Real Good Food: SPINS Data Shows 63% Growth Over 4 Week Period

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Cherry Hill, NJ—The Real Good Food Company has released the U.S. SPINS retail scanner performance data across all of its products from the most recent period ending January 23, 2022, according to a press release. SPINS captures consumption data in the Food, Drug, and Mass retail channel, which represents approximately 50% of the company’s sales.

Highlights:

  • The overall Frozen category grew 5.6% over the four week period.
  • The Health & Wellness Frozen Food subcategory, which includes Health and Wellness focused brands like Real Good Foods, grew 11.5% over the four week period.
  • Real Good Foods brand in total grew 63% over the four week period, compared to 57% over the twelve week period.
    • Real Good Foods core products, which include Entrée and Breakfast items, grew 162% over the four week period.
    • Real Good Foods Brand velocities grew 119%, and base dollar sales velocities grew 111%.

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