Beginning in 2020 and continuing through 2022, the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant effect on consumer habits. Packaged Facts' May 2022 National Online Consumer Survey indicated that 30% of consumers were still eating more fresh produce than they did pre-pandemic.
After a turbulent two years, business has returned to "normal-ish" for most restaurants, but the ongoing hospitality labor shortage is keeping many from operating at full capacity…and keeping eager consumers from getting a table at preferred eateries.
Green Giant, the iconic brand synonymous with delicious and high-quality vegetables for families, announced today new consumer survey results that found broccoli remains America's favorite vegetable for 2022.
Edge by Ascential, whose technology-driven products power brands to win in digital commerce, today released its annual 2022 United States Retail Landscape and Go-to-Market Planning Report, which shows that ecommerce will continue to be the largest driver of retail growth in the US.
Released on National Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Day, an annual holiday created in 2015 to raise awareness and encourage more Americans to adopt a produce-rich diet, the survey results offer a glimpse into the public's often-contradictory views on healthier eating.
Grocery stores are riding reputational highs two years after the start of COVID-19 – with regional chains in particular being recognized for weathering the supply-chain storm. At the same time, the pandemic-era halo many industries enjoyed are beginning to normalize.
Nearly 75% of consumers have less confidence to spend today as inflation hits a 40-year high according to a new First Insight report, The State of Consumer Spending: Inflation Impacting Consumer Confidence.
Numerator, a data and tech company serving the market research space, has released its monthly inflation insights update to provide a view of rising prices through March 2022, with added context by consumer demographic segments.
The ninth wave of the dunnhumby Consumer Pulse Survey found that U.S. consumers are now more worried about rising food prices, the economy, and their own personal finances than they are with getting COVID.
dunnhumby, the global leader in customer data science, today released the fifth annual dunnhumby Retailer Preference Index (RPI), a comprehensive, nationwide study that examines the approximately $1 trillion U.S. grocery market.