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Tag: Kantar

Customer in shopping aisle

Turning to own label

Warmer weather led to an increase in consumer footfall in the early summer, but the dark clouds of inflation still loom.
woman in supermarket

Another turn of the screw

SUPERMARKET sales fell by 4.4% during the 12 weeks to 15 May 2022, as consumers felt the effects of significant grocery price inflation.
person in supermarket with lots of toilet/kitchen paper

Thriving despite cost pressures

THE UK toilet tissue market has grown, but that value growth may be a reflection of inflationary pressure.
Galaxy chocolate bar

Innovation drives chocolate forward

AN increasing number of chocolate lovers prefer blondes, if category growth figures are to be believed.
Lidl

Shoppers seek value

SHOPPERS are seeking better value from their baskets as inflation takes hold.
reduced stickers in supermarket

Consumers concerned

The Covid crisis may have subsided, but the impact of inflation on consumer trends may just be beginning.
Gordon’s Premium Pink 0.0% has the familiar pink gin taste with no alcohol.

ABV free pink gin

DIAGEO has expanded its low and no range with the launch of Gordon’s Premium Pink 0.0% Alcohol Free Spirit.
Border biscuits

Affordable pick me ups

Inflationary pressures will lead to many consumers tightening their belts over the coming months.

Sun shines on off sales

GROWTH for barbecue occasions in the UK was huge during the pandemic.
Butter and cheese packs

Spreading growth across the chiller

Dairy brands see potential in convenience

Delight for discounter

LIDL has overtaken the Co-op to become the sixth largest supermarket in the UK for the first time.

Ice cream is going green

UNILEVER has ditched plastic in exchange for paper tubs across its Carte D’or ice cream range
Rubicon Spring

Slimming the Rubicon

Health is at the heart of the latest new format launch for the Rubicon brand.
Half price stock

Living cost crisis hits

Grocery sales have taken a hit, as consumers start to feel the pressure of food price inflation.
Rustlers

Growing sales in the morning

BREAKFAST is big business in the UK, representing 19.8 billion meal occasions and eaten by 98% of adults – according to data from Kantar.
Shoppers in Christmis aisle

Seasonal sales soar

Supermarket sales exceeded expectations over the festive period, according to the latest data from Kantar and Nielsen IQ.