The latest data shows stellar growth for the grocery market with sales increasing by 3.5% compared with last year.
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The consumer spending on FMCG grew by 2.4% in China, experiencing further slowdown.
Continued growth for the grocery market with sales rising by 2.5% compared with last year
Supermarket sales fell by 0.2% as like-for-like grocery prices declined by 1.4% on last year.
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The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks ending 22 May 2016
British brands continue to outperform their foreign counterparts as six home-grown favorites make up the UK top ten.
Local brands are especially prevalent in China, where they comprise 75% of shopper decisions
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In the US, Android share increased 7.3% points to 65.5%, and in China, it rose nearly 6% points to over 77%.
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The penetration of e-commerce in county level cities saw the fastest gains, growing 48.9%.
The overall grocery market increased by 3.8% compared to last year as shoppers bought more fresh ingredients.
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All the major supermarkets posted a decline in their rate of growth as supermarket sales increased by only 0.1%.
This trend is evident both in regularly bought categories such as toothpaste to niche categories such as mouthwash.
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Spanish households have approached the start of the year cautiously, reducing their FMCG spending by -0.8%
Supermarket sales have grown by 4.6% when compared with the same period last year – up from growth of 3.6% last month.
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Supermarket sales have grown by 1.1%, the fastest growth rate the British sector has seen all year.
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The latest figures show that the continuous deceleration of the last few years has continued into the beginning of 2016
Retail in 2016 has begun with similar trends to 2015, with the specialist channel dropping a share point in January
This is the third successive period where growth has been above 3% for the Irish grocery market.
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Apple’s iOS continued to grow share in urban China, though the rate of that growth was the slowest since late 2014.
Three-quarters of Samsung users stuck with the same phones in the past year, creating a huge opening for upgrades.
The growth of the British Grocery market is still being held back by the ongoing price war and falling grocery prices.
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Spending in FMCG in 2015 grew by 3.5% year on year, as the Chinese economy grows at its slowest pace in 25 years.
Strong growth has continued for the Irish grocery market following its impressive Christmas performance.
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Android’s steady growth continued in the U.S. and EU Big 5, where Android reached 59 and 71 percent respectively.
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Spanish households increased their expenditure in FMCG products by 2.7% between September and November 2015.
Shoppers relaxed their purse strings over Christmas, resulting in an overall market growth of 3.5%.
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The growth of the Chinese FMCG market continues to grow slowly with 2.6% compared to the same period last year.
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Latest grocery share figures for the 12 weeks ending 6 December 2015, show total grocery market sales up by only 0.1%
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Modern trade continues to gain ground over specialists and traditional trade.
P&G maintained its lead, while Yili and Mengniu advanced to the top spots.
The growth of total Chinese FMCG market continued to slow as this quarter grew by 4.3%
SuperValu has grown its market share to become Ireland’s largest grocery retailer for the second time this year.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks ending 8 November 2015
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In the U.S., both the iOS market share decline and Android share gain decelerated.
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Lidl increased sales by 8.1% in the past 12 weeks. This was closely followed by Dunnes, who grew sales by 6.7%.
Modern trade keeps growing ahead of the market at 5.3%, boosted by greater development in lower cities.
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Sales have increased by 0.8% compared with a year ago, with stronger growth being enjoyed by the smaller retailers.
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The popularity of Apple iOS continued to grow in Europe's five largest countries, reaching a 20.3% share.
Supermarket sales have slowed to a revenue growth of 0.2% compared to last year.
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Official statistics also showed China’s economy grew in the first quarter at its weakest pace since early 2009.
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Aldi has become Britain’s sixth largest supermarket.
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China is seeing its lowest inflation levels for over a decade with the latest official release reporting a rate of 1.4%.
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The austerity-busting pattern of growth that supermarkets enjoyed since the financial crisis came to an abrupt halt.
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The retailer was boosted by another rise in online shopping which now accounts for a record 39% of all transactions.
Competition for market share remains fierce, with less than 2 percentage points separating the big three retailers.
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The UK grocery market has returned to marginal growth of 0.1%, after last period’s historic first ever recorded decline.
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FMCG spend in emerging markets has slowed from 8.8% to 7.5% – equivalent to $8.3 billion of lost growth.
Android is continuing its dominance of the European* OS market with a 73.9% share.
SuperValu is the only major multiple grocer to be in growth other than the discount retailers.
The latest grocery share figures show like-for-like prices have declined by 0.2% in UK.
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Aldi and Lidl are continuing to post impressive performances.
The growth of the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) market continued to slow in China over the last 12 months.
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All key channels remain stagnant while wet market is shrinking over the past quarter in Urban.
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Observation up to March 2014 reports the continuous slowdown since Q3 last year in FMCG consumption in Urban
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Low growth has been caused by intensifying price competition among the supermarkets and a resulting drop on inflation
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Apple is performing strongly in the first quarter of the year, with sales bouncing back in Europe, Japan and Australia
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By the end of 2013,for those iPhone users who also own a tablet device,64% of them are using iPad (iOS) in China.
An European-wide trend has had its exception in France where both private label and discounters lost share in 2013
Android remain the top OS across Europe with 68.9% share
Despite the slowdown of overall retail sales, the online channel still enjoyed rapid growth
Growing middle class and the pursuit of a better life, food safety and product benefit all help to drive premiumization
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Beverages conquer the leading growth with 24% increase in value consumption among Urban households and 43% in Rural
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SuperValu increased its market share to 20.1% from 19.9% despite a slowdown in overall grocery spend
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Aldi, Lidl and Waitrose continued to record strong growth over the Christmas period
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E-commerce growth for mainland China, Taiwan and Korea FMCG market hit double digit for several consecutive years
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland, show price inflation dropping to 2.9%
FMCG in Rural is stepping up firmly at 14% according to the latest FMCG Monitor for Vietnam
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55% of shoppers make shopping list before going to stores and this ratio is much higher among modern trade shoppers.
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The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland, show a slowdown in grocery market growth
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After several months of stagnant growth, FMCG market in Urban has reached its 2-digit growth rate for the first time.
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The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show the big four supermarkets under pressure
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Fewer first-time smartphone buyers for Android as iOS maintains share of this key consumer group in the US
€30 million uplift in consumer spend as a result of the heat wave compared with the same period the previous year.
Windows Phone has posted its highest ever level of 8.2% across the five major European markets
Sainsbury’s has continued to grow ahead of the market over the past 12 weeks, achieving sales growth of 4.9%
Though FMCG consumpstion is anchoring its growth, it is premature to say whether a strong rebound will come anytime soon
Retailers and manufacturers of today increasingly are looking to the online shopping market to engage shoppers
Only carrier to increase share, with a 1.9% increase over last year
Apple’s iOS has surged 5.2 percentage points to 30.5% of the British smartphone market.
The figure is lower than the 8.4% growth for Q1 and also the lowest quarter-on-quarter growth in the last 2 years
Lower income groups are particularly hard hit, with a decline in their average spending for total FMCG.
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HMV has slipped to fifth position as Tesco takes over the reins and Amazon dominates the top spot.
While smartphone sales have remained stable in the 3 months ending May 2013, iOS has grown with a 3.5% increase.
The latest data show that almost half of all smartphones sold in Europe are a Samsung.
Kantar Worldpanel Vietnam reports a modest growth of FMCG market during the latest 12 weeks up to May 19th 2013.
Polarisation continues, with Aldi, Lidl and Waitrose all stealing share from the big four retailers.
The latest grocery share figures and expert opinion for the GB, Ireland, Spain and Portugal markets at the touch of a button.
Kantar Worldpanel Vietnam reported a slow-down in growth of FMCG during the latest 4 weeks up to April 21st 2013.
Windows growth fueled by share gains among 25 to 34 year olds.
Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows Sony and LG making gains as consumers across Southern Europe opt for cheaper handsets.
ComTech reports Urban China Smartphone penetration reached 42%, an increase of 1.2% compared to Q4 2012.
Kantar Worldpanel provides a unique understanding on the current status of beauty habits across China.
The market is becoming increasingly tough for the traditional multiple retailers
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Kantar Worldpanel Vietnam reported a steady growth of FMCG market during the latest quarter up to March 24th 2013.
Brand Footprint ranking highlights potential for global growth.
While Android and iOS remain the top contenders, Windows and Nokia steadily move upwards.
The latest sales data from ComTech shows Android continuing to dominate the number one OS spot in Great Britain.
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland show Aldi and Lidl continue to set the pace.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show an increasingly polarised grocery market.
...yet RT-Mart continued its unstoppable march.
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel shows a strong performance by the supermarkets in the entertainment market.
Kantar Worldpanel Vietnam reports a healthy growth of FMCG market during the latest quarter up to February 24th 2013.
The latest supermarket share figures show Superquinn growing ahead of the market for the first time in five years.
Price drops on Sprint in U.S. result in share increases for both the carrier, Samsung and the Android OS.
LG is coming back to life in Great Britain with its share hitting 4.3% in the three months to February 2013.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show Sainsbury’s is the clear winner among the big four.
Kantar Worldpanel France has become one of the 2013 Top Companies to Work For in France.
We compile market information about the latest movements and provide an integrated view of Asian region.
The latest supermarket share figures reveal the initial impact of January’s horsemeat scandal on consumer shopping habits.
Among the categories Kantar Worldpanel monitor, 7 out of 10 enjoyed average family spending level increase of over 3%.
The company, which has the largest continuous panel in Great Britain, was listed 81st in the ranking of 100 companies.
Vietnamese consumers double their FMCG spending during Tet.
The latest grocery share figures reveal the impact of the first five weeks of the horsemeat scandal.
...as Windows challenges the OS status quo
Price reductions for flagship models contribute to Android’s performance.
...as local retailers continue to outperform international competitors.
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland show Dunnes’ improving fortunes in recent months.
Kantar Worldpanel Indonesia shows us a simple segmentation to help manufacturers identify ways to grow their brands.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel UK show Tesco maintaining its market share.
...but it’s still an open ball game if HMV closes its stores.
...but Android remains dominant worldwide
iPhone is attracting an increasing proportion of Android consumers compared to Q4 of 2011.
Festive grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show the grocery market growing at 3.8% over Christmas.
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland show Dunnes increasing its share.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show the grocery market growing at 3.2%
iOS sales share tops 50% for the first time due to iPhone repeat buyers and first time smartphone buyers.
...while prepay deals help Nokia to see an uplift in Great Britain
The slowdown for both China's economy and FMCG in 2012 doesn't thwart lower tier cities to shine brighter.
The latest China Shopper Report provides insights into how China's retail landscape is quickly evolving.
Strength of the iPhone 5, as well as that of predecessors, boosts share according to Kantar Worldpanel ComTech
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel UK show the grocery market growing at 3.2%.
iOS share growing in 4 out of 5 major EU countries as iPhone 5 sales kick in.
Discover the key consumerism trends and see the big picture on how Vietnamese are changing the way they shop.
This insightful discussion paper looks at the world of online retail across the different sectors of Kantar Worldpanel.
Procter & Gamble reached a staggering 156 million households out of a universe of 162 million households.
The Irish grocery market has grown by 0.1% –the first increase recorded since the Easter boost in April.
The latest grocery share figures show sharply differing fortunes for the big four supermarkets.
The latest figures from Kantar Worldpanel show Sainsbury’s is the only supermarket to increase its share.
Kantar Worldpanel China reports 10% value growth for the FMCG market compared to the same period a year ago.
...as US and GB markets drive Apple growth.
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel Ireland show a growth of almost 30% in Aldi's market share.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show Sainsbury’s has delivered strong growth of 5.6%.
...as low-end Nokia Smartphones drive platform growth.
This chapter explores the dynamics between foreign and domestic consumer goods companies.
The latest supermarket share figures show the average shopping trip in Ireland is now €21.30, the lowest level since 2005.
Kantar Worldpanel ComTech is expanding it’s mobile and tablet operation by launching a new panel in Japan this month.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show the grocery market growing at 3.3%.
Understanding the differences in Chinese shoppers' behaviour.
...while iOS holds firm in US and UK
Kantar's name is being exploited to further a fraudulent "mystery shopper" or "secret shopper" scam in the US and Canada.
The Irish grocery market has fallen by 0.9% over the past year.
The latest grocery share figures show the grocery market has bounced back and is now growing at 3.9%.
Samsung, buoyed by the release of the Samsung S3, is now the top selling brand across Europe with 45% share.
The grocery market has fallen by 1.3% compared with the same period last year, the steepest decline since August 2010.
Amazon has retained its top spot in the entertainment retailer league, growing its market share by 3.2 percentage points
Kantar Worldpanel reports 15% value growth for the FMCG market for the latest quarter up to June 15th 2012.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show the grocery market growth rate falling back to 2.1%.
...by attracting first time smartphone consumers
Analysis of consumer purchase behaviour debunks previous brand impressions when purchasing consumer products.
New grocery market data shows that Irish supermarkets are continuing to capture more of the domestic grocery market.
The speed of price increase in Vietnam is now much faster than income growth rate, risking the consumer purchasing power.
The market is growing at 3.2% with a dramatic jump to 11.3% in the run-up to the Diamond Jubilee.
...with share in Spain at 79% and 69% in Germany
China has overtaken the US as the world’s largest smartphone market
Grocery market sees sharp decreases in growth this period.
New flagship handsets from HTC and Samsung drive intense competition
Yonghui is rapidly expanding its footprint across China while overall grocery market showing signs of slowdown.
Market grows at 5.0%, the highest level since January 2010, mainly fuelled by food price inflation rather than volume.
Smartphones make up a majority of new phone purchases for 50 and overs
UK Grocery Market Share Update - March 2012
The latest Spotlight on China newsletter have been publised covering three hot topics
Android remains the number one OS in Britain, with its share up to 48.5% from 37.8% a year ago.
Kantar Worldpanel launches of a new suite of Media investment evaluation research tools for the China FMCG marketplace.
We celebrate our listing on the prestigious Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For, for a second year running.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - February 2012
Smartphones made up a remarkable 71.4% of mobile phone sales in the 12 weeks ending 22 January 2012.
The top ten FMCG retail groups, in the latest quarter accounted for 39% which has fallen by 1ppt compared to a year ago.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - January 2012
Android retains global smartphone crown, however Apple is now growing at a faster rate.
Apple has increased its share of the British smartphone market from 21.4% a year ago to 30.9%.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - December 2011
UK Grocery Market Share Update - November 2011
Android holds a 49.9% of the GB smartphone market, followed by BlackBerry and Apple.
CR Vanguard Group has been the star performer last quarter in China seeing a 0.5ppt increase in value share.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - October 2011
Dominic Sunnebo discusses Apple’s success in Britain and looks at how other mobile brands can build customer loyalty.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - September 2011
The last research from Kantar Worldpanel Comtech's shows that 3.62 million people in Great Britain now own a tablet.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - August 2011
Android holds over 50% Sales share in developed markets, according to Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - July 2011
New data reveals the mixed fortunes in the smartphone market.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - June 2011
The Walmart Group remains the largest grocer in China over the last 52 weeks taking a share of 7.9%.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - May 2011
UK Grocery Market Share Update - April 2011
UK Grocery Market Share Update - March 2011
Android has increased its share of smartphone sales in Great Britain to 37.4%.
Walmart group remains in front, while Carrefour struggles.
Kantar Worldpanel UK entered in "The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For" awards for the first time.
UK Grocery Market Share Update - February 2011
UK Grocery Market Share Update - January 2011
Kantar Worldpanel, has announced the expansion of its UK panel to 30,000 households.
The five main retailers only-take 13,4% share of the consumer spend spree
The leading study on the analysis of food distribution and brands.
Kantar Worldpanel has launched its first app to provide the latest grocery share figures at the touch of a button.
Easing tension, rationalisation, simplicity and pleasure. All key elements to succeed in the market in 2010
Despite the recession and the economic modernisation law, the Hard Discount sector is losing ground...
TNS Worldpanel announced that it has changed its name and identity to Kantar Worldpanel across its global network