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Fresh Gives Bricks a Leg Up: Report

Other reasons to shop in stores include using coupons, sampling foods.

Finding the Path to Growth with a View of the Total Consumer

Make no mistake about it: The fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and retail landscape is facing systemic change unlike anything in recent history. While the first quarter of the year kicked off with slowed growth, the recipe for selling hasn’t really changed: retailers need to find more customers and get them to load up bigger baskets while raising prices. Yet slowing U.S. population growth, fragmented spending across channels and deflationary pressures remain key challenges.

NRF: Inventory shrink cost the industry $48.9B in 2016

Retail inventory “shrink” increased to $48.9 billion in 2016 from $45.2 billion in 2015, as cost-cutting measures have left retail security budgets flat or declining, according to the annual National Retail Security Survey released Thursday by the National Retail Federation and the University of Florida.

6 ways the Amazon Whole Foods Deal Could Impact the Grocery Industry

Analysts say retailers can expect more pricing pressure, consolidation and higher consumer expectations for online shopping and delivery.

Great Incentives Can Drive Mobile Pay in Grocery

Today, more consumers are spending via mobile payment platforms than they were just a few years ago. These platforms, in return, are benefiting retailers, which are using them for differentiation, gathering shopper data and even increasing operational efficiency.
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