New Seasons Market Joins the IX-ONE Product Data and Image Exchange
West Coast neighborhood grocer New Seasons Market has joined The Data’s Council’s IX-ONE, the industry’s product data and images exchange, providing customers with consistent, accurate and independently verified product information.
“Reliable product information is critical to successful category management, marketing and merchandising,” said Dave Kauder, New Seasons Market’s Vice President of Merchandising. “Joining IX-ONE will help us provide the world-class service our customers expect and deserve, whether they’re in a store or shopping online.”
“We are thrilled to have New Seasons join our family of industry leading retailers, suppliers, brokers and distributors,” said The Data Council’s IX-ONE’s President, Ian Haldimann. “New Seasons is a highly regarded grocer known for being ‘the friendliest store in town’.”
About New Seasons Market
New Seasons Market is a West Coast neighborhood grocer with a people-first culture that builds and sustains relationships for the greater good. The world’s first B Corp grocery store, the company places as much value on taking care of its staff, its community and the environment as it does on growing and operating its business, resulting in genuine relationships between staff, vendors and customers. A respected champion of the regional food economy, it partners with farmers, ranchers and producers to deliver the best of the region, and pairs local, organic favorites with grocery classics to offer customers choice, value and flexibility. New Seasons started with a single store in Portland, Ore., in 2000 when three families and 50 friends united over shared values. Together with its 4,000 plus welcoming staff, New Seasons offers a unique retail experience in which communities come together to realize the potential of a healthy, sustainable food system. New Seasons has 21 neighborhood stores in Washington, Oregon and California, as well as four New Leaf Community Market locations in Northern California, and commits 10 percent of its after-tax profits back to the communities it serves.