A product's health and wellness benefits are influential purchase decision drivers for more than half of survey respondents (59%).
Candyrific is rolling out new products, including a collectible candy dispenser just in time for Halloween.
Just a Drop odor eliminator has been getting high-profile exposure lately, being featured on “Dr. Oz” and “The Doctors.”
NRF is forecasting online sales to increase between 6% and 8% to as much as $105 billion.
PwC forecasts that today's consumer preferences and economic realities will likely make the 2015 holiday season one of the most interesting we have seen in years.
The Drug Store News/ECRM Best Product Award in the healthcare category were awarded at ECRM’s Healthcare event in St. Pete Beach, Fla.
By offering enhanced benefits for customers who use its digital coupon program, Dollar General is hoping to increase participation.
Everyone brushes their teeth. If retailers want a recession-proof product to sell, the toothbrush would seem to be it.
The vast majority of millennials indicate they would be more loyal to retailers offering the benefits they want most and they’re more likely to pay more for the experiences they value.
In the next few days, Prime Now will also add deliveries from some of LA’s local stores.