The Afresh Company Blog
Avocados are a big deal—and they’re delicious! We pulled together a few facts about the famed “alligator pear” to celebrate National Guacamole Day!
2020 was a year of highs and lows and fresh sales were no exception. Our 2021 Fresh Survey explains the impacts of COVID-19 on fresh departments in supermarkets and offers a few predictions for the future.
We surveyed grocery shoppers to find out what matters when they’re buying fresh produce. The bottom line: Quality and sustainability are key.
The path that leads folks to Afresh is different for everyone. For Luke, a small moment in his everyday life took him on a journey of self-discovery and, eventually, to Afresh.
Since first launching our Fresh Operating System in stores, we’ve helped grocery stores reduce food waste, avoid greenhouse gas emissions, and save water. See the numbers!
Grocers struggle to reduce shrink and stockouts simultaneously. Afresh’s Fresh Operating Solution makes it happen, increasing perimeter sales in the process.
Fresh Operating Systems help grocery store fresh departments reduce shrink, minimize stockouts and eliminate food waste. Afresh is the first AI-driven, fresh-focused solution in grocery retail tech.
Until now, grocery retailers haven't had the tech they need to truly win at fresh. With a Fresh Operating System, store teams can order better, reduce shrink, and improve sales.
“Finish your plate!” From the time we’re kids learning to use a fork, to when we’re young adults learning to make our own meals, we’re taught not to waste food. And why would we want to? Every black banana or bunch of greens that have wilted to mush is a visual representation wasted hard-earned time and money.
We’re featuring our freshest Afreshies and asking them why they joined! Jack is a Solutions Architect at Afresh who ensures our partners’ integrations go smoothly and sets them up for success. A big fan of both grocery stores and deep discussions about guacamole, Jack found Afresh a pear-fect place to make a big impact and an occasional bun...er...pun.
Every day, people grow more conscious of the effects their consumer choices have on their personal and environmental health. We want to eat better and waste less; we want healthier, more affordable fresh food that nourishes our bodies and lasts long enough in our refrigerators to enjoy. We want the valuable time and money we spend in our grocery stores to yield the tastiest, most nutritious produce possible.