Tastes that offer novelty, over-the-top indulgence and targeted health benefits are set to drive consumer preference in 2022, according to Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company.
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Next Home has created a TikTok recipe index containing the most popular recipes on TikTok alongside their nutritional values, the ingredients and a step-by-step guide to recreate at home.
Retail industry reshapes with hybrid cloud and AI to meet shifting consumer shopping and sustainability preferences, IBM and NRF report
At NRF 2022: Retail's 'Big Show', the IBM Institute for Business Value, in association with the National Retail Federation, the world's largest retail trade association, released their second global study, "Consumers want it all," which reveals rising consumer preferences for
New data from PayPoint’s UK network of 28,000 convenience stores has revealed that Brits purchased an increasing number of items at their local stores when compared to the same period last year. Despite lockdown restrictions varying between the Home Nations,
Online’s worst ever year for growth was actually rather good, IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index shows
The UK online retail market experienced the lowest rate of growth in 22 years of tracking. Online revenue in 2021 finished up +2.7% year-on-year against 2020, according to the latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index, which tracks
Prestige beauty sales in the UK increased 46% in week 51 (ending 25th December 2021) compared to the same week in 2020, according to The NPD Group. Prestige beauty sales in week 51 last year also increased 20% when compared
New figures released in the annual Bord Bia (The Irish Food Board) Export Performance and Prospects report 2021/2022 show that exports of Irish food, drink and horticulture to the UK have remained constant in value at €4.4 billion, compared to 2020.
Over two thirds of global consumers expect to know where their order is throughout the delivery process, SOTI research shows
As the global supply chain crisis continues to disrupt the retail industry, consumers are being forced to change their shopping habits and buy local (within their own countries) for speed and availability, new global research from SOTI has found.
UK supermarket sales exceed expectations as Brits spend £7.1bn in the two weeks leading to Christmas, Nielsen reports
UK shoppers spent a total of £7.1bn at UK supermarkets in the two weeks ending 25th December with weekly sales peaking at +14.8%, reveals new data released today by NielsenIQ. This figure exceeds previous forecasts from analysts at NielsenIQ, in
Gen Z and Millennials increasingly willing to buy directly from brands, bypassing traditional retail channels, Capgemini finds
Gen Z and Millennial shoppers are now more likely to order products directly from brands, and 72% of all shoppers expect to have significant interactions with physical stores once the pandemic subsides – up from 60% pre-COVID. This is according
In the past two years, we have seen e-commerce change and grow to meet the demands of the new Covid-19 world. As we celebrate a New Year, it is vital for all online sellers to look ahead and plan for
Irish grocery sales were worth €3.1 billion during the 12 weeks to 26 December 2021, according to the latest figures from Kantar. The market grew by 10.9% compared with the same period in 2019, though year on year it was
Race for space for occupiers with only 18.1m sq ft of industrial space left due to pressures of e-commerce, Colliers reports
According to latest research by Colliers, industrial occupiers are in a race for space as the UK is experiencing the lowest level of supply ever recorded, with only 18.1 million sq ft left, due to demand for logistics units continuing
December was a month of two halves for shopper confidence, as the excitement of Christmas festivities was coupled with the uncertainty over Omicron, according to the December 2021 Shopper Confidence Index from IGD ShopperVista – a provider of category, insight
London’s Oxford Street remains the leading shopping capital of Europe, BNP Paribas Real Estate shows
BNP Paribas Real Estate’s latest Pan-European footfall report analyses the pedestrian traffic of prime retail streets in 34 European key cities, including Europe’s top 20 Capital cities.
In-store beats social when it comes to beauty and personal care. Six in 10 (59%) of us cite it as our favourite way to shop for make-up, and experiences like speaking to consultants on the shop floor influence almost four
Grocery sales hit £11.7bn in December as shoppers splash out on Christmas celebrations, Kantar reports
Take-home grocery sales reached £31.7 billion over the 12 weeks to 26 December 2021 as shoppers made the most of Christmas festivities, according to the latest figures from Kantar. Although down by 3.0% compared with 2020, spending remains higher than
Retailers experience a rise in footfall on New Year’s Eve to end the year on a high for high streets, Springboard reports
According to retail experts Springboard, despite a footfall drop of -15% across all UK retail destinations last week versus the week before (the run up to Christmas), things looked up for high streets on New Year’s Eve with a rise
UK drinkers increasingly choose low and no alcohol products all year round and not just for Dry January, the fourth annual online study YouGov commissioned by the Portman Group has found.
Consumer spending increased 5.9% in 2021 compared to 2019, fuelled by demand for convenience, online shopping and home improvements. While Covid-19 continued to hamper the hospitality and leisure sector, social distancing restrictions spurred the rising popularity of ‘insperiences’ and outdoor
With Omicron on the rise and many people still wary of big festive parties, new data has shown that Christmas 2021 saw a sharp downturn in interest for traditional fizzy favourites champagne and Prosecco.
The latest research by cosmetic surgery education site Tajmeeli reveals what beauty products have been the most in-demand for 2021.
Shopper traffic over the Christmas bank holiday remained almost a third down on pre-pandemic levels, falling to -27.8% compared to 2019 across all retail settings on Monday 27 December, the latest data from Sensormatic Solutions showed. However, footfall saw
The latest study of 5,000 consumers in the UK by NerdWallet, a leading financial comparison website, found that the biggest motivation for shopping in the seasonal sales was “affordability”, with a third (33%) of respondents claiming that even better discounts
Aldi’s Kevin the Carrot is the most Googled Christmas advert character, according to data from Google trends.