November 2021 picked up where October left off: grocery shopping and food consumption patterns remained in flux, especially as holiday purchases started much earlier.
The Southeast Produce Council has unveiled the stellar panel of retail superheroes that completes the highly anticipated SEPC University Educational Session – Power of Produce 2022.
Just 9 percent of consumers don't plan to have a Thanksgiving celebration this year, and a third of shoppers are stocking up early.
September continued where August left off in retail produce sales.
The multi-month normalization of grocery shopping patterns came to a halt in August.
Today, the Southeast Produce Council (SEPC) in conjunction with 210 Analytics released What’s New: The Consumer Take on Produce Innovation and Technology 2021 in one of two educational sessions at its fall show, Southern Innovations.
Pamela talks with Anne-Marie Roerink of 210 Analytics about some of the most widespread food inflation numbers she's ever seen, and how that challenges consumers with budgets, and retailers with promotions.
The battle for the food dollar is intensifying as shoppers are ramping up their engagement with restaurants.
The NEPC council has announced that it will hold a full-fledged, in-person trade show this fall, and to emphasize its excitement about the re-opening, it is announcing two dynamic keynote speakers.
Fruit is still holding above 2020 and 2019 levels, but we're seeing signs of inflation pushing the fresh share of dollars higher.