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Ordering a G&T isn’t as simple as it used to be. Bars have an array of gins to cater for every imaginable preference. And the adult soft drink market is determined to make the tonic just as important in the equation.
On the face of it, there is little to complain about in food to go. Sales are up a whopping £721.3m this year, with the vast majority of sectors in growth.
Fish is flying. An additional 250,000 shoppers bought into the market in the past year, leading to a near £50m sales gain.
Brits are gorging on cheese. An extra £65m worth of the stuff went through the tills this year, fuelling 167 million more consumption occasions.
Brits are becoming quite the seasoned travellers. And seasonings are proving the passport to new destinations.
Vegans are an ethical bunch. As a group staunchly gunning for animal welfare, you’d imagine they’re not falling over themselves to hand over their cash to a company that sells largely animal-based products.
Looking good has never been more important to Brits. So much so that plastic surgery rates are on the rise – and ‘tweakments’ are becoming commonplace.
Say hello to penny-saving penne and spendthrift spaghetti. Because pasta has emerged as the inflation-busting food of the year.
Meet the plant-based pet. Yes, our furry friends are the latest to embrace the vegan craze.
Demand for protein is taking a turn for the more natural, and grocery is moving quickly to provide.
Alcohol in a tin is one of the bastions of British culture. So much so that Diane Abbott received a boost to her popularity after drinking a tinned mojito on a train
Brits are going cake bar crazy. The grab-and-go format has enjoyed double-digit sales growth over the past year, leaving other formats trailing behind.
Brits bought an extra 11.9 million kg of fresh meat this year, helped along by average price decreases
Dark chocolate is on the rise and Brits are turning to sugary confectionery to sweeten the pain of Brexit
Traditional, scientific-looking sports nutrition brands are losing out to more modern offerings. So can they get back their mojo?
Tablets are old news. Or at least they are in the world of winter remedies
Are consumers ditching the pod for ground and instant coffee? And does cold brew have a hot future ahead?