New supermarket data has revealed for the first time the price gap between more expensive branded groceries and cheaper own-label alternatives.
The latest figures from Kantar show that take-home grocery sales for Ireland fell by 4.9% in the 12 weeks to 12 June 2022. While decline is softer than last month, grocery price inflation continues to climb and hit 6.5% this
Grocery bills on course to rise by £380 per year but inflation fails to dampen jubilee joy, Kantar reports
Supermarket sales fell by 1.9% during the 12 weeks to 12 June 2022, according to the latest take-home grocery figures from Kantar, the best market performance since October last year. Over the latest four-weeks sales grew by 0.4% versus the
Kantar’s latest take home grocery figures for Ireland show that sales fell by 6.5% in the 12 weeks to 15 May 2022. Irish shoppers are adjusting to increased prices as grocery inflation hits 5.5%, marking the first time it has risen above 5% since August 2013.
Kantar, the world’s leading marketing data and analytics company today revealed their annual Brand Footprint study, a detailed analysis of global shopper behaviour in 2021. The study finds that households consistently focused their brand choice on just 55 brands per
Brands are failing to represent and respond to expectations from women transitioning through the menopause or perimenopause in the UK according to new research by global insights company, Kantar, and menopause support provider, Over the Bloody Moon.
Kantar, the world’s leading marketing data and analytics company, and capital D, the next-generation private equity fund manager, today announce they have reached an agreement for Kantar to acquire Qmee, the Reading, UK-based app survey platform and fraud prevention technology
Kantar’s latest take home grocery figures for Ireland show that sales fell by 7.2% over the 12 weeks to 17 April 2022. Against a complex backdrop of global supply chain issues, grocery price inflation has hit 4.7% this period, its highest level since September 2013.
Inflation starting to drive grocery behaviour as pandemic loosens hold on shopper habits, Kantar reports
The latest take-home grocery figures from Kantar show that supermarket sales fell by 6.3% over the 12 weeks to 20 March 2022. Sales are still up versus two years ago, though only by 0.7% as the comparison now includes the
The latest figures from Kantar show that Irish take-home grocery sales fell by 4.5% over the 12 weeks to 20 February 2022. Nevertheless, spending still remains 11.1% higher than before the pandemic.
Take-home grocery figures from Kantar show that supermarket sales fell by 3.7% over the 12 weeks to 20 February 2022. However, sales remain 8.4% higher than the same period before the pandemic in 2020. The annual decline reflects last year’s
Younger consumers most likely to change their lifestyle in response to climate concerns, Kantar sustainability study finds
Kantar, the world’s leading data-driven analytics and brand consulting company, today releases Sustainability Sector Index, a landmark study that maps consumers’ sustainability attitudes and behaviours against the UN sustainable development goals.
Irish consumers embrace new freedoms as COVID-19 restrictions ease, but pandemic habits still with us, Kantar reports
The latest figures from Kantar show that Irish take-home grocery sales declined by 4.5% over the 12 weeks to 23 January 2022. However, sales still remain 11.2% higher than two years ago before the pandemic took hold.
Pre-pandemic shopping routines return but rising prices spell battle for consumer spend, Kantar reports
Take-home grocery figures from Kantar show that supermarket sales fell by 3.8% over the 12 weeks to 23 January 2022. These year-on-year figures reflect tough comparisons against the high demand of the lockdowns at the start of 2021, with spending remaining 8% higher than pre-pandemic times.
MindIT Artificial Intelligence Team join Kantar to advance consumer goods revenue management portfolio
Kantar, the world’s leading data-driven analytics and brand consulting company today announces the acquisition of all software intellectual property (IP) and the development team from MindIT, the Bologna, Italy-based artificial intelligence (AI) company. MindIT, a spin-out from Bologna University, is
Irish grocery sales were worth €3.1 billion during the 12 weeks to 26 December 2021, according to the latest figures from Kantar. The market grew by 10.9% compared with the same period in 2019, though year on year it was
Grocery sales hit £11.7bn in December as shoppers splash out on Christmas celebrations, Kantar reports
Take-home grocery sales reached £31.7 billion over the 12 weeks to 26 December 2021 as shoppers made the most of Christmas festivities, according to the latest figures from Kantar. Although down by 3.0% compared with 2020, spending remains higher than
Irish grocery market sales declined by 6.4% over the 12 weeks to 28 November, the latest figures from Kantar show. However, growth remains strong compared with pre-pandemic times and grocery sales were up 8.9% versus the same period in 2019.
Take home grocery sales fell by 3.8% over the 12 weeks to 28 November 2021 compared with 2020 according to the latest figures from Kantar. Sales remain strong compared with the market before the pandemic, and grocery spend was 7.0%
Kevin the Carrot has returned to screens for the sixth year in a row with his latest outing proving the most successful so far. According to research by Kantar, which combined consumer survey responses with facial recognition AI technology,
The latest figures from Kantar show grocery sales fell by 4.8% year on year over the 12 weeks to 31 October. However, growth is still strong compared with pre-pandemic levels and sales were up 8.9% versus the equivalent period in 2019.
Take home grocery sales fell by 1.9% over the 12 weeks to 31 October 2021, according to the latest figures from Kantar. Although in decline compared with the same 12 weeks in 2020, sales are still 7.3% higher than in 2019.
Friends, frugality, and old favourites – shoppers hoping to spend less but find more meaning this Christmas and they want TV ads to reflect that, Kantar reports
Data from Kantar shows consumers are over twice as likely to think Christmas is more important this year than usually.
The latest grocery market figures from Kantar show sales fell by 2.2% year on year in the 12 weeks ending 3 October 2021. The decline reflects the fact sales are still being compared against the extraordinary levels of shopping seen
Take-home grocery sales fell by 1.2% over the 12 weeks to 3 October 2021, according to the latest figures from Kantar. Despite this dip, sales remain 8.1% higher than they were before COVID-19 and every retailer boosted its sales compared with the same period in 2019. Fraser McKevitt,