Over 50% of products in Morrisons’ recent wave of price cuts are now cheaper than products listed in Asda’s recent roll back of prices, reveals new data from analysts at Edge by Ascential’s e-commerce analytics SaaS platform, Digital Shelf.
Prevailing trends facing the grocery retail and shopper behaviour will not hinge on the result of the Scottish referendum, according to IRI. If Scotland votes ‘yes’ in today’s referendum it is inevitable that supermarkets will be faced with choices about how they cover
Barker & Stonehouse, one of the UK’s leading independent furniture retailers, is to open its first London store this summer. The new £1m showroom will be in Battersea in South West London and is scheduled to open in early July
Supermarkets are buffering consumers from the rising costs of food and drink, but using this as a means of protecting footfall is ultimately unsustainable, warns trade credit insurer Atradius. Poor harvests and increased farming costs have created a turbulent period
Two thirds (64%) of shoppers do not believe retailers have done enough to reduce the cost of their weekly shop, according to Aldata Solution, a provider of retail and distribution optimisation software. Its survey of 1,000 consumers found a growing
The CBI today commented on the latest official inflation figures, which showed that the Consumer Prices Index was 3.4% higher in May compared with a year ago. Ian McCafferty, CBI chief economic adviser, said: “UK inflation has started to come