With the number of cases of theft growing in the UK, how can grocery retailers protect their businesses and create a safe shopping environment for both their staff and consumers? Find out more.
As the COP28 climate summit draws to a close, the focus remains on the progress companies are making in decarbonising their business models. Find out more as E.ON explores how food and drink manufacturers can successfully maximise efficiency while keeping decarbonisation on track.
With the grocery store of the future at the cusp of transformation, find out how technology will redefine the in-store experience and how retailers can navigate the changes shaping their future.
Research suggests online grocery sales will double by 2030. Download this whitepaper to find out how two leading retailers are successfully scaling existing processes and operations to meet this demand.
Find out, how Lidl GB, in collaboration with a Scottish egg producer, developed a valuable new product while delivering a significantly reduced carbon footprint. Download the whitepaper now.
Retailers’ ambitions to achieve omnichannel innovation and meet shoppers’ expectations are often ruined by their struggle to really execute on key insights. Download Aptos’ latest whitepaper for an insight into successfully tackling these challenges.
With little sign of an end to the economic challenges facing UK fmcg brands, it’s now time for them to reprioritise longer-term revenue growth management. Here’s why.
The goal of sustainable and regenerative agriculture is to meet today’s food demands without compromising the ability of future generations to also cover their needs. Discover the three key priorities that will take food businesses one step closer to a truly sustainable future.
How can industry meet evolving consumer expectations around the seafood category? This whitepaper reveals how consumer confidence in seafood can be built up effectively to meet demand and boost consumption.
With the ongoing consumer focus on personal and planetary health, greater technology and advancements to it are set to drive the future of food. Read this report to find out how to take advantage of potential opportunities in the plant-based sector.
As the cost of living continues to dominate people’s lives, what really matters to consumers right now? Here’s an opportunity to fully understand their priorities.
Forecast to grow into a nearly £100bn global market by the end of 2023, retail media is the hottest opportunity in advertising right now. So, how can UK grocery make the most of its potential?
Find out how a comprehensive energy strategy can help F&B businesses reduce carbon emissions, maintain resilience, predict future energy costs and enhance ESG performance.
Improving profitability for fmcg manufacturers is an urgent challenge, but how can this be achieved?
With consumers habits constantly changing, learn how consumer goods companies globally are transforming their strategies as trends take shape.
All grocery retailers seek profitability, but modern solutions for increasing efficiency and widening profit margins seem complicated and costly. Or are they?
How can ginger cultivated in one country taste so different from that which has been grown elsewhere? The answer is not only whether it is dried or fresh, but is also down to extraction expertise.
Discover how sampling can supercharge your content, build awareness, and drive impact for your brand.
Understanding what consumers want in the midst of a cost-of-living crisis is a major challenge for consumer goods companies. So how can brands and retailers best tackle this?
In its latest report, Vypr uncovers how the current economic climate is affecting consumer behaviour this Christmas, and what opportunities it presents for next year.
Click & collect lockers offer huge advantages for grocery retailers, enabling them to reduce costs and capture online demand. Find out why in StrongPoint’s report.
Featuring insights from fmcg tech trailblazers, discover how digitalising end-to-end production can put you on a path to becoming more competitive, productive and sustainable in 2023, all while reducing costs.
One in 4 consumers have recently changed brands based on their perception of a brand’s ESG performance. Are you winning or losing customers? Download the benchmark report to find out how your brand compares.
With the food industry battling twin challenges - to produce more food, while improving environment impact - how do you practically measure the sustainability of your supply chain? Find out more below.
Out of the frying pan and into the fire? Two years of Covid restrictions have given way to a cost of living crisis, supply chain issues, and a pervasive, lingering sense of post-pandemic instability. What does it all mean for UK shoppers? Find out more below.
The number of food and drink brands on TikTok has skyrocketed. The app has now become Gen Z’s go-to search engine and it’s transforming the digital customer journey. So, which food and drink brands are killing it on TikTok right now? Find out more below.
A unique view of the government’s impending HFSS restrictions, through the eyes of UK consumers.
With UK consumers grappling with a cost of living crisis, how can FMCG brands devise a winning promotional strategy that will create brand awareness, maximise sales and, above all, retain shopper loyalty?
Learn how the Eggplant point-of-sale systems continue to evolve customer convenience
How applying technical expertise to the highest-quality citrus oils can achieve authentic, clean-label citrus-flavoured beverages.
Despite an increase in volumes during the pandemic, one of the biggest challenges in e-commerce grocery is profitability. Discover the innovative solutions offered by Scandinavian grocers.
Learn how young consumers are the key to unlocking success in a post-HFSS world.
Learn how consumers want brands to act more sustainably. Three-quarters of consumers expect brands to do more about sustainability.
Having kept us fed and safe so brilliantly during the pandemic, our supermarkets and their teams are again battling a fresh wave of challenges from the current supply chain and cost of living crises. So how can the Power of Local help?
In the UK, Edge by Ascential expects Amazon to overtake Boots parent firm Walgreens Boots Alliance to become the top health and beauty retailer by gross merchandise value (GMV) sales by 2026.
Third-party delivery partners were a must for grocers during the pandemic. Such relationships allowed retailers to stay afloat, offer an in-demand service to customers, and hold onto valued clients in volatile times.
2021 saw up to 80% of customers in the UK ordering their groceries online and the UK grocery industry is changing like never before.
Product discovery has changed forever, and this is most evident in the CPG industry, where there’s increased fragmentation and reduced loyalty.
In an era of world change, businesses need to understand how to form a circular economy and be regenerative. But how? Read SAP’s step by step guide to achieving this goal.
With the world seemingly at a crossroads, the megatrends that were once 25 years away have been brought to the fore in a matter of months. The rate at which businesses must now adopt technology is only increasing. This scene presents itself amid continued reports of supply chain challenges, labour shortages and heightened costs. Download the report below to gain insights into understanding the need for technology transformation.
From Brexit to burnout, to ageing workers and the rise of digital commerce, grocery faces a perfect storm of pressures when it comes to recruitment, retention and building in relevant skills across its workforce.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the shopping experience profoundly, forcing grocery retailers to place a new focus on hygiene, adapt their stores, and invest heavily online. The response has been radical and effective, with rewards to match.
In the face of media fragmentation, Covid and HFSS restrictions, fmcg brands have rarely had to work harder to get shoppers’ attention. A new Grocer Vision report explores how brands can stay visible, cut through the noise and get their message across.
The current driver shortage in the UK could trigger a trend to push up the costs of all forms of deliveries, including for e-groceries.
Promotions can be a double-edged sword. Done well, they can be among your most powerful revenue drivers. But poorly executed and they seriously impact the customer experience -jeopardising sales and revenue targets.
In 2021 the Triyit community answered millions of questions every month - giving honest, detailed feedback about their product sampling experiences, whilst sharing unique insights into their shopping habits, lifestyle and personal influences.
The formula for growing eCommerce sales is simple: get more eyeballs on your product pages, then get more of those eyeballs to convert.
The squeeze on both consumers and the food and beverage supply chain is very real, so how can businesses identify areas to make savings, beyond the more obvious?
TikTok is the biggest means and opportunity for brands to engage Gen Z right now.
While 79% of people in the UK are now concerned about the negative impact humans are having on the planet and its biodiversity, many are focused on plastic pollution and fossil fuels, with very few shoppers realising that one of the major causes is the industrial food model.
Grocery has changed dramatically over the past 18 months, but even beyond this, pre-existing conditions, such as digitalisation and e-commerce, have challenged brands.
Reaching net zero by 2040 is an ambitious target for UK retail. It will require a root and branch review of operations and a deep understanding of the impact these changes will have.
While the creation of an online storefront and the subsequent processing and shipping of orders has become common for retailers, the distribution and fulfillment logistics of running an efficient online grocery-delivery business is very different, and far more complex than other market sectors.
Nothing beats the feeling of getting something for free! This feeling is something that brands can benefit from and the reason that sampling is an integral strategy for today’s brand marketeers.
Optimising your products for search is essential for winning shoppers online and boosting sales. However, it’s easy for brands to waste time and money over-engineering their content for search optimisation.
The Schrems II decision will have a great impact on international commerce among companies doing business with the European Union (EU). The consequence of not paying attention to Schrems II could literally mean a partial or complete shut-down of data transfers between EU and non-EU countries, which could impact the bottom line of any company.
The pandemic has super-charged consumer interest in where food comes from and how it is produced. A new Grocer Vision report explores how manufacturers can respond to increased demand for traceability and transparency.
The Covid-19 pandemic has created both challenges and opportunities in the fast-moving consumer goods/consumer packaged goods sector, drastically impacting consumer shopping behaviour and consumption habits globally.
With a rapidly growing, fully representative community of over 1,000,000 UK consumers, every year Triyit delivers millions of targeted, in-home sampling experiences.
Plastic has re-emerged during the pandemic as a useful material for keeping people safe. Yet with the public still caring deeply about the scandal of plastic waste, how are businesses responding?
Making your brand more authentic is a sure fire way to engage with consumers in 2021. After a year of Covid chaos, people are looking for authenticity in the brands they engage with: shopping more locally, choosing brands that show they stand for something and supporting those that show consistency and clarity in their messaging and visuals.
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