British take-home grocery sales rose by 14.3% during the 12 weeks to 17 May, the fastest rate since comparable records began in 1994, according to the latest figures released by Kantar today.
British consumers have praised social distancing measures put in place by DIY retailers with over 80% saying that it was easy to follow protective guidelines inside stores, according to a study by Kantar.
Economic anxiety remains high, but we have found a new normal in lockdown even though we miss our lives. We are though already turning towards the next steps as constraints on our lives begin to ease. These are the findings
Take home grocery sales in Britain increased by 9.1% in the 12 weeks to 19 April as consumers settled into life under lockdown and stocked up on food and household essentials, according to the latest figures from Kantar. While
As Easter approaches and social distancing measures remain in place, 12.5 million British households are planning to keep busy with DIY jobs in the coming weeks. Four million of them plan to complete their spruce up before the long
The latest figures from Kantar show the Irish grocery market experienced its busiest ever period over the 12 weeks to 22 March 2020 – increasing year-on-year sales by 10.1%. Growth in the four weeks to 22 March was nearly three
Kantar is urging retailers and FMCG brands to “take themselves out of the now” and being occupied with safety screens, protective measures, hazard pay and spot bonuses etc and think about will come next with the coronavirus pandemic.
Kantar has pinpointed four lessons from the behaviour of UK grocery shoppers in the four weeks to 22 March.
Grocery sales in the four weeks to 22 March jumped by 20.6%, the biggest growth on record, the latest data from Kantar shows.
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show year-on-year supermarket sales grew by the fastest rate in over a decade during the past 12 weeks – increasing by 7.6%. The rate of growth in the most recent four weeks
New data from Kantar shows extra demand in supermarkets is largely being driven by people adding a few extra items to baskets and making more trips, rather than shoppers buying large amounts of the same item in one go.
Ray Gaul, senior vice president of retail insights EMEA at Kantar, analyses the supermarket supply chain challenges in wake of Covid-19
The Irish grocery market maintained steady growth of 1.3% during the 12 weeks to 23 February 2020, the latest figures from Kantar show. All the major grocers were on an upward trajectory in the latest period, ahead of widespread
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show year-on-year supermarket sales grew by the fastest rate since November last year, at 0.7% over the past 12 weeks. A healthier performance will be welcomed across the sector, but the marginal
Following a record-breaking festive season for the Irish grocery market, the buzz around Veganuary and Dry January failed to outweigh falling consumer confidence in the post-Christmas trading period. Figures from Kantar for the 12 weeks to 26 January 2020 show
The latest figures from Kantar show the grocery market achieved modest 0.3% growth during the past 12 weeks as January once again brought consumer commitments to Dry January and Veganuary.
The global retail market will grow 4.8% to $6.7 trillion in 2020, according Kantar, the world’s leading research and consulting company. Kantar’s Retail IQ service, which tracks, analyses and forecasts the performance of 1,500 of the world’s biggest retailers, estimates
Kantar, the world’s leading marketing insights and consulting company, today announced two strategically important hires in the UK. These additions to the senior leadership team in the UK will be instrumental in driving Kantar’s ambitious growth agenda. Chris Morley is
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show year-on-year supermarket sales grew marginally by 0.2% in the 12 weeks to 29 December. While retailers still took a record £29.3 billion through tills in the so-called golden quarter – up
When it comes to product choice, new research can reveal that the capital’s consumers are influenced by brands and products that are ‘ethically sourced’ and those that have ‘eco-friendly, sustainable packaging’.
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show year-on-year supermarket sales growth slowed again during the past 12 weeks to a modest 0.5%. Amid the uncertainty of a General Election, a lacklustre Black Friday and a wet autumn, shoppers
Over 70% of consumers agree the response from businesses to the environmental damage being caused to our planet is ‘too little, too late’
Kantar is predicting that over 60% of people are expected to participate in Black Friday this year, an increase from 57% last year.
It has been well documented that traditional sectors like retail and banking are under pressure in a changing world and where customer expectations are constantly evolving. For our high street there is a growing list of pressures, especially when it
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show that year-on-year supermarket sales grew by 1.0% over the past 12 weeks. The increase is slightly behind the equivalent rate last month, against a backdrop of political uncertainty and a persistently wet autumn.