Consumers have all been met with empty shelves at grocery store over the past weeks as most states are under stay-at-home orders. Or the grocery store might have the product but not the brand a consumer would traditionally purchase. Availability and Price Factors Consumers in the current [...]
Amazon recently reported that it is moving forward with plans to open a new grocery store chain in 2020, with the first store set to open in Woodland Hills, California. Amazon’s initial step into the grocery industry was in 2017 with the $13 billion acquisition of Whole Foods. With over 500 stores [...]
GHJ Senior Manager Andrew Holoubek discusses the state of the deal market for food and beverage companies with GHJ Managing Director David Horwich. Hear insights on the hot sectors in the food and beverage space and actions to take to prepare for a transaction.Click here to listen.
How important are the ingredients that go into the food people eat? Extremely important based on recent consumer trends, with a study by Chicago-based data firm Label Insight finding that 86 percent of consumerswould have a higher sense of trust in food producers and retailers that provide access [...]
If you are involved in the finance function at your company, you have likely heard about changing revenue recognition rules. The FASB has been working since 2014 on a massive overhaul to the revenue recognition model, and it is finally here. The final standard (ASC 606 – Contracts with Customers) [...]
I recently had the opportunity to attend two very interesting food and beverage trade shows. First the Supply Side West (SSW) show in Las Vegas, followed by the Private Label Manufacturer’s Association (PLMA) show in Chicago. I was able to visit with several GHJ clients attending these shows and [...]