Is There A Trump Consumer?

The Battle For The Stomach

Supermarkets and restaurants have been battling with each other for decades, but the war has taken a new turn as retailers become more aggressive with gourmet foods that consumers can heat and serve. Join news anchor Jodi Daley and PLMA president Brian Sharoff as they examine supermarket strategies and consumer attitudes. Click here for video.

Everyone now knows that there are Trump voters. But are there Trump consumers? Brad Edmondson analyzes the link between the voting booth and the supermarket.

Alternative Milk Changing Basics

  • Alternative Milk
    Milk is milk! Unless it is soy milk or almond milk or any of the other alternatives that have found their way onto the dairy shelves of America’s supermarkets. Click here for video.
And Then There Were Two

Walgreen's acquisition of Rite Aid may not be final, but the chain drug landscape is down to two huge players. Roy White examines the pending impact on retailers.

Family Time Grows

Whether it's making a homemade pizza or brownies, some families are using mealtimes and store brands to create fun for themselves. Brad Edmondson reports.

Keeping Up with Technology

Retail technology has moved from a cost to an investment, but what are the limits? Len Lewis explains the benefits and pitfalls.

Best Buy, Best Moves

There's good news for retailers as Best Buy demonstrates how to use private label to make itself competitive again. Christopher Durham has details.

Big Brands Struggle

Ali Dibadj, Senior Vice President for Bernstein Research, says cutbacks by the big brands are creating an opportunity for store brands.