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Grocers missing a $2.2B opportunity

Grocers missing a $2.2B opportunity

Food retailers aren't doing enough to win over multicultural shoppers who inreasingly expect a wide range of fresh food products…

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Consumers will break retail hearts this Valentine's Day

Consumers will break retail hearts this Valentine's Day

After a decade-long increase, Valentine’s Day spending is expected to see a market correction this year.…

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FMI/Nielsen identify $100 billion opportunity

FMI/Nielsen identify $100 billion opportunity

Findings of a landmark research project undertaken by the Food Marketing Institute and Nielsen project that the online grocery market…

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Alibaba's Ma meets Trump, talks retail

Alibaba's Ma meets Trump, talks retail  Alibaba Executive Chairman Jack Ma met with U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump on Monday to discuss the Chinese retailer's expansion plans, which…
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First Data says holidays happy

 First Data says holidays happy Despite a spate of recent negative news about store closings and weak sales among department stores, the holidays were quite…
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Sprouts Farmer's Market to keep growing Sprouts Farmer's Market to keep growing

Sprouts Farmers Market is accelerating its growth plans for 2017 with at least 11 new locations slated to open across the U.S.


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Retail Egg Prices Have Room To Rise Retail Egg Prices Have Room To Rise

Period of exteme deflation appears to have ended.


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Burt's Bees enters unlikely category Burt's Bees enters unlikely category

 The Burt's Bees personal care brand Clorox acquired a decade ago is putting its brand equity to the test by entering the functional foods category.


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Data Dams Impede Info Flow Data Dams Impede Info Flow

Survey of marketing officers highlights obstacles, internal and external, to effective use of digital data.


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image 44% See Good in GMOs; 31% Don’t Know

A plurality of American consumers believe that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have potential benefits in food, but nearly a third are ignorant of the issue, according to a new survey by NPD Group.


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image Digital, Checkout Options Among Predictions

More digital connections and a speedier checkout process rank among the top trends for grocery shopping in 2017, says John Karolefski, veteran supermarket analyst and purveyor of GroceryStories.com.


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image Many Distrust Science on Food Issues

Popular distrust of science and scientists is reflected in many Americans' attitude toward food, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.


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