New Technology Caters to Food Savvy, Eco-Aware Consumers
Imagine a supermarket where consumers can hold up an item to a motion-sensitive display and instantly learn its nutritional value, freshness and origin. Or, picture a market with in-store vertical gardens that allow customers to hand pick their own herbs and leafy greens grown via hydroponics.
While such options sound too good to be true, they’re already being done in places like Berlin and Milan, where conscientious consumers are driving the demand for meaningful data and eco-friendly products.
Find out how data and sustainability are shaping these markets and the future of grocery retail.