Major brands are still the cream of the crop when it comes to delivering excellent retailer support, reveals The Grocer Branded Suppliers Survey 2007.
As growth slows in the ‘Old West’, global suppliers are venturing into new territories. But they’re facing stiff competition from domestic players.
The battle for customer loyalty reached a turning point in 2010, with supermarkets splashing out unprecedented sums on advertising. Rob Gray analyses The Grocer’s first-ever survey into advertising’s biggest spenders There is a war raging. It’s being fought over the hearts, minds and wallets of shoppers on our TV ...
Fighting fit? Or under the weather? Tara Craig looks at the winners and losers in The Grocer’s 58-page Top Products Survey 2010 in association with Nielsen Rioting students. An uneasy coalition government. Strikes. Cutbacks. The return of infl ation. Rises in VAT, NI, duty. And the woeful winter weather. ...
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