Students are returning to school, soon there will be a chill in the air, and consumers everywhere are eagerly anticipating the return of pumpkin spice. It must be Fall. On September 1st, Starbucks released their seasonal menu featuring the pumpkin spice latte and the popular coffee chain is not alone. Pumpkin-inspired limited time offers (LTOs) are featured at Dairy Queen, Au Bon Pain, Olive Garden, and many more chains creating special offers for the season. Learn key insights about how consumers view LTOs through the IFMA Consumer Planning Program.
Convenience store foodservice has consistently grown over the past several years, and so has the rate of c-store visitation specifically to purchase food and beverage. In response to this demand, many retailers are furthering their foodservice programs by investing in high quality ingredients and developing new, on-trend products. Learn key insights about c-store consumers through the IFMA Consumer Planning Program.
Since today’s food consumer has drastically transformed, the Consumer Planning Program (CPP) Committee was formed to address the growing needs of the industry with Richer, Smarter, Bigger Consumer Data – All in One Smart Spend Package. Do you want the opportunity to delve deeper into the consumer mindset and drive the focus of future studies? Read more.
This is the first of a series of webinars for 2015 CPP members. The webinar series, hosted by IFMA and Datassential's Jack Li, will cover all topics from the 2015 CPP report, including deep dives and micro reports. This first webinar focused on generations.
The Consumer Planning Program (CPP) was formed, in partnership with Datassential, to delve deeper into the consumer mindset, to find out why consumers pick a foodservice venue, how those decisions are made and what manufacturers (and operators) can do to influence those decisions.
CPP is managed by IFMA manufacturer members who are part of the Consumer Planning Program Committee. These professionals have made financial contributions to support Consumer Planning Program initiatives. The 2017 report is now available for purchase.