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Wholesalers & Distributors

Strategies and insights on supply chainlogistics, workforce, and more.

Wholesalers & Distributors

Deli: Time saver or time waster?

Tyson Foods recently revealed the results of an experiment they conducted, in which some high profile thought leaders from well-recognized brands outside deli observed and provided feedback about the deli department.

Wholesalers & Distributors

Fight shrinking margins by monetizing media assets

Amid growing pressure from the discounters and both traditional competitors and new market entrants, retail is in the midst of significant disruption.

With a wealth of options to choose from—no matter what product or service they may be looking for—customers are more informed than ever and have more power to make a decision that best fits their needs. In the world of fast-moving retail, this means every trip is a prize and competition takes place several times per week.

The Lempert Report: China's consumers discard less plastic than Americans, but its food industry was responsible for 1.6 million tons of domestic packaging waste in 2017.

The Lempert Report: American consumers want to support companies that promote similar social, political and environmental values as them.

Reducing food waste is not just an ethical practice but also one that creates a massive cost reduction opportunity for grocery retailers and the American economy.

While every retailer envisions growing sales, getting from sales goals to achievement can be difficult. Many retailers lose focus on recognizing growth areas where the business can expand, particularly among specific customer groups. Developing a long-term customer strategy enables a faster, more efficient achievement of the overall sales strategy.

When retailers educate and inspire shoppers on how to use deli products, they increase department sales. It really is that simple.

Customer experience and concerns about sustainability are driving change in grocery, yet there is a huge opportunity for retailers that make smart moves.

Grocery retailers can employ a countless number of tactics to compete in today’s dynamic market. The issue is not the ability to do many different things at once—which retailers are often good at—but ...

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