Christmas dinner was more costly for consumers in 2021, according to the latest grocery sales data from Kantar.
The pandemic effect can still be felt in the off-trade, although some are heading back to hospitality
THE latest grocery sales figures suggest consumer shopping behaviour has started to stabilise in the UK – with one pandemic trend likely to continue into the future.
Kantar and Nielsen have both revealed that a shortage of petrol at the pumps earlier this autumn hit grocery spending in the UK.
CONSUMERS across the globe are increasingly expressing their desire for products with less plastic packaging, according to data from Kantar.
A SHIFT in grocery spending habits could be on the horizon, according to Kantar, with the data specialist’s latest take-home grocery figures suggesting consumers are returning to pre-pandemic habits.
A SUMMER of sun and sport helped to drive growth for UK supermarkets.
MORE people are going to the shops than at this time last year, but footfall is still below pre-Covid levels, according to Kantar.
The reopening of the UK hospitality industry has had a negative effect on supermarket grocery sales, according to research by NielsenIQ and Kantar
Premium chocolate has been performing well over the last year, according to Mackie’s of Scotland.
The number of trips to brick and mortar stores has increased for the first time in a year, according to the latest figures from data analysts Kantar and Nielsen IQ.
Goodfella's packaging has been given a facelift across its entire portfolio – including PMPs – bringing packs in line with the brand’s ‘Made With Respect’ message
In-store shopping is on the rise and the number of online orders is declining according to new figures from NeilsenIQ and Kantar
SCOTTISH consumers should be able to meet up with friends again this summer and – weather permitting – barbecues are sure to be fired up across the land.
ONLINE grocery sales reached record highs, in February, according to the latest figures from data specialists NeilsenIQ and Kantar.
The latest lockdown has triggered the highest ever levels of January online grocery sales, with British shoppers spending £1.4bn on online groceries in the four-week period.