What does the new ‘eating at home’ mean for grocers and restaurants?
Ipsos research shows that 55% of Americans say they are cooking more than before the pandemic. About three in ten are also using more food and grocery delivery. This opens the door for grocers to further their competition with restaurants.
Discover What The FutureIpsos research highlights Americans’ unique view of wealth and the influence that digital, diversity and the Great Wealth Transfer will have on how we pass, share, spend and invest it.
What’s keeping us from making our food supply chain better?
How will the supply chain evolve to address the tensions between our ‘on-demand’ economy and conflicting desire for sustainability, for locally-pro¬duced, but also cheap and accessible food? Ipsos interviews Marina Mayer, editor-in-chief of both Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazines, on where she thinks the supply chain is headed.
How will delivery drive food convenience in the future?
Restaurant chains to grocers are investing in delivery-only ghost kitchens and other technology to make getting food even more convenient. Ipsos interviews Wendy’s Chief Information Officer Kevin Vasconi on what that means for the future of restaurants