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A positive outlook for FTG in c-stores

Research and training firm IGD predicts growth for food to go in the UK, with c-stores set to grow market share
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Splash the cash for fast

Almost half (48%) of online grocery shoppers claim they are willing to pay for faster delivery in order to receive groceries within an hour of purchasing
Dennis and Linda Williams’ Premier Deli concept was introduced to their store in August last year. Their burger and chili chicken noodles are bestsellers.

Going great

Scottish Grocer spoke to two retailing couples who recently invested in food to go and have already seen results

IGD predicts grocery growth this Christmas

The UK grocery market is predicted to experience 2.6% growth this Christmas with shoppers spending £33,3bn over the festive period. Training and research firm IGD...

Forward for food to go

Research points to five years of growth ahead.

Grocery shoppers open to voice activation

SHOPPERS are showing an increasing interest in voice-activated technology to make their food and grocery purchases from home, according to food and grocery research...

Good forecast for c-stores

THE future looks bright for convenience retailing according to a new report from training and research charity IGD. A new forecast from the charity predicts...

All the young dudes’ food

Young adults are twice as likely to buy food to go than their older counterparts, training and research charity IGD has claimed, with the...

Seeking food waste help through tech

ONE in five shoppers would like technology to help them tackle food waste, according to new research from training and research charity IGD. When asked...

Growth predicted for wholesale sector

SALES for UK grocery wholesalers rose 0.3% in 2015 to £30 bn, in spite of continued price deflation in retail, according to IGD. The research...

Food to go sales ready to soar

IGD expects on-the-go snacks and drinks to hit £16bn FOOD to go is one of the fastest-growing categories in food and drink retailing – in...

Sales grow but units slowing

C-stores will beat supermarkets while store expansion tails back CONVENIENCE store sales should see significantly more growth than supermarkets’ in the next five years but...
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IGD chief says it’s time for change

“People tell us they are faced with a promotional blizzard when buying groceries, so clearing the fog over pricing is a priority. People want...
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Delivered model to edge ahead of C&C?

IF Scotland’s and the rest of the UK’s wholesale and cash & carry firms thought life was competitive now there’s a lot more of...

Wales takes c-stores lead

SCOTLAND has lost its claim to having more convenience stores per head of population than any other part of the UK, according to new...
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Ready to look into the future

THE development of symbol groups by wholesaling companies and the use of new technologies and digital communications in wholesaling will both figure this month...

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