RE-Fresh for 2023 and Beyond
Fresh food had another phenomenal year, navigating the storm of high inflation, continued supply chain challenges and fluctuating mobility patterns to set record retail food and beverage sales. In the past two years, the fresh foods industry has been growing at an unprecedented rate at retail, far exceeding historical norms. However, consumers bought fewer units and volume per trip in 2022 as prices continued to rise.
In this session, IRI and FMI dig into key fresh food learnings from 2022 and what food and beverage suppliers, manufacturers and retailers need to know for the year ahead. They debut a “reFRESHed” Top Trends in Fresh list, revisiting the original list followed since 2015, when the first Top Trends in Fresh webinar premiered, to see which trends have continued, which have evolved and which are trending now and for years to come.
Rick Stein, Vice President, Fresh Foods, FMI
Sally Lyons Wyatt, Executive Vice President and Practice Leader, Client Insights, IRI
Jonna Parker, Principal, Fresh Center of Excellence, IRI