After years of keeping immune health and comfort top-of-mind during the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers are back to prioritizing affordability and convenience when shopping for food, according to the annual Pollock Communications and Today's Dietitian "What's Trending in Nutrition" survey.
In partnership with Newsweek and Winsight Grocery Business, BrandSpark International announces the fifth annual grocery edition of its BrandSpark Most Trusted Awards, as voted by American shoppers.
Consumers are faced with the harsh reality of paying more to get less at the grocery store this holiday season.
Phononic, a global leader in sustainable cooling technology, today announced new survey findings that highlight the current attitudes and behaviors of consumers and retailers towards grocery shopping, with a focus on curbside pickup and delivery of fresh and/or frozen food.
FMI—The Food Industry Association released Part VI of its U.S. Grocery Shopping Trends 2022 series, titled “Holiday Shopping.”
Despite increasing food and energy prices and tighter budgets, U.S. consumers continue to actively support local restaurants with 58% stating that they are eating restaurant food more often this year compared to 2021.
Yelp Inc., the company that connects people with great local businesses, today released third quarter 2022 data for the Yelp Economic Average (YEA) report, a benchmark of local economic strength in the U.S. The Q3 2022 YEA report reveals that inflation experiences have intensified for consumers in every state in the U.S. year over year, with reviews mentioning inflation up by 22% compared to Q3 2021.
Invafresh, the industry leading fresh grocery platform, today announces the findings of its 2022 Grocery Innovation Study, which surveyed 100+ grocery decision makers on how their businesses are being impacted by technology.
Personnel concerns are at the forefront of business news today. Some talk about a “rush for talent.” Others are concerned with worker retention.
Forty-six percent of surveyed CFOs expect the North American economy to be in a recession by the new year, while 39% expect the North American economy to be in a period of stagflation.