A collection of featured Special Reports.
Fresh, prepared foods still present biggest opportunity for grocers
Data provided via Nielsen’s Total Food View, an inclusive data universe of UPC and non-UPC products (includes fresh random-weight retailer-assigned PLU and system 2 sales volume).
Fresh and perishable foods generated sales nearly 14 times as high as all online food and beverage sales this year, Nielsen notes in its June 2018 “Total Consumer Report.”
Download the 2018 Super 50, Progressive Grocer's ranking of the top 50 U.S. grocers, including last and this year's rankings, fiscal-year-end sales data, number of stores, banner names and more.
Be sure to check out our full Super 50 coverage.
2/3 of consumers now admit to snacking at least once a day
Record bankruptcies, M&A activity continue as industry undergoes massive change
More consumers than ever are adding plant-based alternatives to their diet
The plant-based trend spills into the category
Traditional is tops, but single-cup continues to be a hot spot
Bakeries continue to be important draw for grocers
Products promoted as helping consumers with diet, nutrition goals are gaining popularity
Grocer moves to No. 8 while Lidl, Trader Joe's heat up competition
Family-owned food retailers take advantage of ecommerce giant's changes at Whole Foods
PG research shows 3/4 of deli-department respondents expecting higher sales as a result