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Managing Food Waste in Online Grocery

by Camilla Olver, www.nemlig.com

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Whether it is harder to manage food waste in the online grocery fulfilment centre or dark store or not was the question that got us all very engaged in this peer to peer discussion. Starting with a presentation from Nemlig on how they manage demand to minimise food waste, the group learnt about their smart markdown process that has helped increase the lost profits from marking down too aggressively, and at the same time minimised the food that needs to be spoiled. They have also improved productivity with the planners by 77%. The conversation broadened into alternative and current approaches to managing food surplus in these locations.

Click apply to get a recording. Click below if you would like to register for any of the next working group meetings being planned for May 19th & 20th

May 19th - Where does the budget and KPI's for food waste and markdowns sit? Store or Central? Click here;

May 19th - Store Level Forecasting & Ordering - Retailer Case Study on the introduction of Machine Learning to Sell More and Waste Less. Click here

May 19th - Understanding the True Cost of Food Waste - Introducing a new financial model to count the true cost of food waste. Click here

May 20th - Retailer Case Study - One retailers journey towards zero waste. Click here

May 20th - Smart Labels - The business case at X5 for innovative smart labels. Click here

May 20th - Tesco and Olio - Introducing new ways to manage surplus food. Click here

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Date and Time
April 21st - 2pm GMT
Location
Virtual

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