There has never been a shortage of anything on grocery store shelves during the emergency.Read more
At home and out-of-home: Italians insist on conviviality, but they use their judgement. We will be keeping a closer eye on prices when we go shopping.Read more
The entire sector is growing, many segments up by double figures. Surprising performance for condiments, pre-cooked and frozen foods. As home chefs, Italians trust in mass market b ...Read more
To satisfy a need for gratification, and with the closure of bakeries and gelato parlours, Italians (re)discovered gelato and frozen pastry in supermarkets during the lockdown.
Double figure growth confirms the validity of the sector’s development. Products offer increasingly high quality and a strong service content and respond to a new need for convivia ...
For the fish sector, the lockdown and restart periods have provided an opportunity to focus greater attention on sustainable, quality products. Efforts that have been rewarded with ...
An entire day dedicated to food with an event that, by drawing parallels with the fashion sector, similar in terms of its dynamics, will offer even more tips and interesting reflec ...
The frozen segment is going through real change and requires a fresh approach, even on traditional markets. An ICE webinar in collaboration with UNAS and TUTTOFOOD sheds some light ...
New opportunities emerge for players across the F&B supply chains thanks to the customers’ growing demand for customisation and authenticity, as well as quality and even aesthetics ...
From e-commerce to local loyalty and from phygital stores to food delivery, the effects of changes in our eating habits brought about by the lockdown are here to stay.
Positive le vendite nel primo trimestre, ma restano le incognite. Qualità, innovazione e soluzioni alternative sono la chiave per preservare il fatturato.
From stockpiling to self-indulgence? This would appear to be one of the most interesting developments during the eight weeks of lockdown.
The grocery store, as confirmed month after month by IRI data, is one of the historical best-sellers in structured retailing.
The meat sector, and charcuterie in particular, is one of the international banners of excellence Made in Italy.
Between two and three-figure growth and doubts regarding the future, a smart home will increasingly become the hub of consumption. The sector will have to respond with new product ...
In three months, Italians have bought packaged food from supermarkets for over 12 and a half billion euro, more than 5.2 billion in March alone, with a surge of almost one fifth.