Top news and trends in play for household and personal products


CBD in the Coronavirus Age

Manufacturers are responding to the pandemic and may see online sales increase while retail sales decline.


Niche Brands, New Formulations and Variety Driving Premium Pet Food

High-quality food for dogs and cats is in demand as consumers seek products that mimic what they eat.

Given the limited shelf space behind the customer service counter, it’s important for grocers to understand offerings that go beyond traditional tobacco.

The executive says retailers should "lean in" on opportunities in general merchandise, including innovations in self-care.

How forward-thinking retailers are playing up profit potential by touting home goods, seasonal finds, beauty products, clothing, decor and pet supplies.

Improved distribution, marketing and brands meet consumer mindfulness, sending sales of green cleaning products soaring.

Premiumization and low online penetration sets self-care on a growth path.

A CBD survey reveals that health and wellness trends are a key factor in consumer adoption of CBD product.

Sixty-three percent of Americans own a dog, creating an opportunity for retailers to find ways to bring dog-owning customers closer to the fold.

CBD manufacturer Charlotte’s Web grew sales by 45% in Q2, with more than half from brick-and-mortar stores such as Kroger and CVS.

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