In preparation for all the wonderful things the food world was looking forward to in the year 2000, I sat down with European artist Herbert Hofer to share my vision of what a supermarket might look like in 2000. The year was 1989 and Hofer painted a consumer experience second to none.
We’ve all heard about the importance of protein in the aging population or in an athlete’s diet but are you aware of the importance of introducing quality protein in an infant’s diet? This webinar will kick off by showcasing the importance of the “new mom” shopper to retailers and reviewing the recommended guidelines suggested for transitioning to solid foods for infants and how exposing babies to a wide variety of healthy foods can be beneficial in the long run.
You may have heard your retail leadership talk about analyzing syndicated product data but may not fully understand what it is and how this data can impact purchasing, merchandising and advertising decisions. Brands and retailers can use this data to identify trends such as competitor growth and market share, and compare store-level sales by product. Mark McKeown, from IRI, provided some insights on ways this data may prove useful to retail dietitians:
A blockchain is a digital ledger that is shared across a network of computers. Once a record has been added to the chain, it’s very difficult to change. Since every transaction is recorded on a block and across multiple copies of the ledger that are distributed over many nodes (computers), it’s very transparent.
It’s predicted that video will claim 80% of all web traffic in 2019 (SmallBiz Trends) making it an essential venue to educate consumers about your products and services. While there are different ways to create videos, live streaming is a popular and simple format for retail dietitians to implement. Here are some key considerations which can ensure your live broadcasts run smoothly: