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Lacey Bertucci

Senior Solutions Consultant @Label insight: Lacey received her Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and was a four year member and team captain of the Varsity Women’s Basketball team. With ten years experience in the CPG industry, she has a passion for ingredients, syndicated data and analytics.

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Sales  |  high-order attributes  |  off pack attributes

Sustainability sells. What's in it for brands?

Four out of five global respondents said that it is “extremely” or “very” important that companies implement programs to improve the environment. And 30% of consumers are willing to pay a premium for products that deliver on social responsibility claims.* Sustainability has a myriad of meanings to consumers. And there’s a broad spectrum of practices that encompass what it means to be sustainable in their eyes.

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NPI  |  data bite  |  pet food

DataBite: What’s trending? Food, pets and household cleaners get some fresh ingredients

Sales data powered by Nielsen Product Insider   Americans are all about the superfoods. And not only have we added these ingredients into our diets, we’ve found multiple ways to incorporate them in other parts of our lives.   We’re well underway into 2019, but we took a moment to look back at the overall trends of 2018 so we can see what may dominate store shelves this year. Americans are cramming in all the health they can into each high-protein bite, meal-prepped lunch, or diet fad du jour. In fact, they’re also taking some of these foods and cleaning with it, and sharing the love with their pets, too.

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NPI  |  Trends & Research

What are the best diets to follow in 2019?

Sales data and visuals powered by Nielsen Product Insider The New Year serves as an opportunity to reset and realign against a set of new goals. A 2018 Health Shopper Survey from Nielsen states that 37% of consumers are following a specific diet - up from 35% in 2017 and 29% in 2016. Now more than ever, Americans are resolving to prioritize and become more invested in their health and wellness in the New Year, including but not limited to revamping daily eating regimens.

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