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.
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.
Now more than ever, aligning with today’s hottest health and wellness trends gives you a better chance of getting your products on retailers’ store shelves and attracting happy customers.
Consumers these days are getting more observant with the labeling on their foods and so am I.
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) brands and retailers’ bottom lines are poised to triumph if companies adapt to this unstoppable trend.
It can be a daunting, confusing process, achieving these certifications. And there are so many to choose from: Organic, GMO-free, fair trade to name a few.
Labeling a product with a specialty designation can be great. And as entrepreneurs with innovative products, I’m guessing you’ve looked into the different certifications, qualifications, and other –ations your product might bear.
Natural and specialty is now integrated into the mainstream shopper experience, and the access to it for every family is hugely exciting.