The beer and liquor industry faced abrupt crises in 2020, while brands like Lysol and Charmin hit new heights.
Sometimes a crisis speeds up things that should have been addressed in "normal" times.
In a survey of 1,000 U.S. adults shared by the chain, 52% of respondents described 2020 as "a sh!t show" and "exhausting."
The "champagne of bottled beers" is now available in champagne-sized bottles.
Twenty consumers who write "one thing from 2020 [they] want to leave behind" on a toilet paper square can each win $21,000.
Why no hot toys? "The lack of big movies. We are highly dependent on intellectual property," says trend expert.
In one ad, a teacher in a virtual classroom gives his kids a snow day -- and one mother takes a snow day, too.
Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa drawing more interest for in-person activities (51%) than New Year's Eve (39%).
The move creates an "ecosystem where a purchase can be completed within the app. You don't have your journey interrupted," says analyst.
Deal announced Wednesday brings together Ontario-based cannabis producer Aphria and cannabis/pharmaceutical company Tilray.