A new study into cooking behaviour has revealed that more people are taking the time to cook their meals from scratch compared to pre-pandemic. The results, released by leading dry rice brand, Tilda, uncover what consumers most enjoyed preparing and
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Despite online spend soaring over the pandemic, Wunderman Thompson Commerce’s B2B Future Shopper Report 2021– which surveyed over 600 B2B buyers across the UK, US and China and launching today at Transform 21: Retail Futures event – has revealed that
UK consumers less confident about self-diagnosing common coughs and cold than 18 months ago, J&J Consumer Health research shows
Consumer attitudes towards everyday cough and cold symptoms have changed considerably over the last 18 months, according to new European research commissioned by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health, suggesting consumer behaviour could be different this cough and cold season.
During lockdown, Brits were batch cooking and using up leftovers. As the ‘new normal’ sets in, time pressures and evenings out return – are Brits still considering their food waste?
With the Christmas period fast approaching, the team at money-saving website www.offeroftheday.co.uk has conducted researched to discover what people’s attitudes are towards the upcoming festive season. The team polled just over 2,200 UK adults over the age of 18 and
New data from takeaway delivery platform Foodhub has revealed that the humble burger has seen off traditional favourites, Chinese, Indian and pizza, to be named the UK’s favourite order.
Following recent controversial news of a wine expert pairing a £100 bottle of Grand Cru Chablis with a classic Big Mac, tastecard is now revealing the best wine pairings for the UK’s most popular takeaway dishes including Drunken Noodles and
Three quarters of small businesses in retail sector suffer from stress, anxiety or depression caused by late payments, Juno finds
A survey conducted this month by Juno, the digital payments platform, shows that the late payment crisis is impacting small business mental health. 63% of small businesses – three quarters (74%) of those working in retail - claimed they were
Post-covid category chaos risks lost revenue opportunities for brands and CPG businesses, antuit.ai warns
Post-covid category chaos in the grocery sector, as consumer behaviours shift with the rapidly changing market dynamics as the pandemic eases, risks brands and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies losing revenue growth opportunities if left unchecked, the latest research from
Shawbrook Bank has complied research looking into the best cities to live and work post-pandemic. As part of the study, it highlighted how much, on average, each UK city is paid.
Nudge back to normality drives market share gains for all of Ireland’s biggest grocers for first time in over a decade , Kantar reports
The latest figures from Kantar show that Irish grocery market sales dipped by 2.3% in the 12 weeks to 5 September 2021 as people edge back to their pre-pandemic routines. Sales remain 11.1% higher than the same period in 2019.
Brits are looking to make up for last year’s Christmas spent in lockdown. Sitecore’s Holiday Shopping Trends 2021 Report shows 83% of Gen Z and 67% of Millennials are planning to go all out this holiday season, with 77% of
Shoppers take a shine to dark stores, as 84% of UK consumers plan to continue using dark stores post-pandemic, OneStock shows
Dark store retail formats are growing in popularity with UK consumers, with demand for dark stores continuing even as the pandemic eases, the latest European study from OneStock, the modern and agile Order Management System (OMS) provider for omnichannel retail,
Visa has announced it has helped to digitally-enable an estimated 16 million small and micro businesses (SMBs) worldwide, or just over 30% of the multi-year goal it set in 2020 to digitise 50 million SMBs. Since the start of the
Ahead of COP26, Avery Dennison, the global leader in materials science and manufacturing, has teamed up with forecasting consultancy The Future Laboratory, to release a new report: Regenerative Retail Economy. The report is released at a time when the United
Pandemic set to fuel five year D2C sales surge as 97% of UK online brands see direct selling as high priority
Brands selling online expect a five year surge in D2C revenues after the COVID-19 pandemic led many to invest in their own sales channels, according to new research.
Today, intelligent marketing service Upside releases its first industry white paper on retail loyalty, which identifies that the value of one loyal customer is equal to that of twenty-two non-loyal customers. Based on analysis of actual spend data, rather than
One in four subscribers rely on deliver-to-door subscriptions for at least half of their meals, Barclaycard reports
New research reveals that some shopping habits formed during lockdown are here to stay, with almost a fifth (18%) of Brits signed up to subscription services such as restaurant meal kits. Of those that use food subscriptions, over a quarter
New research finds late delivery is the number one complaint made by customers to couriers on Twitter
Poor delivery hugely impacts a customer’s overall online shopping experience, and new research finds that late delivery is the number one driver for customer complaints on Twitter. Analysis of over 6,700 tweets to the UK’s top courier companies by delivery
Transforming our current consumption models, from “take-make-dispose,” to a circular one where companies provide products as a service, can power economic growth and competitiveness with increased positive environmental impact. This transformation, called Everything-as-a-Service (XAAS), radically shifts ownership to the company—and
Cashless Britain moves towards cardless Britain in post-pandemic shopping revival, Samsung Pay reveals
Samsung Electronics Co., today revealed the results of a national survey into the way Brits are choosing to pay as they reacquaint themselves with the new ‘low touch’ world of retail. With 57 days passing since so-called ‘Freedom Day’ in
he latest take-home grocery figures from Kantar show sales fell year on year by 1.9% during the 12 weeks to 5 September 2021. Sales remain 8.7% higher than pre-COVID levels, reflecting that the impact of the pandemic is still being
Star performing prestige make-up products boost slow market recovery with double digit growth in the first half of 2021, reports The NPD Group
Sales of prestige mascara, brow products, tinted moisturiser and setting spray reported double digit growth in the first half of 2021, boosting the challenged make-up sector, according to The NPD Group. The total UK prestige make-up market was valued at
Recent findings from Mastercard reveal that money is the topic Brits fear talking about the most. Almost one third (30%) of UK adults admitted cash conversations make them feel the most uncomfortable compared to other topics. In comparison, the research
Toys for Christmas 2021: shop early to avoid shortages, sell-outs and price rises, The NPD Group warns
The NPD Group today released its latest figures on the British toy industry showing strong sales so far in 2021. Frédérique Tutt, global industry expert, toys - The NPD Group says: “With anticipated supply chain shortages and resultant price increases