The Southeast Produce Council released its annual What’s New? 2023 consumer research in a sold-out educational session at Southern Innovations. Pioneering organizations will provide additional innovation-focused presentations in the What’s New? Theater at the exhibit floor.
A new report by the market research firm Dunnhumby has received some attention recently. Particularly its figures indicating the percentage of households that have skipped or reduced a meal for financial reasons over the last 12 months.
The 2023 Rabobank BBQ Index reveals that a 10-person barbecue will cost nearly $100 this year as inflation has run hot—up 31% since 2018—but America's grillers are poised to splurge on quality meats and drinks this Fourth of July as they prioritize paying for experiences over durable goods.
I’m no genius at figures, but . . .Something seems to be wrong with a recent Talker survey about consumers’ top expenses.
Enough talk about millennials and their avocado-toast-buying ways — new data suggests every generation is at risk of spending too much cash on their grub.
FMI survey shows U.S. food industry is investing heavily in customer experience amid economic volatility- General News
Despite a challenging year marked by a persisting pandemic, historic inflation, supply chain bottlenecks, and labor shortages, the food industry is making significant investments to meet shoppers’ evolving tastes, according to FMI—The Food Industry Association’s annual comprehensive research report, The Food Retailing Industry Speaks 2022.
To offset rising food costs, consumers are bargain hunting when grocery shopping, eating more meals at home and cutting back on restaurant visits
Food is fuel for the brain, and in honor of Brain Health Month, the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council (USHBC) is inspiring consumers to grab more boosts of blue in June.
Bluedot, a customer arrival platform that empowers brands to provide real-time interactions and pickup solutions, released the sixth installment of the State of What Feeds Us report which has kept tabs on consumer behavior and restaurant habits since the beginning of the health crisis.
Execulytics Consulting, a leading consulting firm for the fresh produce industry, has completed an in-depth report that highlights Canadian shopper preferences in a post-covid world.