[Executive Briefing] State of the US Consumer: Implications for Food & Beverage

Numerator’s latest economic forecast indicates the economy is stabilizing, with slower growth and cooling inflation.

To learn more, join Numerator’s Chief Economist, Dr. Leo Feler, and SVP of CPG, Brian Kay, on July 24 at 11 AM CT for a food & beverage executive briefing on the updated two-year outlook for the US economy and related shifts in consumer behavior, with Q&A to follow. This session will cover:

  • The current state of the US consumer and the behavioral changes Numerator is observing as consumers react to a changing economy
  • An overall macroeconomic forecast, focusing on inflation, the labor market, and the potential for a “soft landing” of the US economy in the coming year
  • A drill-down into purchasing behavior and retail spending, focusing on food & beverage categories

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[Executive Briefing] State of the US Consumer: Implications for Food & Beverage

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