Category: Consumer Goods

Infographic: Supply Chain Reinvention – 2007 vs. 2017

Comparing the supply chain of a decade ago to the supply chain of today, we see that retailers and suppliers now use multiple approaches to gain agility, efficiency and a competitive edge by serving shoppers better.

/ November 7, 2017

Whole Foods Market’s Commitment to Local Event: 4 Key Takeaways

On October 19th, executive leadership from Whole Foods Market, tenured suppliers, and industry leaders provided updates regarding the transition to a category management model and discussed the future of the retailer’s local programs.

/ October 30, 2017

3 frightening things about CPG

In stores this Halloween season, you’re almost guaranteed to see some things that are ten times scarier than spooky shadows and weird noises.

/ October 25, 2017

Retailtainment Inspires Shoppers to See What’s in Store

Retailtainment gives retailers an opportunity for strategic differentiation and word of mouth, which can boost brick and mortar traffic, sales and loyalty.

/ October 3, 2017

Supplier Spotlight: Bravado Spice heats up the shelves at Southeastern Grocers

Bravado Spice had experienced speedy growth from the start, but now they are about to skyrocket...

/ September 7, 2017

The Learning Journey

The new product process is a constant, ever-changing journey of learning.

/ August 17, 2017

6 Culinary Trends Spicing Up Grocery

Here are some of this year’s hottest foodie-inspired culinary trends that are impacting consumer packaged goods (CPG) suppliers and grocery retailers.

/ August 15, 2017

Artisan Sales Soar as Consumers Invest in Quality

Millennials like to express their individuality by buying one-of-a-kind items, plus artisan goods are often local goods made by small businesses.

/ August 8, 2017

Supplier Spotlight: C+Swiss skyrockets to success with Hy-Vee

Like most entrepreneurs Marc Lewin deeply believes that taking advantage of every available tool is necessary to achieve success...

/ August 2, 2017

4 tips for getting Christmas-ready NOW

The National Retail Federation estimates that holiday sales can cop up to 30 percent of annual sales.1 Wouldn’t it be in your best interest, then, to be as prepared as possible, and be ready to race out of the gate...

/ July 27, 2017