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The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show take-home grocery sales rose by 9.4% during the 12 weeks to 4 October 2020. However, in the shorter term sales increased by 10.6% over the latest four weeks, an acceleration from September.
Shoppers tell brands, manufacturers and retailers to prioritise sustainable packaging, Beyond the Box shows
Three-quarters of shoppers are so concerned about packaging that they want brands, manufacturers, and retailers to make significant changes – and ensure products are as sustainably packaged as possible before they hit the shelves, according to a new independent survey
UK footfall sees North-South divide, ahead of further government announcements today, Springboard reports
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across UK retail destinations declined by just -0.3% last week from the week before. This is compared with -3.5% in the previous week which saw the first complete week of the
Temporary work set to increase by a quarter as firms struggle with forecasting during pandemic, new figures show
New research released today suggests temporary work is set to surge as more than a quarter of firms (27%) in the UK reconsider the role agency workers have in their business. At the moment, just one in six firms (15%)
In a survey of 2,028 Brits with varying nicotine habits, vape brand blu sought to discover how the UK’s nicotine habits changed during lockdown.
Online retailers risk alienating older generations amid a rush to digitise during COVID, research shows
The shift towards online shopping risks alienating older consumers in the event of another lockdown, according to research by global commerce agency 5874 Commerce.
Covid lockdown drives online retail use by over 65s but 18-24s use dropped more than other age groups, Whistl shows
New research from Whistl, the leading delivery management company in the UK, has found that 36% of online shoppers increased their frequency of online retail purchases during the Covid lockdown period. Interestingly while 49% of over-65s increased their online
£3bn at risk if Government ban on promotions of food and drink products high in sugar, salt and fat goes ahead, IRI analysis shows
The UK Government’s proposed ban on off-shelf promotions of food and drink products high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) will have a major impact on FMCG manufacturers and retailers, according to new figures released by IRI, a global leader
September saw a slight drop in shopper confidence as tighter restrictions and uncertainty over the EU exit led the news agenda, according to the latest IGD Shopper Confidence Index.
UK Black Friday spending to shrink by a quarter and two thirds of spend will be online, Wunderman Thompson Commerce reports
Q4 2020 will see one of the longest and most competitive periods of discounting that British retail has ever experienced, with more deals over a longer period, vying for a share of decreasing consumer spending.
E-commerce and digital fashion skills were most desired by UK businesses in past six months, data reveals
Britain has become a nation of stay-home style gurus during the covid crisis - as new data from Fiverr reveals searches for online fashion designers are up 125% in the last six months.
Nearly half of the UK would try plant-based products for their positive health benefits, survey finds
half of the UK would try plant-based products for their positive health benefits
According to a recent study commissioned by centre:mk, one of the UK’s top 10 shopping centres, 49% of adults now own more ‘relaxed’ clothes than ever before. The poll of 2,000 adults revealed that Britain has become a nation of
Eco-conscious children believe we’ll be eating very differently in the future, new research today shows. According to a study of 1,000 5-12-year-olds, four in 10 (44%) believe we’ll eat less meat in 50 years’ time, instead opting for plant-based alternatives
82% of supply chain managers using AI systems for decision-making left frustrated during COVID-19 pandemic, study finds
Secondmind, The Decisions Company, today released new research indicating that 82% of supply chain decision-makers have been left frustrated by AI-powered systems and tools during the COVID-19 crisis. Secondmind commissioned independent global research firm Censuswide to survey over 500 supply
A new survey of UK consumers indicates that COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the ways that people are paying for goods and services offline. The survey, commissioned by global technology mounting solution experts, Ergonomic Solutions, shows how ‘in-person’
Research released today reveals that home delivery charges have become a key influence on which retailers shoppers choose, according to research released ahead of Amazon Prime Day on 13-14 October and the upcoming Christmas buying rush.
Two thirds (66%) of shoppers in the UK are now more likely to shop in their local communities than they were a year ago, according to new research released by Mastercard.
There may have been a small uplift in economic recovery recently, but research shows consumers do not believe this will last. Over two-thirds (69%) of consumers have less confidence in the economy for 2021 than they do right now, Epsilon-Conversant’s
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has today published a report which shows that exports of food and drink in the first half of the year fell for the first time since 2015. The data shows that when compared to
UK consumers lagging behind Italy, Spain and Germany when it comes to awareness of sustainability in fashion
Sustainability is a hot topic for the fashion industry and is now starting to enter the conscience of UK consumers, with high street brands such Zara and H&M bringing out successful sustainable collections.
Almost half of UK consumers plan to use more online services post-pandemic, ForgeRock survey reveals
The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered a deep, widespread and likely permanent shift to buying goods and services online rather than in-person across a wide range of sectors and age groups, a new survey of British consumers has found.
Fastest growing brands Ocado, Deliveroo and Just Eat reflect massive growth in home delivery during pandemic, finds BrandZ Top 75 Most Valuable UK Brands ranking
Online retail and take-away brands Ocado, Deliveroo and Just Eat are the UK’s fastest growing brands according to the 2020 BrandZ™ Top 75 Most Valuable UK Brands report, launched today by WPP and Kantar.
63% of British Muslims feel supermarkets have outdated and lazy campaigns related to Ramadan and halal produce, study shows
Mud orange, the award-winning creative agency helping brands to connect with diverse audiences, today launches findings from its first m.economy research on food and drink. The never previously explored insights reveal British Muslims’ motivations, behaviours and attitudes towards dining, grocery