Supplier Diversity has been a hot, hot, hot topic in CPG these days, and with good reason. It brings in new consumers, it shakes up staid categories, and it hacks away at the stranglehold multinational conglomerates have on the CPG...
We looked at the actions of thousands of buyers on RangeMe over the past year and compiled a report of eye-opening insights to help you understand what’s top-of-mind and trending with retail buyers.
In 2016, men’s grooming products are slated to rake in $21 billion in sales.
I’m fascinated by the sheer number of products available for babies these days and I’m even more intrigued by some of the trends I see emerging among baby CPG these days.
Marking the beginning of the most profitable period of the year, Halloween spending is expected to reach a whopping $8.4 billion in 2016, the highest level in 11 years.
The baby care market is expected to hit $66.8 billion in sales by 2017—that’s next year! And likely, organic and natural products will account for a significant chunk of that sales pie.
In order to sell products that meet the changing attitudes of their customers, retailers are taking a firm stance on the type and quality of products they sell in their stores. And that translates into their product standards.
In the wellness world, probiotics seem to be everywhere these days. That is because medical professionals are realizing that a person's microbiome plays a very direct role in that person's overall health.