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Consumer grocery trends

Retailers

Lucky Supermarkets Launches Plant-Based Foods Campaign

The retailer has partnered with the Plant Based Foods Association for its new marketing initiative across 70 Northern California stores.

The Lempert Report: The Amazon/Whole Foods effect could lead to a transformation of the conventional grocery store format.

Officials in a presentation detail momentum by pinning a "long tail" onto grocery.

Today’s hottest dressings, dips and spreads are made with clean ingredients and fresh flavors that inspire sales.

The new service will feature specialty, beauty and wellness products from third-party sellers as well as provide the retailer with data to help identify consumer trends.

Targeted assortments and low prices also elicit a positive impact, according to a new survey from Category Partners.

Basket Economics: Giant’s Heirloom Market joins a brotherly rush for downtown shoppers.

Boosting impulse sales through convenient products, targeted merchandising and creative communication is generating fruitful gains.

Grocers continue to introduce new private label items that boast the trendy flavor.