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Will barbecues be smoking hot again this year?
Before the pandemic, bottled water was struggling with a downturn in sales
With fewer people on the go or visiting gyms, how are snack bar manufacturers and retailers adapting their businesses?
In 2020 Dairy Drinks sales dipped across both brands and own label
Juice & smoothies sales have taken a tumble following lockdown and the collapse of the on-the-go market
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For the past year, Britain has been seeking solace at the bottom of an ice cream tub or at the end of a lolly stick
How is the frozen food sector adapting to grocery’s increasingly frosty outlook?
The upcoming issue will seek to highlight the postive work the industry has done in a year like no other
Meal kits, pastes and other scratch cooking cheats are outperforming traditional jar sauces. Why?
Hygiene products saw sales explode when Covid-19 hit. But how much are sales of such products now worth to grocers?
Despite the greater number of non-smokers in Britain, sales of tobacco & smoking accessories rose significantly in 2020
Covid-19 has driven tectonic changes in the vaping and c-cigs market, with specialist vape stores forced to close during lockdown
As sales of household cleaning and paper products go through the roof, which brands and retailers have cashed in the most?
After Easter 2020 went off like a damp squib, what are confectioners doing to make sure this coming Easter goes off with a bang?
Anyone in the breakfast cereals business must be rubbing their hands with excitement over what 2021 might bring
While chilled and frozen ready meals fall behind, ambient meals and soups are delivering significant growth. Is this the ‘new normal’ for the category?
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