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A Battle for Clean Caffeine at the 2021 NACS Show in Chicago

Matthew Barry

Matthew Barry

14 Oct 21

Providing on-the-go energy has always been a preoccupation of beverages in C-store channels. Even so, the number of products aiming at energy occasions was notable at the 2021 National Association of Convenience Store Show (NACS) in Chicago, IL. Energy drink and RTD coffee sales did not drop as initially expected during the pandemic and this was in large part due to strong sales at channels like C-stores that never shut down. With even a global pandemic not capable of strongly denting demand for on-the-go energy in US convenience stores, it is not surprising that many exhibitors at the NACS show were eager to show their new energy beverages.

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Euromonitor Predicts the Future of Retail Stores in 2040

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

11 Oct 21

CHICAGO: E-commerce drove 75% of the $3 trillion growth in global retail sales over the past decade, according to Euromonitor. This digital transformation is forcing retailers to redefine the use of traditional stores to enable immersive, personalized and optimized shopping environments.

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Key Questions for Understanding US Travel’s Uneven Recovery

Alex Jarman

Alex Jarman

6 Oct 21

The US travel industry saw a strong recovery in the summer of 2021, largely due to the strong performance of domestic leisure travel. This blog looks at some of the most common questions about how the pandemic has changed travel in the US, from where travellers stay to how long it will take for the industry to recover fully. The piece investigates what the “new normal” for travel will be in the US, and considers how travel’s recovery could be hampered by the COVID-19 Delta variant.

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Cleaning Products US

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

Washington D.C. 29 Sep 21 | ET: 01:00 AM
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Shoptalk Fall Meetup 2021

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

19 Oct 21 | CT: 10:30 AM
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CBD's Slowdown in the US: What Went Wrong in 2020

Alexander Esposito

Alexander Esposito

7 Sep 21

By the end of 2019, CBD had completed an impressive entry into the American consumer market. In just a year, the non-psychoactive compound had gone from near total obscurity to just over USD4 billion in sales. Fast forward to late 2020, however, and momentum seems to have stalled for this nascent industry. Sales have inched forward at about 20% in year-over-year terms, well below expectations for a product that’s just getting started, and consumer sentiment has become decidedly more mixed. This slowdown comes as a result of an oversaturation of CBD products and regulatory uncertainty that has hampered product launches and quality.

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American Rescue Plan Opens Door for Summer Spending Spree, Child Poverty Reduction

Ryan Tuttle

Ryan Tuttle

12 Mar 21

On Thursday, 11 March, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan into law. Included in the massive, controversial law are a litany of tax and aid provisions that strive to dramatically shift the US economic landscape in 2021, and perhaps…

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Election, Coronavirus or Trade War - Which Poses the Greater Risk to the US Economy?

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

27 Oct 20

The US, the world’s largest economy, producing around a quarter of all global output in US dollar terms, now faces major disruption, which could affect the global economic recovery from Coronavirus (COVID-19)-induced recession. Americans are…

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Hi-Tech Goods Industry to Suffer Most Amongst B2B Industries in a China-US Trade War

Justinas Lasinskas

Justinas Lasinskas

3 Jun 19

More and more industrial companies are being affected by U.S.-China trade tensions. To date, the introduced import tariffs by the U.S. mostly included B2B products such as electronic components, automotive parts, machinery, metal products and…