London Produce Show: Kantar Insights Director Explains How The Channels We Shop Have Changed Significantly
The supermarket and grocery sector in the United Kingdom has seen tremendous activity over the past several years, from the exit of Walmart from its ASDA partnership, to the growth of the deep discounters on the one hand and home delivery of groceries, including produce, on the other. At the same time, consumers have been […]
Placing Premium Pricing on Taste, Texture … And Discounted Pricing on Gene-Edited Produce
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is an excerpt from a longer piece published on Jim Prevor’s PerishablePundit.com, based on a presentation given at The New York Produce Show and Conference. You can read the complete interview here: http://www.perishablepundit.com/index.php?article=3418 By Bradley Rickard Professor Brad Rickard of Cornell University spoke with Mira Slott of Produce Business magazine. As part of a five-year USDA […]
Agriculture Professor Lays Out The Case For The Power Of Data
John Bovay, Assistant Professor of Agriculture and Applied Economics at Virginia Tech University in the United States, has become a fixture at The New York Produce Show and Conference presenting many thoughtful pieces, a few of which we have profiled here: NYPS Veteran Professor, John Bovay, Presents New Study On The Effect Of Organic Promotion And Its […]
Is pursuing data-driven worth it, even for smaller suppliers and retailers?
Originally printed in the February 2021 issue of Produce Business. The term ‘data-driven’ conjures up images of big companies, big data and big bucks, but many companies may be surprised to learn they do have access to data for decision-making. “Twenty years ago in category management, every supplier had to create their own path,” says Steve Lutz, senior vice president, insights […]