Crisp provides consolidated access to the latest data from retailers and distributors all in one place. Sometimes, the sources that we get sales data from to power our dashboards make changes to that data after the initial data capture. To provide you with the most accurate and current data, Crisp re-checks the data from most of our sources for a short period of time from the initial capture and updates your Crisp data to include any changes from the source. The changes that result from these retroactive data checks are called "restatements". How far back in time Crisp checks for restatements is called the "lookback period". Crisp chooses the lookback period for each source based on our observations of how far back in time the source data is updated. 

If you notice that your sales data in has changed from a previous day that is within the lookback period for the data source, this is likely due to a restatement update and does not indicate a data issue. The following table lists the lookback periods for our most-used data sources. If the table lists "none" for the lookback period, that means that our observations indicate the source data does not change after the initial capture, so there is no need for Crisp to retroactively update the sales data for that source. 


Connector Lookback Period for Sales Data
Amazon Seller Central none
Amazon Vendor Central none
Dollar General 14 days
KeHE 60 days
Kroger 28 days 
Shopify none
Target 14 days
UNFI 14 days
Walgreens 4 weeks
Walmart 14 days
Wegmans 14 days
Whole Foods none