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Trace One serves the world’s leading global retail brands and a network of over 20,000 manufacturers. Read some of our customers’ thoughts.
FMCG industry is seemingly one of the fastest-moving and the most susceptible to changing trends. In today’s overcrowded market, brands are required to showcase significant points of differentiation in order to stand out.
As the global population continues to grow in a world with limited resources, the pressure is mounting on producers and manufacturers to maximize the amount of food that can be grown on existing land.
Private Label products have come a long way in recent years. Once perceived as cheap and basic compared to the national brands on offer, consumers are now recognizing that Private Labels are actually a worthwhile purchase.
Now that the retail sector is more competitive and complex than ever, retailers and suppliers around the world need new ways to adapt. That’s why Trace One is helping retail companies collaborate more efficiently while saving time and effort by launching Trace One Network.
To keep up with consumer trends (and increasingly intense competition), retailers need a way to make sense of their bounty of Private Label data. They need meaningful business intelligence that leads to smarter business decisions.
Look at your data and business intelligence strategy, and challenge it to make your company even stronger and more attractive to customers.
Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods sent a new shockwave through the U.S. (and global) retail market. The sector had already faced unprecedented disruption from digital transformation, assertive consumers, and compliance constraints.
Amid unrelenting competitive and consumer pressure, Germany’s grocery retailers are rethinking how they present their offerings.
Grocery retail is among the sectors that upcoming Brexit negotiations may shake up. As the UK separates from the European Union (EU), the country will need to start sourcing grocery products from other countries,such as the US, Japan and Germany, which may lead to different products, ingredients and standard for Britain’s supply chain.
To keep consumers safe, earn brand trust and stand out in the crowded grocery sector, U.S. retailers and suppliers must understand and adapt to compliance and trends affecting their private label and national brand food products.
When food safety scandals like the European's egg crisis strike, both retailers and suppliers are subject to investigations, and word spreads quickly. Big or small, recalls greatly impact customer loyalty as consumers tend to remember product recalls well.
Last year, Halloween delivered £325m in sales in the UK and $6.9 billion in sales in the US – retailers and suppliers will be keen to exploit the period’s growing potential this month. There are a number of important steps that retailers and manufacturers can take during Halloween to innovate in private label products, engage with consumers, and make the most of this multi-million pound opportunity.
Consumers are now demanding more information than ever. The growth of the internet and the spread of mobile devices mean that information on almost any subject is at our fingertips. This is revolutionising the way that people work, play and shop. we are entering an “Age of Disruption,” where retailers that deliver a customised experience to consumers across all devices will be the most successful.
The last week of June saw the arrival of The Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit in New York, where Trace One was in attendance along with some of the biggest names in the food and drink industry. One of the main themes discussed was the importance of consumer trust within the industry, and why retailers...