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Consumer grocery trends

Retailers

A Pandemic View From Across the Pond

In the U.K., discounters are losing to big boxes for the first time in a decade as stock-ups devastate availability and grocers face much uncertainty ahead, the author says.

Retailers

What Men Really Need in the Grocery Store

The Lempert Report: Men are more likely to shop in-store and buy plant-based meat alternatives. Tracking and responding to men's preferences can equal healthy returns for food retailers.

Robust Q2 figures are enhanced by heavy volumes as the club store retailer's members stock up on virus prep needs.

Lee Delaney reveals $100 million "Project Momentum" built to revamp assortments, grow omnichannel and attract more young families.

Nielsen identifies top-selling items amid coronavirus concerns that are poised to impact global supply chains.

With gender identity in the spotlight, a study asks consumers to rate the masculinity and femininity of foods.

The Lempert Report: New research links emotional states to food.

FMI released its Power of Produce 2020 report at the Southeastern Produce Council Southern Exposure event.

Men, who shop as many times per month as women, seek fast carts, one-stop-shop convenience and plenty of prepared foods.

The Power of Meat 2020 found demand for meat hit $50.5 billion in sales in 2019. Here is what retailers might see in 2020 regarding top consumer trends.

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