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    How grocery can stay GDPR compliant after Schrems II

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    The Schrems II decision will have a great impact on international commerce among companies doing business with the European Union (EU). The consequence of not paying attention to Schrems II could literally mean a partial or complete shut-down of data transfers between EU and non-EU countries, which could impact the bottom line of any company.

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    The new rules of transparency: satisfying consumer demand for safe, traceable food after Covid

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    The pandemic has super-charged consumer interest in where food comes from and how it is produced. A new Grocer Vision report explores how manufacturers can respond to increased demand for traceability and transparency.

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    Consumer goods in a crisis: YouGov’s International FMCG/CPG Report 2021

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    The Covid-19 pandemic has created both challenges and opportunities in the fast-moving consumer goods/consumer packaged goods sector, drastically impacting consumer shopping behaviour and consumption habits globally.


How Coca-Cola European Partners adapted to the pandemic

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Amid the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Coca-Cola brand was taken off-air and its advertising budget redirected to relief efforts. Since then Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has supported the shift to retail spending as well as hospitality’s efforts to re-open.