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    Total Store Connectivity: Revealing New Pathways to Win – Specialty Cheese
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Total Store Connectivity: Revealing New Pathways to Win – Specialty Cheese
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Find out how cheese sales demonstrate value and inspire innovation to the rest of the store. Learn how to maximize partnerships with bakery bread, beef steak and others categories ripe for profitable collaboration with specialty cheese. Also, discover new ways to connect with consumer needs based on specified mission trips, like quick trips and stock-up trips.

Insights include:

  • Specialty cheese has become a key player within the deli space, representing roughly 12% of total deli sales and ranking as one of the top 10 fastest growing categories within deli.
  • Consumers who purchase specialty cheese have nearly double the basket size of the average shopper.
  • Specialty cheese strongly connects to 83 store categories, which represent around 25% of total store sales and spans across 50% of store departments.

Developed in conjunction with Nielsen Perishables Group, the information was presented during a live webinar on May 20, 2015.

Both the research and the recorded webinar are accessible to IDDBA members.

Nielsen Perishables Group - 2015

 

Total Store Connectivity

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