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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?
Today’s consumers have a whole host of wacky sauce innovations to choose from. How is this NPD impacting the market?
As consumers get ever more frustrated by running out of juice, brands are fighting it out to deliver their longest-lasting products yet
The number of roasts eaten alone is rising, both during the week and at the weekend
Not long ago, rice was doing self-promotion better than your average reality TV star. This year, things have taken a very different turn
Welcome to the brunch movement. Not long ago, brunch was associated with the kind of glamorous New Yorkers seen in Sex and The City.
Forget cheap candy and home-made costumes. Halloween is becoming an increasingly sophisticated event
Brits are tucking into chicken like never before. But could the chicken dinner soon become an unaffordable luxury?
Britain’s home bakers may need to sharpen up their boasting skills this year. For a slew of premium home baking products are making their way onto supermarket shelves
From nut milks that pack a flavour punch to gluten-free sourdough bread, the new generation of free-from products are as much about what they do contain as what they don’t