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Brand Footprint Report 2015

In its latest annual barometer of the nation’s most chosen FMCG brands, Kantar Worldpanel has revealed that four out of the top five brands are home-grown UK favourites.

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Our new data visualisation tool allows you to view and analyse Grocery Market Share data online. The latest sales share figures for all of the major grocers can be viewed and compared with historical figures.

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In the Press

  • 26/03/2015 - WARC

    Brands should list with discounters


    As the UK supermarket sector tries to adapt to the challenge presented by discount stores, a new study from Kantar Worldpanel has recommended that brands should embrace the trend.

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  • 22/03/2015 - The Guardian

    Aldi outstrips supermarket rivals with store expansion


    German discount chain to open almost twice as much new store space in 2015 than rivals, and more than Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Tesco put together

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  • 17/03/2015 - ITV News

    'Basket of goods' reflects Britain's changing spending habits


    Britain is a nation of good intentions: trying to get fit and put on muscle, perhaps while listening to inspiring music at the gym and making a valiant effort at giving up smoking.

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  • 13/03/2015 - Drapers

    Who are Retail Acquisitions?


    Retail Acquisitions has today taken control of the troubled BHS department store chain from Sir Philip Green. Drapers looks at who the key people are behind the company.

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  • 12/03/2015 - The Guardian

    BHS sold for £1 – Sir Philip Green announces disposal of loss-making chain


    Arcadia boss hands over fashion and homewares business to City investor Retail Acquisitions, which aims to turn it around

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  • 12/03/2015 - Marketing

    Sir Philip Green sells BHS to Retail Acquisitions


    Sir Philip Green has found a buyer for Arcadia Group's BHS, with newly-formed investment vehicle Retail Acquisitions signing a deal with the retail tycoon, with plans "to develop the BHS brand".

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