British soft drinks brand Vimto has been enjoying enviable growth according to data specialist Nielsen
Convenience stores continue to lead the way when it comes to value sales growth during the coronavirus outbreak
March was a month like no other for the grocery market, with UK consumers making more than 79 million extra shopping trips over a four-week period.
Grocery sales in the UK were “unexpectedly slow” while approaching the peak of the ‘golden quarter’ of festive trading.
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.
While other retailers struggle, Lidl and Aldi continue to flourish .
It might still technically be in growth, but the UK grocery sector is continuing to suffer from a slowdown .
Flavour and function drive the snacking sector, according to Spanish food firm Brindisa
Shoppers are increasingly favouring supermarkets with smaller store formats, according to the latest data from Nielsen .
Government policy compounds rises
Nervous consumers appear to be shunning the big four, leading to huge gains for the discounters
Shoppers have already started stockpiling food in the face of uncertainty
Strong sales in fresh produce helped the UK grocery market record a sales uplift for the 12 weeks to 27 January .
Suffolk-based brewery Adnams has its eyes on the low and no alcohol opportunity, launching a dealcoholised version of its flagship brew Ghost Ship
Heralded by some as a pre-Christmas boost to retail, Black Friday proved something of a busted flush for supermarket