Learnings From the Lockdown: 4 Post-COVID Consumer Habits to Watch

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Why COVID-19 Will Change Consumer Habits for Good Right now, as more cities and states are easing restrictions, vaccination rates increase, and people find a hybrid of pre-and-post COVID life, the question on retailers’ minds is how COVID is changing consumer behavior for health and wellness products, and beyond?   Chances are that consumer behavior … Read more Learnings From the Lockdown: 4 Post-COVID Consumer Habits to Watch

It’s Cold Season: Prepare for Health-Focused Shoppers this Fall and Winter

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It’s Cold Season: Prepare for Health-Focused Shoppers During a Pandemic We’re entering the final stretch of 2020, and in this unusual year, a lot can happen in the next few months. What we do know is that fewer people will be hopping on planes, going to restaurants, hosting large gatherings, and crowding malls—and everyone will … Read more It’s Cold Season: Prepare for Health-Focused Shoppers this Fall and Winter

2020’s Top Trends in Natural and Organic

Spark Change Kicks Off: An Update on the Natural and Organic Market Last week, Spark Change, a Natural Products Expo, kicked off its virtual 2020 event. To start the event off, Carlotta Mast from New Hope Network and Nick McCoy from Whipstitch Capital gave attendees an update on the state of the natural and organic industry in this very unusual year.  With COVID-19 … Read more 2020’s Top Trends in Natural and Organic

3 Pandemic Shopping Trends that are Guiding Spending

Today’s Budget-Conscious Shoppers Are Focused on Wellness and Good Prices Price always matters to shoppers, but it takes on a new level of importance during a recession and a pandemic. Since the start of lockdown, shoppers have been balancing more at-home meals with a desire to stay healthy and also watch their budgets. Yet, the pandemic shifted … Read more 3 Pandemic Shopping Trends that are Guiding Spending