The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland, published today for the 12 weeks ending 3 January, show a strong uplift for the Irish grocery market. Shoppers relaxed their purse strings over Christmas, resulting in an overall market
UK shoppers will spend £20.3bn on groceries over the festive period, an increase of 1.4% on the £20bn spent in 2014, according to the latest forecasts from IGD.
More than four in 10 (42% of) grocery shoppers in the UK could potentially be converted to online shopping, according to research being unveiled at IGD’s Online & Digital Summit this week, offering huge opportunities for growth in this fast-evolving
Latest figures by IGD ShopperVista reveal almost a third of shoppers (30%) – up from 6% in 2010 – are using the internet before they go shopping to find which stores are offering the best food and grocery deals. The
Three quarters (74%) of UK consumers use the internet for household grocery shopping activity and saving money is a major factor why consumers go online for grocery shopping, according to a study released today from Nielsen. The 2012 Nielsen Global Survey
Online grocery shopping in the UK is predicted to nearly double to £9.5bn in five years compared to its current level of £4.8bn, according to new research published by IGD – the international food and grocery experts. Online shopping will