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Some say the ailing economy has merely heightened the already conservative stance of the alcoholic drinks industry. Is this fair?
As growth slows in the ‘Old West’, global suppliers are venturing into new territories. But they’re facing stiff competition from domestic players.
Tesco and Booker have increased their estates this year, while The Co-op and Spar were among those reducing numbers. Beth Phillips reports
2021-10-06T12:09:00ZAdvertising supplement brought to you by The Grocer
A post-lockdown consumer focus on health & wellbeing coupled with upcoming high-fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) legislation mean snack suppliers are upping their game to create products that offer functionality and permissible indulgence, as competition in the market heats up.
2021-09-28T11:45:00ZAdvertising supplement brought to you by The Grocer
As UK consumers gradually move into the post-Covid ‘new normal’, some key trends adopted during the past 20 months will linger, including at-home cocktail-making as people gather with friends and family once more. However, an eye on improved health and wellbeing means they will be seeking out lower-calorie options and will also be hunting for exciting and flavourful innovation.
2021-09-06T14:12:00ZAdvertising supplement brought to you by The Grocer
As consumers bore the brunt of Covid-19 lockdowns, their thwarted desire to travel and explore translated into purchasing a broad palette of world foods and ingredients to create more exotic and restaurant-style meals at home.This download reveals the cuisines consumers favoured during this difficult period and how ...
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