PANIC buying may not be as prolific as it appears according to data from Kantar.
BEFORE the COVID-19 outbreak led to a boost in spending across the grocery sector, the discounters were continuing to storm ahead in the UK, according to figures from Kantar and Nielsen.
IT should come as no surprise to hear that after tap water, tea has been found to be the nation’s most-beloved beverage.
Grocery sales in the UK were “unexpectedly slow” while approaching the peak of the ‘golden quarter’ of festive trading.
Figures show category still thriving in Scottish stores
Brands founded more than a century ago take all three podium spots in this year’s Scottish alcohol top ten table
Lidl and Aldi grow sales continuously while their rivals see growth stagnating
As the crucial Christmas trading period approaches, the UK’s grocery market continues to experience sluggish sales growth.
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There are plenty of alternatives out there but, when it comes to the school lunchbox, the sandwich is still king.
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.
It might still technically be in growth, but the UK grocery sector is continuing to suffer from a slowdown .
Food to go retailers take note: lunch is now officially the most popular meal that is bought out of the home .
Grocery sales have proved disappointing, with Nielsen finding a “significant drop” in spending for the four weeks to 19 May .
Shoppers are increasingly favouring supermarkets with smaller store formats, according to the latest data from Nielsen .
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