267

Pandemic. Inflation. Supply chain bottlenecks. Labor shortages. Global conflict. All of these challenges and more have turned food industry operations into an obstacle course that many expect to get more complex. This year’s The Food Retailing Industry Speaks report tells the story of the food retail industry’s resilience in navigating the many hurdles of 2021. New this year, for the first time in its 74-year history, this year’s Speaks includes input from both retailers and suppliers

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NonMember - $500.00
Product #1000257

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been tracking grocery shoppers’ changing habits and behaviors. It’s back-to-school season; we continue to evaluate grocery shopper behaviors and take a closer look at how shoppers’ plans and habits evolve as families return to routine.

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NonMember - $200.00
Product #1000259

View this session for an update on the FDA Total Diet Study (TDS) Report which helps FDA prioritize food safety and nutrition efforts. This report is the first in a series on FY2018-FY2020 TDS data and summarizes the most recent data on nutrients and toxic elements from the agency’s on-going survey of the U.S. Food Supply.

FMI Members - $0.00
Product #1000260

There is a lot of momentum in the world of fresh foods at retail, and this report spotlights fresh foods in order to showcase key trends and data points. These include statistics on aspects ranging from share of store sales to space and labor allocation. The momentum for fresh foods is underscored by retailers who identify perishables departments as key priority development areas for 2022.

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NonMember - $100.00
Product #1000256

This briefing discussed some of the lesser known or little understood causes, effects, and impacts of inflationary pressures on the price of food at the grocery store. FMI’s Vice President of Tax, Trade, and Sustainability Andy Harig was joined by Dr. Ricky Volpe, an Associate Professor of Agribusiness at Cal Poly who specializes in food retail and supply chain management, transportation and logistics, and food prices and data analysis.

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Product #1000255

Sustainability is increasingly on the radar of consumers and food industry companies, and the fresh foods sector is heavily focused on this topic. The fresh foods industry has opportunities to enhance its sustainability strategies, practices and metrics to drive more success.

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Product #1000251

This presentation aims to shed light on the rapid evolution of all things plant-based, literally from soup to nuts.

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Non-Members - $59.00
Product #1000248

This inaugural report dives into consumer perspectives on products considered alternatives to traditional animal-derived items, and also naturally plant-based foods such as fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains.

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Associate Member - $250.00
NonMember - $500.00
Product #1000246

This session will showcase the 11 most important leadership criteria with one of the nation’s most successful store managers.

Domestic Ret./Whslr., Canadian Ret./Whslr., International Ret./Whslr., University/College, Association Council, Product Supplier, Association Partner, Industry Partner, Strategic Partner, Affiliate Partner, Staff - $0.00
Guest, NonMember - $59.00
Product #1000247

The Supreme Court Dobbs decision on abortion has raised many questions for employers and their ability to offer services to their employees. This briefing, conducted by the Groom Law Group, provided an overview of the Court's decision and what it means for employers and employees.

FMI Members - $0.00
Product #1000253

To support our work with the White House Conference, FMI collected insights, stories, and recommendations from our members – food retailers, wholesalers, and suppliers. The FMI Collective Report puts forth preliminary food industry commitments, recommendations for government actions, and showcases examples from member nutrition, health and well-being initiatives and community outreach and engagement programs that demonstrate the important role the food industry plays in impacting hunger, nutrition, and health.

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Product #1000244

In this webinar you will hear from Tent Partnership for Refugees and Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Service on how all companies can provide new opportunities and resources to refugees in need, whether it be directly hiring refugees, sourcing product from refugee owned businesses, distributing and donating crucial resources or even supporting government policies that facilitate refugee resettlement.

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Product #1000245

Companies can step in to provide new opportunities and resources to those in need, whether it be directly hiring refugees, sourcing product from refugee owned businesses, distributing and donating crucial resources or even supporting government policies that facilitate refugee resettlement.

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Product #1000243

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been tracking grocery shoppers’ changing habits and behaviors. This report bundles our Shopping Trends 2022, Navigating a Hybrid World and Future Outlook reports.

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NonMember - $500.00
Product #1000234

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been tracking grocery shoppers’ changing habits and behaviors. This report recaps long-standing grocery shopper trends including sustainability, transparency and health and well-being. We also explore shoppers’ concerns and expectations for the future and what we can learn from their approaches to the evolving hybrid world.

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NonMember - $200.00
Product #1000233

The 2022 FMI Power of Private Brands report dives into consumer perspectives on private brands.

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Non-Member - $150.00
Product #1000232

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been tracking grocery shoppers’ changing habits and behaviors. This report looks at the food shopper journey and how it is indicative of a growing hybrid approach to grocery shopping.

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NonMember - $200.00
Product #1000229

In this session, we’re going to address a growing challenge in the fresh foods industry — the need to enhance the supply chain to reduce costs, gain efficiencies and satisfy consumer needs. This imperative has only grown in importance since the start of the pandemic.

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Non-Members - $0.00
Product #1000252

Do you ever wonder how your store employees’ morale compares to your competitors’? After the previous session on how to properly onboard a new employee and set them up for a happy and successful career in your store, Harold Lloyd will now dive deep to help you quantify your current employees’ morale and make sure they are set up for a happy and successful career in your store, too.

Domestic Ret./Whslr., Canadian Ret./Whslr., International Ret./Whslr., University/College, Association Council, Product Supplier, Association Partner, Industry Partner, Strategic Partner, Affiliate Partner, Staff - $0.00
Guest, NonMember - $59.00
Product #1000219

FMI’s The Food Retail Industry Speaks reflects that turnover in food retail was 40% before the pandemic, and 46% of respondents noted COVID-19 made it harder to recruit and retain people.

Domestic Ret./Whslr., Canadian Ret./Whslr., International Ret./Whslr., University/College, Association Council, Product Supplier, Association Partner, Industry Partner, Strategic Partner, Affiliate Partner, Staff - $0.00
NonMember, Guest - $149.00
Product #1000215

Gain an inside view of four outstanding grocery stores from four different brands. Travel with Harold Lloyd from New Jersey to California to see what sets each of these stores apart, while acquiring new ideas to consider and implement.

FMI Members - $0.00
NonMembers - $199.00
Product #1000210

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been tracking grocery shoppers’ changing habits and behaviors. This latest update details shoppers’ weekly spend, primary store choice, and engagement with the emerging array of online and in-person grocery options.

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NonMember - $200.00
Product #1000214

This Excel file is a supplement to the 2022 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends report. It reports data collected from US respondents, 18+ years old, in February 2022.

All FMI Member - $0.00
NonMember - $500.00
Product #1000218

A follow-up to FMI Foundation research first published in 2020, this new report delves deeper into what consumers want to know about gene edited food products and who they consider to be trustworthy sources in addressing biotechnological applications in food.

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Product #1000212

A follow-up to FMI Foundation research first published in 2020, this new report delves deeper into what consumers want to know about gene edited food products and who they consider to be trustworthy sources in addressing biotechnological applications in food.

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Product #1000213

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been tracking grocery shoppers’ changing habits and behaviors. This latest update looks at how shoppers’ concern with COVID-19 and their perceptions of rising prices influences spending habits and store choices.

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Product #1000209

FMI has partnered with The Power of Preparedness (TPOP), an e-learning security company that goes beyond stand-up training to provide strategy and tactics to mitigate workplace violence and active shooter incidents and to provide our members with guidelines and best practices for mitigating the risk of active shooter threats.

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Product #1000208

This report explores a range of issues from the health and well-being focus of seafood shoppers to seafood cooking behaviors and needs and seafood sustainability consumer trends.

FMI Retail/Wholesale/Product Supplier/University Members - $0.00
NonMember - $500.00
Associate Members - $250.00
Product #1000200

The Power of Meat explores shopper perceptions, attitudes and behaviors regarding meat and poultry.

Members - $150.00
NonMember - $350.00
Product #1000199

The Power of Produce identifies the biggest trends in consumer purchasing and consumption of fruit and vegetables.

FMI Retail/Wholesale/Product Supplier Members - $0.00
NonMember - $500.00
Associate Members - $250.00
Product #1000198

New research from FMI and NielsenIQ indicates that perspectives on transparency and likes and dislikes about buying experiences are different when grocery shoppers shop online versus in physical stores.

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Associate Member - $250.00
NonMember - $500.00
Product #1000195

The 2021 Retailer Contributions to Health & Well-being report demonstrates how grocery stores are contributing to the health of their customers, including offering nutrition guidance, pharmacy solutions and overall health and well-being resources.

FMI Retail/Wholesale/Product Supplier Members - $0.00
Associate Members - $150.00
NonMember - $250.00
Product #1000179

This report evaluates recycling programs for plastic films and other materials and best practices for collecting plastic films.

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Product #1000196

This tool can support internal business operations and effective trading partner collaboration regarding sustainable packaging.

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Product #1000193

As the second in a three-part Gerald E. Peck Fellowship research series that explores workforce attractiveness in the food retail industry, this report explores the challenges of retaining employees and offers recommendations to increase retention.

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Product #1000192

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