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Survey finds 2019 investments by food retailers paved the way for meeting 2020 consumer demands.
The annual The Food Retailing Industry Speaks (Speaks) report, released today by FMI—The Food Industry Association, finds that in 2019 the food retail industry saw strong operational performance, which helped the industry face challenges in 2020. At the same time, outside forces including trade, credit/debit card interchange fees and health care costs impacted food retailers and kept profit margins steady.
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“The Food Retailing Industry Speaks” report finds that in 2019 the food retail industry saw strong operational performance, which helped the industry face challenges in 2020. (Graphic: Business Wire)
“In 2019, the food retail industry saw same store sales rise to 3.3%,” shared Leslie G. Sarasin, president and CEO of FMI. “Food retailers experimented with new technologies, online sales, and health and well-being initiatives.
The TV presenter and horticulturist has opened up about how getting outside can improve our mental health…
Watching Garden Rescue on TV is a welcome comfort for many, especially during such uncertain times when we could all use a bit of distraction. But getting out into the great outdoors and using some of the expert tips provided by the BBC show is something that presenter Charlie Dimmock is passionate about.
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The garden expert and former Ground Force star opened up about the benefits of getting outside and doing some gardening – no matter your level of knowledge – and why it’s key when it comes to improving our mental wellbeing.
Charlie is keen to spread the message that gardening improves mental health
Speaking at the Garden Press Event
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