loss prevention strategies

Like other retailers, grocers and supermarkets find the holidays to be one of the most prosperous seasons of the year. But with more store traffic comes greater pressure to protect store assets and prevent loss.

By now, all grocers should be aware of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act), the $2 trillion economic relief plan passed by the U.S. Senate this past March. While the $1,200 stimulus check is definitely the most popular...

As annual digital coupon spending approaches the $1 billion dollar mark, we must examine whether the CPG industry is experiencing a shift away from free-standing insert (FSI) coupons to digital coupons. If the landscape is changing to digital, we...

Expired products spring up in every corner of a grocery store. Yet, there are key areas with a higher than usual density. These hot spots must remain top of mind to ensure a quality and fresh shopping experience. And while many of the influencing...

The Product Expiration blind spot at supermarkets today are caused by multiple issues that include:

When you think of loss prevention, you think of the obvious operational strategies against shoplifting, fraud, employee theft, and administrative errors. It’s likely that, as a retailer, you have many systems in place to stay informed about loss in...

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