Peanut butter maker Jif is rolling out tow new varieties of its new Jif To Go Dippers with a social media contest.
Despite a growing number of consumers identifying themselves as healthy snackers, sales of more traditional snack foods — potato chips, corn chips and cheesy snacks — continue to flourish.
Since their introduction a few years ago, Clif Bar & Co.’s Shot Bloks have been among the best-selling nutrition bars in the specialty store segment.
Alexa Health Products’ FruitChia bars have garnered a great deal of attention over the past year. Made with only two ingredients — fruit and chia seeds — the naturally sweetened, gluten-free bars provide a mixture of antioxidants, dietary fiber, and omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids.
While public health officials and the media continue to trumpet how many Americans’ eating habits can adversely affect their health, consumers do not yet seem ready to swear off traditional snack foods in favor of more healthy options.
Look for Walgreens to continue to try to create a kind of retail theater, focused very sharply on the front end of the store.
iBeacon technology, the Apple iOS 7 feature that helps mobile devices track their position relative to stationary beacons by using low-frequency Bluetooth transmissions, is getting quite a bit of attention from retailers.
Walmart plans to launch its opening price point private label, Price First, nationwide in late third quarter, executives told analysts on Friday.
McDonald's and Kraft are collaborating to bring McDonald's McCafé brand to retail shelves across the United States. The packaged coffees will give consumers a convenient way to enjoy the McCafé experience in their own homes, the companies said.
Beginning Aug. 19, the taxi app company Uber will offer a drug store shopping service for a limited time in a limited area to Washington, D.C., residents.