Grocery Headquarters annual State of the Industry Almanac maneuvers through produce department sales.
Cutting energy costs through efficiency improvements could yield retailers tens of millions of dollars in additional profit.
Consumers still want to go to the supermarket instead of buying on the Web; retailers must give them a reason to do so.
Trends that made an impact in the health and wellness segment will continue to be strong in the coming year.
Retailers have developed a solid understanding that lighting can—and should—be used for more than just general-purpose task lighting.
Cooking and specialty oils are two of the most lucrative categories in grocery—so long as they are properly stocked and promoted.
Independent supermarkets can create programs that convert current consumers into in-store pharmacy patrons.
By teaming with suppliers and utilizing the tools they have to offer, supermarkets can grow their pharmacy business.
Snacking and hothouse on the vine make up more than 55 percent of the tomatoes category.
Leased departments may provide a boost to supermarkets, but there are things to be wary of.
Grocery Headquarters honors the produce companies cultivating the ground today, thus ensuring a bright future for tomorrow.
David Leonardo, senior vice president of franchising at Pet Supplies Plus, says pet owners are looking for more convenient ways to purchase products.
Gary Sycz, director of business development for Arylessence, says fragrances and flavors make huge contributions to the success of a brand.
Jamie Bowen, marketing manager for the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC), says keeping Idaho potatoes front-of-mind is a labor of love.
Rachel Cullen, president and CEO of Ruiz Foods, says family ownership is what makes the company unique.
The Grocery Headquarters annual State of the Industry Almanac takes a comprehensive look at dozens of supermarket categories.
Health and beauty care categories are some of the most important that consumer shop.
It is clear “sale-ing” in the seafood department for the foreseeable future.
Tobacco and electronic cigarette manufacturers are innovating to meet consumer demands.
Providing the right mix and educational support can go a long way for grocers trying to boost sales in the vitamin and nutritional products segment.