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The UK grocery market share data covering the 12 weeks to 26 January 2019.

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Latest News

  • Veganuary – did it meat our expectations?

    Veganuary – did it meat our expectations?

    21/02/2020
    A rundown on Veganuary by Emily Bunt.

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  • Moderation, not abstention in meat, fish and poultry

    Moderation, not abstention in meat, fish and poultry

    17/02/2020
    An update on the meat, fish and poultry market covering the 12 weeks to 26 January 2020.

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  • A slow start to 2020 for dairy sector

    A slow start to 2020 for dairy sector

    13/02/2020
    An update on the dairy market covering the 12 weeks to 26 January 2020.

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  • Kantar adds YouTube to measure impact of advertising

    Kantar adds YouTube to measure impact of advertising

    12/02/2020
    Kantar has added YouTube viewing data to Consumer Media Measurement (CMM) service.

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  • The UK’s most valuable new FMCG brands of 2019

    The UK’s most valuable new FMCG brands of 2019

    06/02/2020
    Our ranking of 2019’s most successful launches uncovers last year’s top ten new products.

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  • A month of moderation for the grocery sector

    04/02/2020
    An update on the grocery market covering the 12 weeks to 26 January 2020.

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In the Press

  • 05/02/2020 - Reuters

    UK supermarkets suffer as shoppers shun booze and meat


    Britain’s supermarkets suffered a slow start to 2020 as shoppers embraced the “Dry January” and “Veganuary” campaigns

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  • 05/02/2020 - The Guardian

    Dry January boosts low-alcohol sales for UK supermarkets


    Supermarket sales of no- and low-alcohol beer jumped nearly 40% in January as Britons challenged themselves to a month off booze.

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  • 05/02/2020 - Independent

    Veganuary surge fails to lift supermarkets' January sales


    The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel revealed muted sales growth of 0.3 per cent across the UK supermarket sector in the 12 weeks to 26 January.

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  • 31/01/2020 - The Week

    Is Britain's love affair with tea over?


    Black tea remains Britain’s favourite hot drink but the number of cups of tea brewed fell by 630m to 18.3bn in the year to February 2019.

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  • 27/01/2020 - I news

    Burns Night 2020: Vegetarian haggis sales soar as Veganuary takes hold in Scotland


    Sales of meat-free haggis have leapt by 61 per cent since 2015, and the market is now thought to be worth more than £1.5 million, according to figures released ahead of the 2020 celebration by analysis firm Kantar.

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  • 02/01/2020 - Retail Week

    Opinion: Look to Asia for how to build online sales


    Our expert Nadya Ardianti gives her view of what the FMCG industry can learn from Asia when it comes to e-Commerce.

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