WHO: Larry Levin, Executive Vice President, IRI®
Steve Ramsey, Executive Vice President, IRI
WHAT: In a workshop session titled “The Impact of Organic and Antibiotic-Free Positioning on Total Store Sales,” IRI’s Larry Levin and Steve Ramsey will highlight how organic and antibiotic-free meat claims continue to grow at rates far exceeding today’s overall meat and poultry business. Consumer adoption and belief in these claims has propelled fresh chicken sales of products with these consumer-demanded benefits to now account for nearly one in five dollars in this growing and important segment.
WHY: Retailers are including organic and antibiotic-free in their assortment of product offerings, because they not only drive importance in their home department, but also are a catalyst for sales across the store. Via the IRI NaturaLink™ segmentation, manufacturers and retailers can identify who are the early-adopter consumers, their impact on the meat department, and how to market to them and others to further the adoption of products promoted with these attributes.
WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, 9:15 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. CST
WHERE: 2017 Annual Meat Conference
2201 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75207
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