With a predicted worth of £23.5bn by 2022, the UK food-to-go market can be expected to deliver a number of exciting innovations in 2018 and beyond, according to international grocery research organisation IGD. Five trends in particular are set to
he UK grocery market is set to experience 2.6% growth this Christmas, with shoppers predicted to spend £22.2bn over the festive period, according to the latest forecast from training and research charity IGD.
The top five trends expected to shape the global retail market over the next 12 months have been unveiled by IGD, the international grocery research organisation. The predictions, identified by IGD’s international research, shopper insights and catalogue of global retail
The global grocery retail market will add $2.7 trillion in sales to 2022, with growth in the next five years dominated by Asia, according to new forecasts released today by international grocery research organisation IGD. Asia’s grocery retail market will
E-commerce in Asia is set to experience a growth explosion over the next few years, according to new figures released today by IGD, the international grocery research organisation. With Singles’ Day, the world’s biggest online shopping event, currently underway across
Global grocery retailing is undergoing a period of momentous change, according to Joanne Denney-Finch, chief executive of international researcher IGD, giving the industry an unprecedented opportunity to deliver an inspirational, exciting future for shoppers. Speaking to delegates at APRCE in Kuala
Online retail is forecast to be fastest-growing segment of all UK grocery channels in five years’ time, IGD reports
The UK food and grocery market is worth £184.5 billion, and online grocery currently accounts for £10.4 billion of this. Although supermarkets and hypermarkets will still hold the biggest share of the market in five years’ time, online grocery retail
The US grocery market is forecast to be worth $1,722bn by 2022, with strong growth expected in both the online and discount channels, according to new figures released today by IGD, the international grocery research organisation.
The UK grocery wholesaling sector has experienced another year of growing sales, which is forecast to continue for the next four years thanks to the expanding out-of-home market. According to figures from grocery research organisation IGD, UK grocery wholesalers saw sales
While traditionally, France has not been known as a discount market for food and grocery, times are changing and an increased amount of investment into new discount store concepts is rapidly happening across the country. Here, IGD’s head of discount and
The grocery retail market in the Philippines is forecast to grow on average 9.3% year-on-year between 2016 and 2021, which will make it the fifth-largest grocery retail market in Asia, according to new data released today by IGD, the international grocery research organisation.
Investment in interconnected “smart” devices is set to rise, a new report exploring the Internet of Things (IoT) suggests. Indeed, the new research from food and grocery research charity IGD shows that 37% of food and grocery companies are already
The UK’s food-to-go sector is in rude health and will be worth £23.5bn by 2022, up from £17.4bn in 2017, according to IGD, as shoppers’ preference for eating on the move shows no signs of slowing down.
With the news that Amazon has entered Southeast Asia with the launch of Amazon Prime Now in Singapore on 27 July, Shirley Zhu, programme director at IGD Singapore, says: “Singapore has affluent consumers with busy lifestyles, a big expat population and
he UK food and grocery market is forecast to grow by 15% between now and 2022, giving it a value of £213 billion, according to the latest forecasts released today by grocery research organisation IGD. IGD is predicting growth across all the
he number of stores in the convenience sector has grown marginally over the last 12 months, increasing by 0.4%, according to the latest data from IGD Retail Analysis and William Reed Business Media.
Online grocery in China could more than double in growth between now and 2020, according to figures released today by international grocery research organisation IGD, with its current 3.1% share of the country’s total grocery market forecast to leap to
As many shoppers start stocking up on Easter essentials for the coming weekend, new research from IGD reveals it may not be the traditional staples in their baskets. Indeed, it seems traditional Easter fare of what shoppers are choosing to
In a new report examining post-millennials - those born between 1992 and 1999 - IGD research reveals how this highly influential generation of shoppers will shape the future of the food and grocery industry, overthrowing baby boomers as the generation
Vietnam is forecast to be the fastest-growing convenience market in Asia by 2021, according to new data released today by international grocery research organisation IGD, followed by the Philippines and Indonesia. Asia’s grocery market is the largest in the world, with
While shopper use of tech for discounts, coupons and offers has been on the increase as technology has evolved in recent years, new research from IGD highlights it is not just saving money that shoppers are interested in when it
Singapore’s online grocery market is set to triple in growth over the next three years, from S$130m (US$91m) to S$0.5bn (US$0.35bn) by 2020, according to brand-new forecasts unveiled today by international grocery research organisation IGD. At the end of 2016, IGD
New research from IGD reveals food prices top the list of factors UK shoppers think will have the most impact on their financial circumstances in the coming year, with two thirds (65%) saying this will have an impact. Meanwhile, energy
IGD, the food and grocery research and training charity, has bolstered its communications team with two senior appointments: Sian Brenchley as director of corporate communications and Allan Edwards as director of stakeholder relations. Brenchley previously spent nine years as global communications
IGD’s flagship charitable initiative, Feeding Britain’s Future, helped 17,000 people in 2016 – from unemployed 18–24 year olds to students exploring their options at school. With support from over 2,000 volunteers from nearly 300 food and grocery companies, the programme