Zero-calorie soft drinks, shredded cheese, flavored potato chips and sauvignon blanc wine top Americans' grocery lists in 2020. Kroger forecasts at-home cooking, holistic health, food innovation and environmental advocacy will influence the way we...
Are Traasdahl, CEO and co-founder of Crisp, predicts six key trends that will impact the food supply chain in 2021 to help retailers and food companies improve their planning and agility in the coming year.
A new survey finds that U.S. consumers plan on spending 25% less on food and 36% less on gifts this year compared to 2019.
New Hope Network research shows consumers want grocery store staff treated and paid well, especially with COVID-19 wreaking havoc on their wellbeing. However, fewer than a quarter actively research the retailers they frequent.
A survey by Pure Branding found that only 14% of supplement users reach for supplements as a first "go-to solution" when they are sick, and that a much larger percentage turn to over-the-counter drugs.
After a difficult year, Acosta's forecasted trends include an ongoing focus on personal health and self-care, technology activation acceleration and fulfillment efficiencies.
Consumers' New Year’s resolutions may seem typical for any given year, but a look into the nuance suggests COVID-19 could be influencing aspirations.