Cooking Up the Future of Eating

 

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, eating at home has become more important— and this shift appears to be sticky. Grocery categories commonly used for at-home meals continue to enjoy an elevated share of shopper spend. At the same time, snacking is becoming increasingly important, stealing eating occasions from formal meals.

In this exclusive webinar, the Numerator Consulting team will share results from a comprehensive study on the future of eating. You’ll learn:

  • How consumption occasions have shifted throughout the pandemic
  • Who WFH shoppers are, and how brands and retailers can engage them
  • How consumers expect their cooking and meal prep habits to change
  • The brands and categories that are winning today’s at-home meal & snack occasions

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Cooking Up the Future of Eating

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