Special Discount Expires November 15, 2020
From one-stop shopping to multichannel shopping to online markets and click-and-collect, The Hartman Group continues to track consumers’ evolving perceptions, needs, habits, and relationships with food retailers. Now, during this time of crisis and uncertainty, it is even more important to understand new consumer behaviors regarding food sourcing and what they might look like in the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced unprecedented disruptions to how consumers procure food, including disturbances to the supply chain, changes to how they plan their shopping trips and physically move through the store, and a meteoric rise of online shopping paired with a sudden interruption to restaurant dining.
The Hartman Group’s Food Sourcing in America, July/August 2020 takes an in-depth look at these changes to help food industry professionals understand the current landscape of food procurement and make viable predictions about the future.
Key topic areas include:
- Shifts in Context, Shifts in Food Sourcing
- Food Shopping in a Pandemic
- The Anatomy of a Grocery Trip
- Channel Engagement and Performance
- Channel and Retailer Profiles
- Online Shopping
- The Rise of Private Label
- Restaurant Sourcing in a Pandemic
- Implications and Recommendations
Order now and receive this exclusive, data- and insight-laden report today.
$12,500 until Nov. 15, 2020. $15,000 after Nov. 15, 2020