Liz Webber

Engagement Director / Fresh Market Editor , Supermarket News

Liz Webber is Engagement Director / Fresh Market Editor at Supermarket News. She covers fresh foods for the magazine and creates multimedia, blog posts and other content for the website. She joined SN in August 2012.

Posts by Liz Webber

in Total Access Jun 02, 2014

IDDBA 2014: Kids' favorites are all grown up on the show floor

One item that really caught my eye in the Show & Sell Center looked like a grown-up version of a Pizza Lunchables....More
in Total Access Jun 01, 2014

IDDBA 2014: Many Millennials leave primary channel to shop dairy, deli, bakery

Many Millennial shoppers look for items in dairy, deli and bakery outside of their primary store, The Hartman Group CEO Laurie Demeritt said in an....More
in Total Access May 21, 2014

IDDBA 2014: What to watch at Dairy-Deli-Bake

Dairy-Deli-Bake 2014 promises to showcase the latest trends across diverse fresh departments in the supermarket....More
in Viewpoints May 09, 2014

Retailers should act on climate change

While supermarkets may not be directly involved in agriculture, there is much the industry could do to take action on climate change and its effects....More
in SN Social Apr 25, 2014

Whole Foods responds to meat display backlash

Whole Foods Market apologized after photos of a meat display created controversy on Facebook....More
in SN Social Mar 27, 2014

Competition squeezing retailers in some markets

Retailers across the country are getting squeezed by a glut of competition....More
in SN Social Mar 21, 2014

Advocacy group faults Whole Foods for candy at checkout

CSPI called out Whole Foods Market on Twitter for stocking chips and candy at checkout. The retailer responded by touting its quality standards and....More
in SN Social Feb 25, 2014

Retail bakeries celebrate Mardi Gras

Though Mardi Gras isn’t until next week, some retail bakeries have been celebrating early with traditional pre-Lenten cakes and pastries....More
in Total Access Feb 18, 2014

Meat Conference 2014: Improving economy helps meat category

Attitudes about meat are starting to shift as the economy improves and convenience and nutrition gain importance in consumers' decision making,....More
in Total Access Feb 18, 2014

Meat Conference 2014: How Millennials shop for meat

By 2018, $65 billion in grocery spending will shift from Boomers to Millennials. Barbara Ford, AMG Strategic Advisors, discussed what to expect from....More
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