Tag: Kantar Worldpanel


Smaller supermarkets gaining market share

Are the big four on the decline?

Record market share for Aldi

While other retailers struggle, Lidl and Aldi continue to flourish .

Let them eat frozen cake

Opportunities abound in convenience according to Coppenrath & Wiese .
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Brexit impacts grocery sales

Shoppers have already started stockpiling food in the face of uncertainty

Still plenty of room to grow

Around 8% of UK adults now vape
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Still plenty of room to grow

Around 8% of UK adults now vape according to Kantar Worldpanel figures produced by Blu

Fresh start for grocery sales

Strong sales in fresh produce helped the UK grocery market record a sales uplift for the 12 weeks to 27 January .

Merry-ish festive sales for grocery

British grocery sales saw a  “reasonable, but not spectacular” final Christmas trading period, according to Mike Watkins, Nielsen’s UK head of retailer insight

Time to turn and fascia the change

After a whirlwind 2018 for wholesalers it’s a good time to reassess what’s on offer

Retail lacking in Christmas cheer

Heralded by some as a pre-Christmas boost to retail, Black Friday proved something of a busted flush for supermarket

More Co-op for Nisa retailers

Nisa retailers enter 2019 following a year of major change for the symbol with The Co-op successfully completing its purchase of the member-owned group in May

Top up shops come out top

The top up shop is making big gains with British consumers, with smaller trips increasing at twice the rate of larger trolley shops

Age limit has huge support

Kantar survey finds overwhelming support for restricting energy sales

Sales shine in convenience

Warm weather propped up sales across the grocery sector this summer

Summer ends on a retail high

The UK grocery market saw strong growth in the 12 weeks to 12 August, with sunshine and warm weather helping to loosen purse strings .

Still an everyday essential

MORE than one billion sandwiches are eaten each year from 1.3bn lunchboxes, according to figures from Kantar Worldpanel.