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    OCT 24, 2019

    (We break proximity mobile payments into three tiers of payments: Low-priced payments are less than $20 and occur in coffee chains, fast-food restaurants and vending machines; mid-tier payments range from $20 to $100 and usually take place in grocery stores, gas stations and restaurants; high-priced payments exceed $100 per purchase, commonly in electronics or general merchandise stores.).

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    SEP 9, 2019

    Cash, however, was still king for more minuscule payments, such as buying at fast-food restaurants, per Mercator. And according to an August 2019 study conducted by CreditCards.com and YouGov, nearly half of US internet users polled said they typically used cash when buying something in-person for less than $10. While neither surveys broke out mobile payments, adoption is steadily growing.

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    MAR 19, 2019

    Mobile payments are most popular for lower-priced purchases such as coffee and fast food, with virtually all mobile proximity payment users tapping or scanning their phones for low-cost items at places like Starbucks and Sweetgreen.

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    DEC 7, 2018

    Direct-to-consumer brands like Everlane and Bonobos, fast casual grain bowl chain Sweetgreen and beauty salon Drybar are just a few businesses that have adopted a cashless model. But consumers aren't necessarily ready to do away with cash.

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    NOV 5, 2018

    Not everyone orders food online, but the competition for customers is still fierce

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    NOV 1, 2018

    There has been speculation that Amazon Go could also compete with quick-service restaurants, which meshed with this survey's respondents citing fast food (48%) and fast-casual (43%) as potentially being replaced. The second-most-cited response was vending machines (62%), which might be less obvious. Only 29% saw Amazon Go as a grocery store alternative.

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    JUL 25, 2019

    We define retail advertising to include mail order and catalog companies, restaurants and fast food, drug stores, retail stores, cosmetics stores, merchants of apparel, home furnishings and textiles, toys, pet food and supplies, appliances, jewelry and general merchandise.

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    NOV 11, 2019

    Beyond Burger has teamed up with fast-food places like Burger King, Impossible Foods has an exclusive partnership with The Cheesecake Factory, and Nestlé is coming out with its own plant-based products. What’s your competitive advantage? We are working with customers in retail as well as customers in food service and restaurants. So, at the moment, we're building some of those partnerships.

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    JUL 18, 2019

    Some newer players, such as fashion and apparel and fast food, are competing for the same inventory, according to Michael Paxman, product communications lead at Adjust. “This means is that the days of buying an entire network inventory for the day are done,” he said. “You can't. ... If you try to buy big, you will lose to bigger pockets.”. Retargeting is also top of mind for many.

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    MAY 28, 2020

    Nearly half of internet users in China said they'll be eating out at restaurants less often post-pandemic, while fewer said the same about bars and pubs (35%), fast-food outlets (31%) and cinemas (33%), per GlobalWebIndex. Retailers are aware of these apprehensions, but in an effort to begin this new normal, many stores in China are opening with new measures in place.

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    APR 6, 2020

    While the COVID-19 pandemic is creating a major drag on the global economy, it’s helping to accelerate the development and commercialization of several emerging technologies that have, until now, received lukewarm public and/or government support.

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    FEB 27, 2020

    And social media is proving to be an outlet for millennials’ expression of culinary interests, posting photos of dishes, even if it’s as lowbrow as fast food. Whether for pickup or delivery, using a smartphone or tablet is far more common among the 18-to-34 age group, according to February 2019 data from Restaurants Canada and BrandSpark.

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    MAR 29, 2020

    Leon, a UK chain serving healthy fast food, planned to unveil a new ecommerce platform in late March, offering a “direct-to-home delivery service of chef-quality prepared meals.” Orders continue to be available for delivery via Deliveroo and Uber Eats.

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    JAN 27, 2020

    Consumers have become more socially conscious in the ways they shop. At the same time, the notoriously unsustainable practice of fast fashion is thriving.

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    MAR 26, 2021

    Whether it’s a viral dance move, a meme, or food-preparation techniques like tortilla hacks and whipped coffee (also known as Dalgona coffee), it’s important for marketers to keep an eye on what’s bubbling up among users—and be prepared to act fast. Sometimes the trend is applicable to many brands, like with Dalgona coffee.

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    JUN 7, 2019

    The online grocery space is immense and fast-growing, with players such as Walmart and Target leveraging their sizeable brick-and-mortar locations to take on Amazon. As the landscape continues to shift, here’s what marketers need to keep in mind.

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    MAR 18, 2019

    Online grocery is a massive and fast-growing market. We estimate that grocery ecommerce in the US—specifically online food and beverage sales—will grow 18.2% to $19.89 billion in 2019 and will rank as the fastest-growing product category online.

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    OCT 3, 2019

    For example, diners at international fast-food chain CaliBurger can scan their faces to order and pay for their food at the chain’s Pasadena, California location. The technology, developed by NEC Corporation, requires loyalty-club members to opt in, and is expected to be rolled out to all CaliBurger locations this year. Real-time messaging.

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    DEC 18, 2018

    A nice thought, but these may elicit as much consumer enthusiasm as the healthy salads that fast-food chains feel obliged to include on their menus. —Mark Dolliver. Trends We Wish We’d Predicted Last Year. While formulating our predictions for 2019, we looked back at what we predicted for 2018 to see how well we did in last year’s Digital Trends report.

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    NOV 13, 2018

    MXN2.35 billion ($124.3 million) total B2C sales (including fast-food restaurants, candy stores, toy stores and recreation centers) estimated in 2018, +4.0% over the same month in 2017 [National Chamber of Commerce Services and Tourism of Mexico City (Canaco-CdMx)]. How consumers shop:. In 2018, there was a 5% increase in electronic items due to stronger demand by children.

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    JUL 8, 2019

    Fashion and apparel, fast food and sports leagues are just some of the newer players starting to compete for the same inventory, according to Michael Paxman, product communications lead at Adjust. “What this means is that the days of buying an entire network inventory for the day are done,” he said. “You can't ... If you try to buy big, you will lose to bigger pockets.”.

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    FEB 13, 2019

    That said, On Device Research found some affinity between smartphones and purchases of both groceries and fast food in the UK in April 2018. Some 34% of smartphone owners had bought fast food with their phone in the three months prior to the survey, and 29% had bought groceries. IRI reported that across Europe, millennials in particular turned to their phones for food shopping.

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    JUL 30, 2019

    Spotify’s Gierlinska offered the example of a fast-food company that uses only breakfast-themed audio ads in the morning and will also tailor the message based on the city. “You can have multiple versions of that kind of creative on a very cost-effective basis,” she said. The affordability of dynamic creative for digital audio ads is worth underscoring.

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    SEP 24, 2020

    Consumer packaged goods (CPG): Includes food products, household products, packaged goods, tobacco, personal care products, toiletries, and cosmetic products. (A large portion of these products are categorized in the UK as fast-moving consumer goods, or FMCG.).

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