Thursday, January 23, 2020

Tag: Kantar

Christmas shopping

Sales slow for crucial period

Grocery sales in the UK were “unexpectedly slow” while approaching the peak of the ‘golden quarter’ of festive trading.
Dairy free spread on toast

Free from far more than just a trend

Figures show category still thriving in Scottish stores

Scottish off-trade top ten brands 2019: Established names continue to impress

Brands founded more than a century ago take all three podium spots in this year’s Scottish alcohol top ten table
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The discounters dominate again

Lidl and Aldi grow sales continuously while their rivals see growth stagnating
Man pushing trolley

Mixed fortunes at supermarkets

As the crucial Christmas trading period approaches, the UK’s grocery market continues to experience sluggish sales growth.
Cadbury Dark Milk and Dairy Milk festive lines from Modelez

A sack full of seasonal NPD for Mondelez

Mondelez has unveiled its Christmas 2019 range, with a raft of new SKUs
Child eating sandwich

Bread still a big hitter for stores

There are plenty of alternatives out there but, when it comes to the school lunchbox, the sandwich is still king.
Salmon

Caledonia in convenience

Most nations like to boast about the quality of their produce, but there are few that can compete with Scotland when it comes to quality.
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Slowdown as summer stalls

It might still technically be in growth, but the UK grocery sector is continuing to suffer from a slowdown .
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Lunch more lucrative

Food to go retailers take note: lunch is now officially the most popular meal that is bought out of the home .
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Soggy start to summer sales

Grocery sales have proved disappointing, with Nielsen finding a “significant drop” in spending for the four weeks to 19 May .
co-operative-food

Smaller brings gains for mults

Shoppers are increasingly favouring supermarkets with smaller store formats, according to the latest data from Nielsen .
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Supermarket deal quashed

CMA rules against Sainsbury's-Asda merger
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Domination of the discounters

Nervous consumers appear to be shunning the big four, leading to huge gains for the discounters

Spreading to another aisle

REACHING for fixtures it has never reached before, Muller has launched its first spreadable product into the UK butter market.
Last year Nestlé launched 30% less sugar versions of Pastilles and Randoms. The recipe took two years to develop and resulted in a 7% calorie reduction per pack.

The best of both worlds

Nestlé heaps praise on low sugar

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