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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.
During last week’s Global Food Safety Conference, the leaders of the food retail and manufacturing industry discussed numerous topics, including the push for future growth and innovations working to keep food safe from farm to fork. While the topics ranged from panel to panel, there was one collective and overarching focus on the minds of attendees and experts which was the desire to create a stronger food safety culture.
The increasingly complex global supply chain has made food scares a common occurrence, with 63 food alerts issued by the FSA in 2015 alone. Food recalls are also on the rise: according to recent research, the number of recalls per year in the US has almost doubled since 2002. Unless handled effectively, product recalls can have potentially damaging consequences, such as loss of consumer trust and damaging the image of the retail industry as a whole.
With high profile Food Fraud cases making the headlines and impacting consumer trust, how can Retailers and Manufacturers address one of the biggest challenges facing the Global Food Industry?
In the days before refrigeration and global aviation, consumers would have to buy or locally source whatever was fresh at the time. Now consumers can buy a beef steak flown in from Argentina, served up with green beans from New Zealand and complimented with a South African red. However, sustainability and seasonality are again capturing the attention of consumers and retailers need to take notice to make the most of the opportunity or enter a winter of discontent.
Marketplace where retail buyers can easily discover innovative products by requesting product samples in just one click. Easy product discovery can help retailers to create assortments consumers love, which can boost store traffic, sales and loyalty
Selecting a Software as a Service (SaaS) vendor for a Product Lifecyle Management (PLM) solution goes beyond just looking at application features.
Functionality is maybe only 50% of the overall value proposition. While it is important that the solution meets the businesses core needs, IT directors need to help the business choose the right solution based on technology aspects of the SaaS vendors as well.