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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/25/2024 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    Learn about the reasons healthy benefits programs are growing, the different sources of funds available, and what food retailers and their trading partners can do to accelerate growth.

    Understand the ways retailers can access healthcare spend via new and growing healthy benefit programs like OTC Benefits, Food Prescriptions, Medicaid 1115 Waivers through acceptance, customer engagement, health payer and provider partnerships, etc. We will talk about the reasons these programs are growing and what food retailers and their trading partners can do to accelerate growth. We will talk about the reasons these programs are growing, the different sources of funds available, and what food retailers and their trading partners can do to accelerate growth. 

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    Whether you're a food retailer, industry partner, or key stakeholder, this seminar will deliver foundational knowledge, insights and actionable takeaways for you to better understand food as medicine initiatives and other health & well-being programs.

    During this digital seminar, we'll explore the complexities of healthy benefit programs, including OTC Benefits, Food Prescriptions, Medicaid 1115 Waivers, and more. Discover how retailers can leverage these programs to access healthcare spend.

    We’ll discuss:

    • Insights into the reasons behind the rapid growth of healthy benefit programs.
    • Exploration of the various funding sources available.
    • Strategies for accelerating growth through acceptance, customer engagement, and partnerships with health payers and providers.  

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    Beth Costa

    Partner, Retail and Business Banking Practice

    Oliver Wyman

    Beth is a partner in the firm’s Payments practice and Retail Banking practice in the Americas. She specializes in payment products, with an emphasis on payment networks and solutions (including general purpose, cobrand, and private label debit, credit, and prepaid), online banking, e-commerce, mobile payments, loyalty and rewards, ACH, and EBPP. Beth has provided results-oriented advice as well as execution and implementation assistance to merchants, banks, networks, and technology companies on issues of strategy, product development, business entry/exit, consumer preferences, merchant perspectives, and benchmarking.

    Beth brings a unique blend of experiences and perspectives to her clients, having worked both in industry and also as a consultant. Her industry experience includes leadership roles at banks and payment processors, as well as C-level responsibilities with Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX). Her diverse background ensures that she provides a 360 degree view of payments from consumer, merchant, network/processor, bank (and MNO) perspectives – across any form of payment or channel.

    Bobby Gibbs

    Partner, Retail and Consumer Goods Pricing, Sales, Marketing

    Oliver Wyman

    Bobby is a Partner in the Retail & Consumer Goods practice at Oliver Wyman. His project work centers on helping retailers and product manufacturers make sustainable improves in their capabilities through strategic advisory and advanced analytics in decision making. Bobby is a contributing author to Retail Revolution, Oliver Wyman’s study on major trends in the industry and has been featured in Harvard Business Review and APM Marketplace. Bobby has presented to leading national trade associations in the retail sector on changing patterns of consumption and is regularly featured in major news outlets (print, radio and television)

    Bobby recently served as the interim Vice President for Promotional Optimization at a $5B specialty retailer overseeing decision making and execution for Shelf Pricing, Coupons, Price Promotions, Loyalty Offers and Markdown. In his operating role, he supported the launch of a digital B2B operating unit and planning for a consumer marketplace

    Krystal Register, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND

    Senior Director, Health and Well-being

    FMI-The Food Industry Association

    Krystal Register, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND is the Vice President of Health and Well-being at FMI - The Food Industry Association. She is responsible for overall leadership, strategic planning and execution of nutrition, health and well-being activities and initiatives at FMI. She serves as the lead coordinator and subject matter expert for nutrition policy, programs, operations, and communication issues across the food industry for FMI members, industry partners and community collaborators. Krystal is committed to connecting the science of food and nutrition to improved public health. She is a champion for registered dietitians in the food industry and engages in advocacy to lift up >span class="EOP SCXW36780201 BCX0" data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> 

    Prior to joining FMI, Krystal was a food retail dietitian with Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. for twelve years and made significant contributions to company-wide wellness programs, consumer health messaging, employee wellness, community events, and media response. Krystal’s background includes environmental and nutrition science studies with degrees from the College of William and Mary and James Madison University, with both clinical nutrition and personal coaching professional experience. 

    Krystal currently serves as Chair of the Food & Culinary Professionals (FCP) Dietetic Practice Group with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is an Academy Fellow.  She has served for many years with FCP as Supermarket/Retail Subgroup Chair, Treasurer, and Membership Chair. She also served as mentor to the Academy Foundation Nutrition in Food Retail Program Development Fellow, and contributes to many advisory committees, including the Portion Balance Coalition, USDA’s MyPlate National Strategic Partnership, and the National Fruit & Vegetable Consumption Coalition.  

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    FMI provides an executive summary of the final rule (also referred to as FSMA Section 204 rule) and provide essential information for you and your team.

    FDA’s Food Traceability Rule released in November 2022 has been receiving quite a bit of attention over the past few months. While the rule doesn’t require compliance until January 2026, it imposes new and significant recordkeeping obligations along the entire supply chain.  During this presentation, the FMI Regulatory, GR and Food Safety teams provides information on what you need to know about the rule.  What is covered under the rule?  What do Independent Operators need to do to prepare and comply with the regulation? What resources does FMI have to help? 

    FMI provides an executive summary of the final rule (also referred to as FSMA Section 204 rule) and provide essential information for you and your team.

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    Dagmar Farr

    Chief Member Relations Officer, SVP, Membership and Education

    FMI - The Food Industry Association

    Stephanie Harris

    Chief Regulatory Officer and General Counsel

    FMI-The Food Industry Association

    John Najjar

    FMI Chair of Independent Operator Committee

    President of Seaside Market

    Hilary Thesmar

    Chief Science Officer and SVP Food Safety

    FMI - The Food Industry Association

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    Stephen A. Leach, Disney Entertainment/National Geographic offers his views on the current DEI&B climate and what can be done to infuse new energy in corporate D+I efforts.

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    Join the FMI Foundation’s DEI Committee for a special presentation and conversation with Stephen A. Leach, Disney Entertainment/National Geographic. Drawing upon his vast experience guiding Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging programs in various industries, Stephen shares key learnings about factors that contribute to successful endeavors and potholes you might wish to avoid. He also offersr his views on the current DEI&B climate and what can be done to infuse new energy in corporate D+I efforts.

    Stephen A. Leach joined the Representation, Inclusion Strategies and Engagement (RISE) Team at The Walt Disney Studios in September 2020. The Walt Disney Studio creates, distributes, and markets some of the most iconic and memorable films and franchises in movie history. The RISE Team helps cultivate creative talent, supports diverse storytelling, conducts outreach and market research, and creates strategies that drive D&I, multicultural consumer acquisition and engagement for The Walt Disney Studios’ businesses.

    Before joining Disney, Stephen’s held a variety of roles, including:

    - Member of Marriott’s Workforce Engagement and Global Diversity and Inclusion team;

    - Senior Director, Diversity + Inclusion Strategies at Marriott International, ranked #1 for diversity by DiversityInc., a leading diversity and inclusion publication;

    - Manager for Community Relations; and Manager for Workforce Diversity and Inclusion at Nestle USA; and

    - Government Affairs and Community Outreach positions for other national organizations.

    Stephen brings a unique and seasoned perspective to corporate D+I efforts, especially in the areas of the developing and implementing cultural competence trainings; relationship, strategic alliance, and partner building; D+I data analysis and reporting; managing D+I programs; and community relations. Stephen and his wife Danielle live in Northern Virginia with their son Steph and twin boys, Jackson and Carter.

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    Stephen Leach

    The Walt Disney Studios

    Stephen A. Leach joined the Representation, Inclusion Strategies and Engagement (RISE) Team at The Walt Disney Studios in September 2020. The Walt Disney Studio creates, distributes, and markets some of the most iconic and memorable films and franchises in movie history. The RISE Team helps cultivate creative talent, supports diverse storytelling, conducts outreach and market research, and creates strategies that drive D&I, multicultural consumer acquisition and engagement for The Walt Disney Studios’ businesses.  

    Before joining Disney, Stephen’s held a variety of roles, including:  

    • Member of Marriott’s Workforce Engagement and Global Diversity and Inclusion team;  
    • Senior Director, Diversity + Inclusion Strategies at Marriott International, ranked #1 for diversity by DiversityInc., a leading diversity and inclusion publication; 
    • Manager for Community Relations; and Manager for Workforce Diversity and Inclusion at Nestle USA; and 
    • Government Affairs and Community Outreach positions for other national organizations.  

    Stephen brings a unique and seasoned perspective to corporate D+I efforts, especially in the areas of the developing and implementing cultural competence trainings; relationship, strategic alliance, and partner building; D+I data analysis and reporting; managing D+I programs; and community relations. Stephen and his wife Danielle live in Northern Virginia with their son Steph and twin boys, Jackson and Carter. 

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    Discuss where food prices are headed, challenges the supply chain could face, and updated research on how consumers are responding to changes in the marketplace.

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    Food price inflation peaked in the middle of 2023 and has been steadily declining for the past few months, but consumers are continuing to adapt to changes in the marketplace. FMI's recent Grocery Shopper Snapshot found that while inflation topped the list of grocery shopper concerns, the majority of Americans nevertheless felt financially in control of their grocery bills. 

    FMI Vice President of Tax, Trade, Sustainability & Policy Development Andrew Harig will be joined by economist and Agribusiness Professor Ricky Volpe to discuss where food prices are headed in 2024, challenges the supply chain could face, and updated research on how consumers are responding to changes in the marketplace.

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    Dr. Ricky Volpe, Ph.D.

    Professor

    Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA

    Ricky Volpe received his Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics from UC Davis in 2010. He then spent four years working as an economist at the USDA Economic Research Service in Washington DC. There he researched a variety of topics, including food price formation, competitiveness in the food industry, and the healthiness of grocery purchases in the U.S. Ricky was also responsible for forecasting retail food price inflation at the national level.

    Now at Cal Poly, Ricky teaches courses on food retail and supply chain management, transportation and logistics, and data analysis. He also maintains an active research agenda using a variety of large data sets to study issues related to market structure, firm performance, food prices, consumers’ food choices, and health outcomes. He also works closely with industry leaders in food retailing, wholesaling, and distribution to facilitate collaboration on public-private partnerships, student internships, and scholarships.

    Andrew Harig

    Vice President of Tax, Trade, Sustainability & Policy Development

    FMI - The Food Industry Association

    Andrew S. Harig currently serves as Vice President, Tax, Trade, Sustainability & Policy Development.  In this position, he is responsible for lobbying Congress and the Administration on behalf of FMI’s members, with a primary focus on sustainability, agriculture, taxes, trade and pensions.

    Prior to joining FMI, Harig was an associate trade advisor and speechwriter for the Senate Finance Committee under its Chairman, Max Baucus (D-MT).  From 1999-2001, he was the senior research associate for the Global Economic Policy Project at the New America Foundation, a Washington, DC-based think tank.

    Harig holds a B.A. from the College of William and Mary and an M.A. from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.

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    Explore central economic questions related to food prices.

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    Explore central economic questions related to food prices; Is inflation tamed? Will we see some sort of "normalization" in the months ahead when it comes to the broader economy and food prices in particular? Or have we entered a new economic normal of persistent higher inflation, increased wages, higher interest rates and increasing consumer debt? And how will this environment affect the food industry, the price of food at the grocery store, and consumer shopping behaviors?

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    Leo Feler

    Chief Economist at Numerator and Professor at UCLA Anderson School of Management

    Leo Feler is the Chief Economist at Numerator and a Senior Economist and Professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. At Numerator, Dr. Feler is responsible for thought leadership on economics and consumer behavior and publishes monthly reports on consumer price inflation, retail sales, consumer sentiment, and the labor market. At UCLA, Dr. Feler teaches courses on business forecasting and entry into emerging markets and prepares quarterly US economic forecasts. Previously, Dr. Feler advised the US government and private sector companies on mergers and antitrust litigation. Dr. Feler has also taught at Johns Hopkins University and worked as a consultant with Boston Consulting Group and the World Bank. Dr. Feler holds a PhD in economics from Brown University and degrees in economics and international policy from Stanford University.

    Andrew S. Harig

    Vice President - Tax, Trade, Sustainability & Policy Development

    FMI -The Food Industry Association

    Andrew S. Harig currently serves as Vice President, Tax, Trade, Sustainability & Policy Development at FMI-The Food Industry Association. In this position, he is responsible for lobbying Congress and the Administration on behalf of FMI members, with a primary focus on agriculture, taxes, trade, sustainability, food waste, and pensions. Prior to joining FMI, Andy was an associate trade advisor and speechwriter for the Senate Finance Committee under its Chairman, Max Baucus (D-MT).  From 1999-2001, he was the senior research associate for the Global Economic Policy Project at the New America Foundation, a Washington, DC-based think tank. Andy holds a B.A. from the College of William and Mary and an M.A. from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.

    Steve Markenson

    Vice President, Research & Insights

    FMI - The Food Industry Association

    Steve Markenson leads FMI’s research & insights practice. Markenson is a market research executive with 30 years of progressive experience in his field – from research assistant to president of a full-service national market research firm – and his diverse experience includes research design, information/data collection and analysis and strategic planning.

    In his role at FMI, Markenson oversees the research & insights practice at FMI, specifically the study design, survey fielding and efforts with outside knowledge partners and FMI subject matter experts. He leads the discovery process on the latest industry trends and operational insights that champion FMI as a credible voice of the food retail industry. 

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    According to the latest FMI/NIQ Transparency Trends report, neither COVID-19 nor significant economic challenges inhibited shoppers’ desire for increased information from the food industry.

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    Grocery shoppers have prioritized product transparency at an increased rate over the last five years, according to the latest FMI/NIQ Transparency Trends report.

    The research suggests that neither the COVID-19 pandemic nor significant economic challenges inhibited shoppers’ desire for increased information from the food industry.

    Join Steve Markenson, FMI, Sherry Frey, NIQ, and Krystal Register, FMI to explore:

    • The meaning and importance of transparency to consumers
    • How shoppers use digital research tools
    • Evolving perspectives about in-store vs online shopping

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    Sherry Frey

    Vice President, Total Wellness

    NielsenIQ

    Sherry Frey brings more than two decades of industry experience to her role as Vice President, Total Wellness at NielsenIQ. 

    With a background in market research, innovation and consulting, she has elevated clients across the fresh, CPG and wellness industries, providing forward-thinking insights, combined with practical strategies. 

    In addition to leading NielsenIQ’s Total Wellness team and industry engagement, Sherry has been a featured speaker at many national and international industry events and is often sought as a media and analyst resource on topics related to consumer health, wellness and environmental issues. 

    Sherry’s view of health and wellness spans beyond personal health and wellness, encompassing how we collectively think about the health of the planet. 

    Krystal Register, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND

    Senior Director, Health and Well-being

    FMI-The Food Industry Association

    Krystal Register, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND is the Vice President of Health and Well-being at FMI - The Food Industry Association. She is responsible for overall leadership, strategic planning and execution of nutrition, health and well-being activities and initiatives at FMI. She serves as the lead coordinator and subject matter expert for nutrition policy, programs, operations, and communication issues across the food industry for FMI members, industry partners and community collaborators. Krystal is committed to connecting the science of food and nutrition to improved public health. She is a champion for registered dietitians in the food industry and engages in advocacy to lift up >span class="EOP SCXW36780201 BCX0" data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> 

    Prior to joining FMI, Krystal was a food retail dietitian with Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. for twelve years and made significant contributions to company-wide wellness programs, consumer health messaging, employee wellness, community events, and media response. Krystal’s background includes environmental and nutrition science studies with degrees from the College of William and Mary and James Madison University, with both clinical nutrition and personal coaching professional experience. 

    Krystal currently serves as Chair of the Food & Culinary Professionals (FCP) Dietetic Practice Group with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is an Academy Fellow.  She has served for many years with FCP as Supermarket/Retail Subgroup Chair, Treasurer, and Membership Chair. She also served as mentor to the Academy Foundation Nutrition in Food Retail Program Development Fellow, and contributes to many advisory committees, including the Portion Balance Coalition, USDA’s MyPlate National Strategic Partnership, and the National Fruit & Vegetable Consumption Coalition.  

    Steve Markenson

    Vice President, Research & Insights

    FMI - The Food Industry Association

    Steve Markenson leads FMI’s research & insights practice. Markenson is a market research executive with 30 years of progressive experience in his field – from research assistant to president of a full-service national market research firm – and his diverse experience includes research design, information/data collection and analysis and strategic planning.

    In his role at FMI, Markenson oversees the research & insights practice at FMI, specifically the study design, survey fielding and efforts with outside knowledge partners and FMI subject matter experts. He leads the discovery process on the latest industry trends and operational insights that champion FMI as a credible voice of the food retail industry. 

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    Experts from Circana and FMI reveal growth opportunities by understanding today’s top trends, instead of waiting for behavior to return to pre-pandemic times.

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    As we enter the eighth year of our “Top Trends in Fresh” series, we see how the past five years has brought us to a pivotal moment in fresh foods. Dive deep into the evolution of shopping patterns and sales trends before and during the pandemic. Explore the ways consumers have solved food needs during the past two years of inflation.

    Experts from Circana and FMI reveal growth opportunities by understanding today’s top trends, instead of waiting for behavior to return to pre-pandemic times.


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    Jonna Parker

    Principal II Fresh Foods

    Circana

    Jonna has been an innovator in the fresh foods space for nearly two decades driving the evolution of consumer-centric decision making and big data analytics throughout the perimeter. She has worked extensively in each perimeter department: Meat, Bakery, Deli, Produce, Seafood, Dairy and Floral with both suppliers and retailers. Jonna joined IRI in 2016 and leads IRI’s Fresh COE focusing on solution enhancement, thought leadership and client consultation across both suppliers and retailers. Jonna graduated with highest honors from Bradley University with a degree in public relations and marketing and lives in Phoenix, Arizona.

    Kelly Krumholz

    Consultant, Perimeter

    Circana

    Rick Stein

    Vice President, Fresh Foods FMI

    FMI - The Food Industry Association

    Rick Stein joined FMI in 2014, and is responsible for developing a portfolio of services and activities to assist members in formulating and executing their fresh food strategies.  These categories include everything from  – dairy, frozen, meat, poultry, seafood, and produce to service departments – deli, bakery and fresh prepared meals and related solutions for take-out or in-store dining.

    Prior to joining FMI, Rick spent 35 + years in a wide range of retail grocery merchandising and marketing responsibilities.  Most recently Stein was the Vice President of retail marketing & merchandising execution for Safeway Stores, Inc.  Previously he held both divisional and corporate responsibilities in his tenure at Safeway in retail/store operations, category management, sales, marketing/merchandising, and strategy development. He has experience in virtually every facet of the retail food business and helped lead Safeway to achieve operational excellence and increased market share and revenues.Stein graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor of Arts in Behavioral and Social Sciences.  He has earned continuing educations credits in marketing, merchandising and management, most recently with the Disney Institute. Rick serves on numerous nonprofit boards such as the MDA, Children’s Cancer Foundation and Easter Seals of DC/VA/MD. 

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    Rachel Conn walks through the requirements of the recently enacted Workplace Violence Prevention Law (SB 553).

    Rachel Conn, chair of the California Practice of Conn Maciel Carey LLP, walks through the requirements of the recently enacted Workplace Violence Prevention Law (SB 553). 

     The following items are required by the new California law by July 1st of this year:

    1. An effective Written Workplace Violence Prevention Plan (WVPP).

    2. Initial and annual interactive Training for supervisors and non-supervisors.

    3. Maintenance of a Violent Incident Log and Investigation Reports for every incident of workplace violence.

    4. Evaluation of workplace violence hazards, including periodic inspections of the workplace.

    These requirements may seem straightforward; however, compliance pitfalls await employers who fail to delve into them deeply, and responses to workplace violence incidents may expose employers to legal claims in other areas of the law. 

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    FMI discuss insights from the newly released Food Industry Contributions to Health and Well-being 2024 report and the health and wellness initiatives implemented by the food industry.

    FMI’s Senior Director of Health & Well-being and registered and licensed dietitian nutritionist Krystal Register will be joined by FMI's Chief Public Policy Officer and Senior Vice President of Government & Member Relations, Jennifer Hatcher, as well as FMI Vice President of Research & Insights, Steve Markenson. 

    During the presentation, Ms. Register, Ms. Hatcher, and Mr. Markenson will discuss:

    • The grocery store as an emerging destination for health & well-being.
    • Food industry initiatives to support consumers’ health & well-being goals.
    • The role dietitians and nutrition teams increasingly play in developing and operationalizing organizational health & well-being strategies.
    • The growing collaboration between health care professionals and the food industry.
    • Key food industry policy priorities to support overall health, food security and nutrition programs.

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    Learn about FDA's Closer to Zero plan, California's baby food testing law and other state perspectives.

    View this presentation from FDA on the agency’s Closer to Zero plan; a legal discussion from Hogan Lovells that will include California’s new baby food testing law and other state actions/perspectives; and an update regarding federal legislative efforts and FMI advocacy. 

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