The UK food-to-go market is forecast to be worth £23.4bn by 2024, up from £18.5bn in 2019, growing by 26.4%. According to new research from IGD, the channel is set to experience double the growth of the wider UK food
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
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 food-to-go taking a bigger bite of grocery markets around the world, Gavin Rothwell, senior retail insight Manager at grocery research organisation IGD, identifies the top five trends he believes will shape this sector in the future.
Weekend-biased shopping and leisure occasions account for biggest chunk of food-to-go visits, new report finds
A new report on the Food to Go market, MCA’s Food to Go Market Report 2017, reveals that the sector’s growth is being driven by changing consumer attitudes: Food to Go is no longer predominantly a convenient option for workday
IGD is predicting the burgeoning food-to-go market to be worth £21.7bn by 2021, up from £16.1bn this year, offering significant opportunities for growth.
Market leading salad brand, Florette, is set to diversify its product range with the launch of its new Tasty & Balanced protein salads. Available through Ginsters Van Sales Company, the Tasty & Balanced range will propel the salad specialist into
Food-to-go in the UK offers significant opportunities for growth, according to the latest figures from IGD, which is unveiling new research into the market for the very first time. Driven by changing shopper lifestyles, IGD is anticipating the market to
Get closer to busy mobile consumers. Ride successful new product concepts and trends. Satisfy demand for unexplored, exotic cuisines. These are some of the potential opportunities in Britain’s food-on-the-go (FOTG) market identified by global information provider The NPD Group. FOTG
Food-to-go brand Great Grub is going nationwide having landed a deal with leading retailer Boots who will stock the brand’s range of wraps in 250 of its stores across the UK from September. And Great Grub claims its Chicken Kofta and Chicken Piri Piri
The Co-operative Food has launched a range of fresh, hot ready-to-eat meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With more people eating on the go or ‘al-desko’ at work, the convenience retailer reports its food-to-go additions are available in city centre-based food
Following the recent announcement of a trial partnership with Starbucks – pod, the 23-strong healthy fast food-to-go chain, has revealed further expansion plans into 2015 to extend its footprint outside of its City of London heartland. Plans will see further investment deliver a
Starbucks is teaming up with Pod, known for its seasonal and nutritious fresh food served from 23 stores across London, to offer selected food from its breakfast and lunch ranges at three Starbucks stores in central London for a trial
Greggs is transforming its business from being a bakery retailer to a food on-the-go operation and workforce management is a key cog in the process. Speaking at RBTE 2014, Neil Parrish, retail productivity manager at Greggs, said: “Without the right
Convenience retail veteran David Sands is returning to the sector with a new store – trading under the Nisa Local fascia – in Glenrothes. The industry stalwart, who sold his long-established David Sands business to The Co-operative Food for an undisclosed
The Co-operative Food is launching a new Loved by Us private label and relaunching its food to go range under the brand this autumn with 30 new lines. Existing favourites will be given a makeover too, with new recipes and
The Co-operative Food has introduced two new fresh meal pots into its own brand Food to Go range. Providing warming yet healthy lunches or quick and easy dinners for hungry customers, the new meal pots are claimed to be great for taking
Simplicity and managing waste is critical in the food-to-go market in convenience, according to Caroline Thomson, national accounts, Subway. Presenting at the IGD’s Convenience Retailing 2012 event, Thomson told delegates Subway had a simple offer that customers understood. Its £3.00
Midcounties Co-operative is launching a new food-to-go format. The first store will open in Gloucester in 2013 and a further four to five stores are in the pipeline, according to Andy Cresswell, deputy chief executive, trading. Speaking at the IGD’s
Burger King UK is celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with the launch of a snack that combines the flavour of coronation chicken with a Burger King classic. The Coronation Chicken Royale will be available at Burger King restaurants nationwide from
Spar wholesaler, James Hall, is planning to build its business with retailers in the north west by promoting fresh foods and in-store investment. The move follows the opening of a new depot in Preston. The Bowland View depot, which became fully