There is an old adage “You are what you eat,” and even today, it’s still rings true. The foods we eat help feed our whole body, and that includes our brain. What we feed ourselves doesn’t just affect our physical performance, but our mental or cognitive well-being as well.
Store displays can serve as a silent sales assistant for wellness programming and health-focused promotional campaigns. The trick is to make sure displays include some of the basics that engage shoppers and drive sales. They need to do more than just look nice. If you currently have accountability for an in-store display, or if you want to negotiate space to enhance your services, here are some ways to demonstrate and communicate that you understand what it takes to make a display successful.
Brought to you by The Mushroom Council, Kim Bedwell will share fresh mushroom best practices based on an extensive study of how consumers react to strategic pricing and promotional changes across channels, regions, pack sizes, types, and varieties.
If asked, I believe most retail dietitians would say they have a passion for the work they do and they love the challenge, recognition and opportunities their roles provide. At the same time, they want to be fairly compensated. Some, however, may devalue themselves and don’t feel convinced that they deserve a high pay.
The pandemic has changed retail forever and included in these changes are merchandising strategies. Today’s shopper wants to spend less time in the store, has less choices on the shelves, and is faced with a continuing rise in prices. A marketer’s dream . . .NOT!
Rising food costs and consumer lifestyle changes have created disruptions in the industry and grocers must be focused on how to cater to customers now and in the future. In a recent report from FMI called “Future Outlook”, research insights and upcoming predictions were highlighted. Here are some of the key trends that retailers should watch: