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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

Thin times for crisps

SAVOURY snacks are outselling crisps and growing by 2%, says Mondelez International trade communications manager Susan Nash. Quoting Kantar figures, Nash says savoury snacks are...

Singles market is growing

SINGLE-serve cat food sales grew by 5.5% in the year to the end of April this year to a value of £79m according to...
Mark Thomson

Crumbs: Scots in the lead

GB take-home biscuit sales were worth £2.6bn and grew by 1.4% in the year to 14 September, Mark Thomson of Kantar Worldpanel told Scottish...
Mini Babybel

Lunch munch chance

CHEESE presents a huge lunchtime snacking opportunity for convenience retailers, argues Bel UK, which produces Mini Babybel, The Laughing Cow and Leerdammer. The company...

Buttery future

THE backlash against artificial foods has been great news for butter in all its formats. Dairy giant, Arla Foods, reckons that butter’s natural credentials...

Going for the cold stuff

SCOTLAND has a higher frequency of purchase for branded ice cream than is the case in Great Britain overall and total ice cream sales...
Symbol stores account for a small amount of the Kantar Worldpanel grocery totals but they are showing good rates of growth that, in the most recent period, were well ahead of the supermarket giants’ performances.

Growing symbols beat grocer giants

BRITAIN’S symbol stores and independent food and drink retailer grew at a faster rate than all of the big four supermarkets and beat the...
Birds Eye Bake to Perfection range, designed as a fuss-free option that gives families and friends time to enjoy their night in together. Daloon’s frozen ethnic snacks can be served as nibbles, starters, as part of a buffet or as a side dish with a main meal.

The munch bunch – time for big night in quick, convenient meals

IF the big night in is all about relaxing, socialising and spending time with family and friends, no one wants to be fiddling around...
Oooh - a saucy new look

Oooh – a saucy new look for Sharwoods

SHARWOODS is giving its cooking sauce, accompaniments and cooking kits range a major makeover. The firm says the design update will help shoppers differentiate more...
Spirits of the night

Spirits of the night – Drinks analysis

In the early days of the current big night in trend beers were seen as especially important, particularly for sports audiences. But wines, spirits...
Biscuits at kids’ size power on

Biscuits at kids’ size power on

BURTON’S Biscuit Company, reckons the start of the new school year is a great time for retailers to capitalise on demand for child-friendly biscuit...
Cold comfort

Cold comfort – Healthy figures for frozen market

DESPITE the horsemeat scandal, the frozen food market is now worth more than £5.6bn and grew in value by 4.5% last year. According to Kantar...
Bells rings up increased sales

Bells rings up increased sales

MEAT products and bakery are two of the categories in the Scottish market where consumers often choose Scottish brands. In meat-filled pies Bells Food Group’s...