Consumer grocery trends

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3 Ways Valentine’s Day Could Be Different This Year

While most U.S. adults plan to still celebrate the holiday, Inmar Intelligence finds, more will be dining at home, cooking at home and seeking experiences.


Will Shoppers Stop Going to the Grocery Store?

The Lempert Report: As delivery and pickup become more popular and concerns about COVID-19 continue, supermarkets can respond proactively by speeding up checkout times and urging shoppers to use mobile devices to check out.

Something easy, something nostalgic, a familiar flavor in a new format—whatever consumers are craving most for this year's Big Game, the bottom line is comfort.

The Lempert Report: The president and co-founder of One Fair Wage reports tipping has decreased amid the pandemic because sales are down overall.

The Lempert Report: This generation's focus on clean foods can serve as a roadmap for grocers to understand what they should be highlighting to all their shoppers.

The digital retailer delivered on speed, price and quality, overtaking H-E-B and Trader Joe's, the annual survey showed.

The Lempert Report: IFIC predicts more technologies and innovations centered around meeting customer food safety needs and expectations.

From an uptick in yogurt to a pantry stacked with chickpeas, Save A Lot and its registered dietitian and nutritionist have identified the trends it expects to hit shelves this year.

Distributors expect the category will continue to grow in 2021, but a flow of new brands could trigger a spill.

The sixth wave of dunnhumby’s Consumer Pulse Survey also finds that one-third don’t plan on buying any of their holiday meals in-store.

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