Coming Up In ESM Issue 4 2019
Copy Deadline: Thursday 27 June
Goes To Press: Tuesday 3 July
Prepare to be inspired. In our fourth issue of 2019, ESM: European Supermarket Magazine profiles some of Europe's most innovative store designs and new retail concepts in our annual Europe's Finest report. In addition, we report from the Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit, taking place in Vancouver this year, and feature in-depth reports on the Tea, Coffee and Hot Drinks; Table Olives and Olive Oil; and Bread and Pastry categories, and a whole lot more.
Europe's Finest 2019: Showcasing The Best Of European Retail
ESM: European Supermarket Magazine's annual Europe's Finest report showcases why the European grocery sector is considered a benchmark setter when it comes to retailing. In an extensive report, we explore the most exciting new store developments, openings and redesigns of the past 18 months, as well as look at how forward-thinking retailers are looking to tap into both current and emerging customer need states. Click here to see the eye-catching stores featured in last year's edition.
Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit
ESM reports from the annual Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit, the meeting point for top CEOs from across the retail and consumer goods sectors. This year's Summit, of which ESM is a media partner, takes place in Vancouver, Canada this year, with speakers including Mark Schneider, the chief executive of Nestlé, Jean-Paul Agon, the CEO of L'Oréal, Judith McKenna, chief executive, Walmart International, Galen Weston, CEO of Loblaws, and Max Koeune, chief executive of McCain, among others.
Table Olives and Olive Oil
The Table Olives category has been boosted by consumer demand for healthy, convenient snacking options, while the Olive Oil category continues to be a major growth driver in the edible oils segment. As the category evolves, so does consumer knowledge about the different olive variants and their respective taste profiles, opening yet more opportunities. ESM explores this vibrant sector.
Tea, Coffee and Hot Drinks
With the growth of at-home solutions such as Nescafé's Nespresso and Dolce Gusto, it's never been easier for consumers to have that 'coffee-shop experience'. But as consumer knowledge about the Coffee category grows, so shoppers are seeking out particular taste profiles, as well as products with good provenance. At the same time, growing interest in health and wellbeing is helping the boost the Tea category, with many retailers looking to expand their private label tea offering. ESM looks at the trends influencing the hot drinks segment.
Bread And Pastry Products
The Bread and Pastry Products category is a hotbed of innovation at present, with new developments in healthier and added-benefit products, the continued growth of sourdough, and a range of innovations aimed at gluten-free consumers. In addition, retailers are developing novel in-store solutions to ensure that they maintain healthy profits from bakery throughout the day, while also keeping waste to a minimum. ESM reports.
Plus much much more…
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