The average U.S. online shopper could pay $167 in sales tax on an average of $1,738 in online purchases by 2016, if lawmakers approve legislation allowing state governments to require out-of-state online retailers to collect and remit sales taxes,
To engage millennials, or those between the ages of 17 and 34 who collectively are expected to spend more than $200 billion annually starting in 2017 and $10 trillion in their lifetimes, companies should engage them with social media,
Although nearly four out of every 10 glasses of orange juice is consumed away from home, the Florida Department of Citrus spends $15 million on advertising targeting at-home consumption but only $1 million targeted at foodservice consumption.
While U.S. consumers polled say they are making an effort to eat more fruits and vegetables, they consistently eat less than the recommended daily requirement, according to the International Food Information Council Foundation.
Private label continues to threaten national brands, according to a new study from Accenture that founds 64 percent of shoppers surveyed said at least half of the products in their baskets were store-brand products.