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A collection of featured research and analysis

Grocery ecommerce

Grocers Join Industry's Ecommerce Benchmarking Initiative

Study still accepting store participants for 2019

Ggrubhub makes gains

Grocers Could Blame Fewer Visits on Food Delivery Apps

Uber Eats, Grubhub and others seeing large gains

Omnichannel Will Change Grocery Shopping Forever

Some steps to create a unified shopping experience are easier to implement than others

Shopper Prices

Survey results bolster retailers’ objection to policy


Nielsen releases its 'Total Consumer Report,' highlighting cannabis, online sales and more


More purchasing traditional meat and plant-based alternatives


Perishables performed the best and continue to show the most promise for the foreseeable future

CES beverage

Refreshment reigns, conventional wanes with bottled water, RTD coffee and tea as leaders in the category

Grocers are rethinking their marketing and merchandising strategies

Supermarket employee

Grocers must invest in relevant tech, easy-to-use tools to boost productivity and customer service

Giant Eagle

First large-scale U.S. grocer to pilot this experience


The 72nd annual study utilizes data from Nielsen's Total Food View

Gen Z Panel

‘Old souls in young bodies’ seem to enjoy grocery shopping

Baby Care

Research IDs growth categories for physical retailers

Evolution leading to streamlined payment process, effective loyalty programs


Summit, Sept. 9-10, promises to excite and inspire profitable meal solutions strategies

In-store/online tool advances transparency

CES Meal Kits

What you’d think would be a slam dunk for grocers continues to be a work in progress as grocery retailers attempt to make a go of meal kits, searching for a profitable middle ground somewhere between the flailing subscription model and the in-store solution that leverages the broad competencies of

CES yogurt

As nondairy yogurt grows more popular, it could steal share from traditional counterparts


Providing consumers with info helps ensure supplies for future generations

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