The sports nutrition market has become more mainstream, whilst dedicated gym goers and sports people may have seen products as purely functional, everyday consumers want sports nutrition products that they can easily incorporate into everyday routines. Consumers are taking a more proactive, holistic and long-term approach to health. This means that there is a significant opportunity for brands of nutritious, “better-for-you” products to target these consumers. So, is the everyday consumer actively looking for sports nutrition products?
This year’s data reveals that 43% of store-based retailers surveyed expect a net increase in the number of brick-and-mortar stores they operate by the end of 2018 compared with 2017.
March 16, 2018
Traditional and online retailing are increasingly intertwined, as customers shop across touchpoints and use both platforms, according to the annual State of Retailing Online study released by the National Retail Federation (NRF), Washington, D.C., and Forrester, Cambridge, Mass.
The findings reveals that 85% of respondents state they trust private brand products at least as much as national brands.
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Daymon, a Stamford, Conn.-based subsidiary of Advantage Solutions, released its first-ever Private Brand Intelligence Report, which provides a “State of the Industry” analysis on how private brands stack up against national brands.
. The highest consumers are kids ages 9-13 who get 57% of their calories from energy-dense, nutritionally-lacking products.
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Partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, co-development and other collaborative models are best suited to leverage new technology in the design of smart solutions.
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The advent of novel technologies in the fields of life science development, advanced material design, microelectronics and nanotechnology, advanced thermodynamics, food engineering and processing and Internet of Things (IoT) innovations are converging through food safety testing applications and smart food safety management.
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