Grocery and Food Retailing News and Trends


Plastic Bag Bans Gain Steam in 2019

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a statewide ban, and Big Y announced plans to phase out single-use plastic bags by 2020.


Consumer Trends to Watch in 2019

Retailers would be wise to prioritize consumer-inspired relevance as their top resolution for 2019.

The retailer is offering health product discounts, samples and "how-to" classes to support shoppers’ new year nutrition goals.

Retailers and suppliers are driving growth with convenient, creative and value-added fresh offerings.

The retailer will highlight new products and recipes for its upcoming annual Citrus Fest event.

The bakery company has refreshed its name, logo and packaging, as well as introduced its first online ordering service.

The retailer readies for the rollout of new Aprons Cooking School classes on Jan. 12, showcasing “smart, fast simple ways to get cooking in the new year.”

Colorado retailer touts 100-product line for "New Relaxed You" consumer education effort.

The new filters allow shoppers to search for vegan, keto-friendly items and more to help them achieve their wellness goals.

A new Brick Meets Click study finds that households that use an online grocery delivery or pickup service place more frequent orders and spend considerably more money per monthly orders.