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Going from endless lockdowns to tier restrictions and back again means Brits have spent more time at home than ever before. More time indoors has resulted in increased clutter and new research from Homebase reveals the impact this is having
Brits call on supermarkets and government to steer immunity supporting eating habits as new COVID-19 strain spreads
With 82% of Brits claiming to be actively taking steps to strengthen their immune systems, consumers are calling on supermarkets to offer more support in helping them fortify their bodies and eat better. With the nation under its third national
With a possible closure of click & collect takeaways being discussed at present as part of intensified Coronavirus protection measures, The NPD Group has calculated the move would wipe over £300m from Britain's takeaway trade.
UK sees record sales of plant-based foods as Veganuary proves more popular than ever, dunnhumby reports
dunnhumby, the global leader in customer data science, has released UK shopper data from the last week which shows a boom in plant-based food sales, as many consumers switch to meat and dairy alternatives for January.
Online retail sales grew by +36% in 2020, the highest growth since 2007, the latest IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index shows.
For 2020 overall, Total sales declined 0.3% compared with 2019. Food growth was 5.4% and the Non-Food decline was 5.0% for the year, the latest BRC/KPMG Retail Sales Monitor shows.
LSH & Revo research: COVID-19 has created a ‘watershed’ moment for UK’s towns, high streets and shopping centres
A survey of over 400 industry professionals finds that, while the COVID-19 pandemic may have accelerated structural changes within the retail sector, positive government interventions combined with increasing sentiment for public-private sector collaboration has created a ‘watershed’ moment for the
Clearpay has found that as consumers have continued to wear masks, they have steered away from make-up and drawn their attention to hair care and fragrance. The data drawn covers brands including MAC, Look Fantastic, Estee Lauder, Current Body and
Footfall across UK retail destinations declined by -27.1% last week from the week before, Springboard shows
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across all UK retail destinations declined by -27.1% last week from the week before, which follows a drop of -23.2% in the previous week.
Take-home grocery sales in Ireland rose by 17.0% in the 12 weeks to 27 December 2020, the latest figures from Kantar show. A record-breaking €1.2 billion was spent on groceries in December, making it the busiest month ever as families
A survey by European design Brand, MADE.COM, reveals that as people spend more time at home, they are naturally looking at investing more in their surroundings.
More customers than before are looking for smoke-free products as part of any New Year’s resolution to move away from cigarettes, an independent survey by KAM Media on behalf of Philip Morris Limited (PML), can reveal.
UK adults spent close to £7million pounds on vape products between January and October of 2020. With nearly 3 million adults now vaping, Vype was curious to find out which UK cities had embraced vaping the most. Vype took a
A large scale mobile gaming study by Toluna, a tech company that operates in the market research space, surveyed 1,060 mobile gamers or people interested in mobile gaming, aged 16 to 45 in the UK.
Using its own on-site data, the gifting site www.Prezzybox.com has predicted the gifting habits of Britons for 2021, after analysing the purchases and average spend in 2020.
Lockdown announcement sees sales of fitness steps multiply tenfold, as Britons search for ‘new lockdown exercise rules’
UK residents turned to Google to understand ‘new lockdown exercise rules’ with an online search spike of +3,400% in the past seven days, new research by sports and fitness equipment specialist www.sweatband.com has found.
IGD: shopper confidence remained stable in December, despite increased COVID-19 restrictions over Christmas period
Shopper confidence remained stable in December, despite increased COVID-19 restrictions over the Christmas period and uncertainty over EU Exit, according to the latest IGD Shopper Confidence Index. While many shoppers did not have the festive period they had planned for,
According to the Data & Marketing Association’s (DMA) latest research, Amazon has been listed by consumers as their favourite brand in 2020.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that it is possible for many people to work from home. Now, a survey of UK HR professionals by the HR software provider CIPHR, suggests that remote working is here to stay, regardless of any
UK cities, shopping centres, restaurants, offices, and meeting places have been radically hit and changed due to the Covid-19 health crisis, in an incredibly short period of time. This is what has emerged from a study carried out by Mytraffic,
The latest figures from Kantar show take-home grocery sales rose by 11.4% during the 12 weeks to 27 December 2020, a period spanning both the November national lockdown and Christmas. December was the busiest month ever for British supermarkets as
The trend for ordering food and drinks from our cars at Britain’s growing number of drive-thru restaurants soared from September to November 2020 according to global information company The NPD Group. There were 121 million visits to Britain’s 2,000 quick
Footfall across UK retail destinations declined by -23.2% last week from the previous week, Springboard shows
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that post- Christmas, footfall across UK retail destinations declined by -23.2% last week from the previous week, with the biggest drop seen in shopping centres by -31.8% with drops in high streets (-21.9%)
Takeback Monday: returns expected to increase by 63% on first working day of the year, Royal Mail reports
Takeback Monday – returns of online purchases are predicted to increase by 63% compared to the average number of return parcels per day in December, according to Royal Mail. Takeback Monday is the day that most Brits will return their