Package size, in-stock position, ready-to-cook items, complementary items and minimum orders are opportunities to grow business in the New Year.
As we learn to live with this global pandemic, its impacts are influencing our trends for 2022 writes Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman.
Labour shortages are affecting all segments of the supply chain writes Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman. An inexperienced buyer can have a serious impact on your business. So look at your forecasts and help buyers keep the right amount of inventory on hand.
The fourth wave of the pandemic will affect sales forecasting. Columnist Peter Chapman writes about how the foodservice recovery might impact retail, and the ups and downs of e-commerce.
Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman explains there’s more to growing and packing produce. To maximize the opportunity, understand your customers and find the right shelf.
Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman explores the changes in consumer behaviour during the pandemic and how produce suppliers can support retail customers better.
A proposal for a Grocery Supply Code of Practice for Canada is in the works. Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman explains why it’s needed.
The shift to remote work and the migration from food service to food retail are driving trends for the 2021 season writes Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman.
As difficult as 2020 was for many people, Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman observes one positive: the consumer’s perception of the value of food has changed.
Retail Navigator columnist Peter Chapman analyzes how consumer values and habits have changed during the pandemic. And he predicts what’s in store for the New Year.