UK supermarkets have endured the worst early summer trading since 2005, new figures from Nielsen for the 12 weeks to 23 June 2012 reveal. The wettest June on record drowned strong sales around the Jubilee weekend and despite +12.5% year-on-year growth
If your business accept cheques guaranteed with a plastic card then it’s time to get ready for next summer when the UK’s cheque guarantee card scheme is being withdrawn, writes UK Payments Administration, the service company to the UK payments
The CBI expects the UK economy to continue to grow, and at a slightly faster pace in 2010 than had been expected. But the pace of recovery looks to be more sluggish in 2011 than previously forecast, following measures announced
Latest grocery market figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks ending 11 July 2010, show a boost in sales for the major retailers despite concerns of a double-dip recession and the approaching government spending cuts. Grocery market
The volume of sales on the high street fell again in June, compared with a year ago, according to the latest CBI Distributive Trades Survey. But the decline was slower than expected and than last month, and retailers are hopeful
Shoppers are reaching for premium ranges such as Tesco Finest and Morrisons’ The Best, according to the latest grocery market figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks ending 13 June 2010. In spite of total grocery market
The Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit 2010 takes place in London, June 23–25. CEOs from Carrefour, The Coca-Cola Company, Unilever, Tesco, Delhaize and Néstle will be at the event and sharing their vision for the future of the global food and drink industry.