Manufacturers and retailers change packaging and use displays and discounts to distract from higher costs.
High labor costs and supply shortages could spell higher prices at the checkout lane.
Grocery delivery became an overnight necessity for many during the pandemic, and it may be a habit that will stick.
Demand for avocados rose about 7% last year. But some consumers found there were drawbacks to buying them via curbside delivery.
Groceries are recession-proof, they sign long leases and bring foot traffic to strip malls. But there can be too many in one area.
Companies like General Mills may need to focus on their digital strategies, to keep consumers buying their brands.
Vaccines present opportunity for big retailers in general and grocery chains in particular.
In part because they're more crowded and people stay longer, researchers found.
Demand for garlic is up during the COVID pandemic as more people cook at home.
The pandemic led to more people shopping for groceries online. But that trend may not hold.