Deloitte: Healthy Eating Creates New Opportunities for Growth in Fresh Food

September 27, 2022 Deloitte

With inflation top of mind, it is difficult for consumers to look beyond price. However, according to Deloitte’s annual report on fresh food, consistent demand for products that foster health and wellness may provide a ray of light for the industry to influence where and how they shop. The report, “Fresh Food as Medicine for the Heartburn of High Prices,” examines the impact of inflation on consumers’ food purchases and how fresh food producers and grocers can adapt to drive new opportunities.

Deloitte: Demand for Fresh Food Shows No Signs of Cooling Yet Consumers are Checking Out More Frozen Alternatives

October 1, 2021 Deloitte

Consumers are worried the fresh food on store shelves isn’t as fresh as it used to be. Sixty percent say the time between buying and spoiling has gotten shorter recently. Meanwhile, 3 in 4 consumers say storing frozen food is convenient.

Deloitte and FMI – The Food Industry Association: New Study Examines the Future of Work in the Food Industry

July 29, 2021 Deloitte

Pandemic-influenced behaviors continue to impact the food industry, as food retailers cite online shopping as the biggest change driver (48%) for the future of work. Consequently, the effects are trickling down to product suppliers who are tasked with changing to meet evolving demands from retailers (49%).

Barry Callebaut and Deloitte Collaborate to Accelerate Support for Cocoa Farming Communities in Indonesia

February 9, 2021 Barry Callebaut

Barry Callebaut, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products and Deloitte, a leading global provider of professional services, jointly announced today a multi-year strategic collaboration to deliver educational and skills development programs to empower over 30,000 cocoa farmers in Sulawesi and Sumatra to permanently lift them out of poverty.

Deloitte: Pandemic Reveals New Ingredients Driving Growth in Fresh Food

October 15, 2020 Deloitte

COVID-19 has significantly changed how we think about, shop for, prepare and even stock up on fresh food. According to Deloitte’s new report, “The Future of Fresh: Patterns from the Pandemic,” the anxiety of shopping in store, combined with ongoing health and financial concerns, has disrupted consumer buying patterns, and created new opportunities for businesses.