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Sober as a sailor

Suffolk-based brewery Adnams has its eyes on the low and no alcohol opportunity, launching a dealcoholised version of its flagship brew Ghost Ship

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

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

Sales shine in convenience

Warm weather propped up sales across the grocery sector this summer

Gravity defying off-trade growth

Heineken finds no alcohol flying in Scotland

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 .
Watching football at home

Sunshine means sales for grocery

MORE good weather in June and July led to supermarket sales growing at their fastest rate this year, up by 3.6% for the twelve weeks until 15 July

Sunshine sends sales soaring

Warm weather enjoyed by many in Scotland in May helped supermarkets
Monster Ultra Violet can

Monster beating market

FLAVOURED energy drinks enjoying excellent growth in Great Britain according to figures released by Coca-Cola European Partners
Various sweet treats

Get a share of sharing trend

SHARING and treating occasions have people reaching for treat bags and pouches more often these days
woman vegetable shopping in a supermarket

Lidl and Aldi at heart of growth

INFLATION and the expansion of the discounters continue to be the two prongs of the fork doing all the heavy lifting in terms of sales growth in the UK’s grocery sector.
Man with gum at work

Banking on bottles

Bottle formats seeing increasing success for gum, say producers

Families splash out extra £1bn

BRITISH shoppers spent £1bn more at Christmas in 2017 than they had a year earlier, with a record £469m being spent on premium own-label lines in December alone.
With single serve a growing trend in coffee, Lyons says its coffee bags, made with freshly ground coffee sealed into individual bags, are ready to meet demand.

Serving one cup at a time

SINGLE serve is a growing trend among coffee consumers, according to Lyons Coffee and it says sales of its coffee bags had grown 45%

Taking the vape offer up a notch

Customer experience crucial to category
Aldi storefront in Manchester

Aldi’s back on top with chilled

ALDI has reclaimed the throne of fastest-growing retailer in the UK