New research from IGD ShopperVista has revealed that shoppers aged under-35 are more likely than their older counterparts to shop ethically, cook from scratch and believe they will be better off in the year ahead.
A new survey by ICM Research has looked at how shoppers plan to do their festive gift and grocery shopping this year.
Tesco has revealed that consumers are set to spend an estimated record £140m on baking products this Christmas, as the UK undergoes the biggest home baking revival since the 1970s.
A new study has found that the ban on multi-buy promotions for alcohol, implemented in Scotland in October 2011 as part of the Alcohol Act 2010, failed to reduce the amount of alcohol purchased.
According to a number of Scottish industry trade bodies, tackling the estimated billions of pounds lost and personal safety dangers of illicit trade in counterfeit goods should be a New Year’s resolution for Scotland.
A new study by global research consultancy TNS has found that the UK food and drinks industry is wasting an estimated £600m per year on research and development (R&D).
Latest figures from Nielsen have shown that sales growths at the UK’s major supermarkets fell for the third successive 12-week period.
Morrisons has announced that its online delivery service will begin delivering groceries on 10th January 2014.
Discount retailer Poundland has announced that from today, Health Lottery tickets will be available in 280 Poundland stores, with all of its stores in England, Scotland and Wales to sell Health Lottery tickets by March 2014.
atest IGD ShopperVista research has shown that more than seven in ten (72%) convenience store shoppers would use coupons sent to their mobile phones when doing their food and grocery shopping.