Ordering trends show beer tops alcohol orders for the year
December 14, 2022
Chicago-based Grubhub released its annual retrospective look at the biggest national ordering trends and eating habits of the year in a report called “2022 Delivered.” By analyzing millions of orders from diners this year, it shows that comfort inspired what consumers ate, revealing who they were in 2022, the company says.
For Reyes Beer Division, a business unit of Reyes Holdings, L.L.C., based in Rosemont, Ill., it’s the emphasis on employee engagement that it credits for fostering the “succeed as one” culture that it values so much.
Shopper intelligence firm estimates St. Patrick’s Day week sales to be 5-15% higher than 2019 levels
March 10, 2022
Shopper intelligence leader Catalina, St. Petersburg, Fla., has tapped into its Buyer Intelligence Platform to determine how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted alcohol beverage purchases at grocery stores across the country for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and how they are likely to fare in 2022.
Company highlights success within emerging markets, beyond beer segments
July 29, 2021
Molson Coors Beverage Co., Golden, Colo., and Montreal, reported results for the 2021 second quarter. In the second quarter, the company made significant progress against its revitalization plan that it laid out nearly two years ago, it says.
Due to COVID-19, the independent craft beer market is seeing product volume declines of around 8 percent. Yet, craft brewers have been able to invest in new platforms and modes of selling. Those utilizing eCommerce and offering enhanced to-go offerings and food are reinventing themselves to drive growth.
Premiumization, eCommerce will be more vital for recovery efforts
May 27, 2020
Although worldwide beverage alcohol volume increased slightly in 2019, reversing declines from the year prior, it will be five years before the global industry rebounds from the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, according to comprehensive new research from IWSR Drinks Market Analysis.
Basket sizes for frozen foods, packaged foods and beverages up vs. 2019
May 5, 2020
For the United States, sales trends remain slightly elevated as total store sales are up 4.1 percent, according to IRI data. Total non-edible sale are relatively flat (up 0.8 percent), while total edible sales are up 5.1 percent.
Grocery channel outpaces MULO since peak stockpiling
April 27, 2020
IRI updated the report “Consumer Spending Tracker: COVID-19 Impact” to capture the most recent insights. The most recent report sources sales data from the IRI POS Data ending April 12. For the United States, sales trends remain elevated but are down significantly from its peak. Total store sales were up 14.3 percent for that time period. For edible, sales were up 18.8 percent; however, for the week timeframe, non-edible sales were down 0.8 percent.