Speaking at New Products Conference: Randi Kronthal-Sacco, NYU Center for Sustainable Business & Larry Levin, IRI
August 21, 2019
IRI’s EVP of Market & Shopper Intelligence Larry Levin, and Randi Kronthal-Sacco, Senior Scholar, Marketing and Corporate Outreach, NYU Center for Sustainable business will share the impact and importance of driving new sustainable products.
The report dives into many Ardent Mills initiatives that are making a positive environmental impact
July 29, 2019
“Our sustainability pillars focus on agriculture, operations, procurement and transportation,” said Dan Dye, CEO of Ardent Mills. “We recently aligned our efforts with the United Nations and their Agenda for Sustainable Development and Sustainable Development Goals. By championing sustainability and focusing on these global goals, we believe our investment in sustainability delivers a product that brings value to our customers and the environment.”
NYU, IRI research shows sustainability-marketed products delivered more than 50% of CPG market growth since 2013
March 11, 2019
The research conducted by Stern’s Center for Sustainable Business found that sustainability-marketed products delivered 50.1% of market growth from 2013-2018 while representing 16.6% of the CPG market in dollar sales in 2018.
As part of its Walmart Reimagined campaign, the retailer is aiming to boost store traffic by converting excess parking space to experimental communities comprised of food halls, recreation areas and even mobile healthcare units.
Health and wellness was one of the top trends driving new product innovation in 2017. 2018 won't be drastically different. Instead, these movements will become more mature and specialized—and inspire beverages that are hyper-personalized to give consumers a range of options.
Report tracks momentum against more than 30 nutrition, health and wellness, sustainability and social impact commitments, and highlights more than 1,000 product reformulations
October 8, 2015
The company celebrates key achievements such as more than 1,000 product reformulations for consumer health and preference considerations, as well as a new commitment to achieve zero waste to landfill status in all U.S. factories by 2020.