British shoppers spent £1.4bn on groceries online during the month of January, a growth of 121% in the last four weeks ending 30th January. A large proportion of this expenditure was from new online shoppers who spent an equivalent of
Economies around the world have been impacted by COVID-19 and vaccines have been touted as the fix to return to pre-pandemic economic stability. However, nearly two thirds (64%) of surveyed consumers around the world said they won’t take an
The online share of grocery sales at UK supermarkets doubled to 12.5% in the last four weeks ending 26 December 2020. This is up from online’s 6.7% share of sales during the same time in 2019, in what was the
Brits have put an extra £2.5bn worth of lager, wine, spirits and meat in their supermarket trollies this year as they were left unable to visit their favourite restaurants and bars, reveals new data from Nielsen for The Grocer’s annual
Forty one per cent of UK grocery stores are experiencing a decline in sales volume, despite the rocket-fuelled overall growth in sales in the grocery FMCG sector, reveals new data released today from Nielsen.
The share of consumer packaged goods (CPG) sold on promotion in Europe reached its highest level so far in 2020, at 18.2% in the four weeks ending 4th October. This represents the highest value in 2020 and the second highest
Twinings, McCain and Mars are among the top FMCG product innovators in the UK, reveals a new list released today by Nielsen BASES. The Top 25 Breakthrough Innovations list celebrates recent product innovations across various FMCG categories in Europe.
Public Health England was the UK’s biggest spender in traditional advertising during the lockdown period, reveals Nielsen AdIntel data released today. Unilever takes second place, spending £29.4m, followed by Procter & Gamble at £27.7m.
Brits consumed 1.3bn litres of alcohol during the UK’s lockdown period, almost half the 2bn litres figure recorded during the same time period last year, reveals new data from Nielsen Scantrack and CGA. This is despite UK consumers spending an
Online share of sales accounted for 14% of all grocery spend in the UK in the last four weeks ending 11th July 2020. This is up from the 13% share recorded in the previous four weeks, and 10% share from
Nielsen Global Connect, the global measurement and data analytics company, today announces a new global framework which identifies how businesses across global markets will navigate new economic challenges in the COVID-19 pandemic environment. ‘Rebound’ relates to a fast recovery
The share of all grocery sales made online reached 10% in the last four weeks ending 18th April as UK lockdown shifts shopping habits away from multiple trips in-store and towards bigger baskets as well as shopping more at convenience
Irish shoppers spent €371m on groceries during the week ending 12th April 2020, the highest sales week of the year so far, and an increase of 14% compared to the same week ending on Easter Sunday in 2019, reveals
UK consumers spent an additional £83m on groceries in the week ending 4th April 2020 compared to the previous week, but sales are down by -2.6% compared to the same period in 2019, reveals new data released today from Nielsen.
British consumers made over 79 million extra grocery shopping trips in the last four weeks, with total till sales at supermarkets surging to 20.5%, reveals data released today by Nielsen. The uptick in sales was particularly pronounced in the week
Grocery sales in Ireland increased by 23% in comparison with the same time last year, and by 16% when compared to the previous week, according to the latest data from the week ending 15 March 2020, released today by Nielsen.
Grocery sales at UK supermarkets during the week ending 14th March increased by over 22% compared to the same period in 2019. This is equal to an additional £467m more in purchases than this time last year, reveals new data
Grocery spend in Ireland hit €1.2bn in the four weeks to 29th December 2019, as Irish shoppers spent an additional €32.5m over the Christmas period in comparison to the same time last year, reveals new data released today from Nielsen.
Total grocery sales fell by -0.5% in the last four weeks, despite the start of warm summer weather at the end of June and the sporting season in the UK. Shoppers also spent less per visit compared with the same
Mondelēz International, Jacob Douwe Egberts and General Mills are top FMCG product innovators in the UK, according to a new list released today by Nielsen.
British consumers are displaying a strengthening sense of optimism about their financial wellbeing, with 34% of Brits saying they are financially better off today than five years ago, according to a new study by global measurement company, Nielsen.
New research from Nielsen shows Irish people are willing to educate themselves when it comes to environmental awareness and recycling grocery products and believe it’s the responsibility of retailers to reduce the amount of packaging used on grocery products.
New data from Nielsen has revealed shoppers in the UK and Ireland are slow adopters of new e-commerce technologies compared with their global counterparts, despite an increasing demand for greater convenience.
Nielsen’s research shows FMCG online sales now account for almost
A new study by Nielsen, the data and measurement company, has identified seven consumer snacking profiles as a way to better understand the shopping behaviours driving the snacking category, and has also uncovered insight into weekday versus weekend snacking.
Canned drinks are seeing significant growth in the UK market, according to the latest Nielsen research revealed by the Can Makers, with carbonated soft drinks (CSDs), craft beer and flavoured cider proving to be the main driver behind recent rise