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NPD Will Be Major Source Of Growth For Confident Food Industry
Monday May 22 2017 03:26
Global Organic Baby Food Market to Reach $11,592 Million, Globally, by 2023
Monday May 15 2017 04:56
UK Consumers Giving Meat The Chop
Thursday May 11 2017 03:55
Healthy Eating, Sustainability And Convenience Are Impacting The Global Packaging Market
Thursday May 11 2017 03:16
Britain’s Sweet Tooth Helps Grocery Sales Rise At Fastest Rate Since 2013
Wednesday May 03 2017 06:40
Pies Please Dads For Father's Day Poll Reveals
Tuesday May 02 2017 03:34
Global Dinner RTE Foods Market 2017-2021 - Market Landscape, Growth Prospects and Key Vendors
Friday April 21 2017 03:43
New Eye Tracking Research Highlights Brand Impact Of Foils And Laminates On Customers
Thursday April 20 2017 04:07
Shoppers Turn To Healthy Eating As Free-From Soars In Grocery Market
Tuesday April 04 2017 06:55
Clean Eating Pushed Avocados Centrestage For Consumers In 2016
Wednesday March 22 2017 04:29
Gluten-Free Report Technavio Reiterates Enormous ‘Worried Well’ Opportunity
Thursday March 09 2017 03:34
UK Grocery Market Grows As Price Rises Continue
Wednesday March 08 2017 10:06
Kefir Formats Flourish In Fermented Dairy Drinks
Wednesday March 08 2017 05:00
IEA Report Shows That People Prepared To Pay For Convenience Of Food
Thursday March 02 2017 18:04
Ready-to-Eat Food Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026
Thursday February 23 2017 05:39
Great British Chefs Unveils Uk’s Most Comprehensive Foodie Survey
Friday February 17 2017 11:08
Microwavable Foods - Quantitative Techniques & Analytics, 2016 Global Strategic Business Report
Monday February 13 2017 04:03
Aldi Becomes UK’s Fifth Largest Grocer
Friday February 10 2017 04:41
Checkouts Ring Up A Record Christmas As Grocery Market Waves Goodbye To Deflation
Tuesday January 10 2017 09:12
Health, Convenience and Choice Drive Fruit Snacks NPD
Monday January 09 2017 04:44
Christmas Comes Early For Premium Own Label Lines
Tuesday December 13 2016 06:51
Rise in Consumer Health and Sustainability Concerns Drives Food and Beverage Trends
Monday December 12 2016 04:39
Microwavable Foods - Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
Monday November 28 2016 04:32
Food Comes First When Celebrating Birthdays
Tuesday November 15 2016 02:50
Upsurge in Demand for Ready-To-Use Drinkable Therapeutic Food in the Market
Tuesday November 15 2016 02:46
Are You A Blower, A Mugger Or A Spooner?
Tuesday October 25 2016 06:25
Microwavable Foods - Quantitative Techniques & Analytics, 2016 Global Strategic Business Report
Friday October 21 2016 01:35
Tesco Wins Market Share For First Time In Five Years
Tuesday October 18 2016 05:09
Millennials Lead the Online Grocery Shopping Revolution in Europe
Tuesday September 27 2016 02:51
Brits Toast Sporting Success As Grocery Sales Grow
Wednesday September 21 2016 02:29
Global Frozen Ready Meals market 2016-2020
Monday September 19 2016 02:29
Food Industry “Social Media At Work” Survey 2016 Launches
Thursday September 15 2016 02:30
Grocery Market Heats Up While Promotions Cool
Wednesday August 24 2016 03:21
Many Millennials Shun Practice of Eating Three Regular Meals a Day
Friday August 19 2016 04:16
Grocery Market Fails To Feel Impact Of Brexit On Prices Or Volume Sales
Tuesday July 26 2016 06:56
DSM Concludes Only One Fifth Of Global Population Gets Sufficient Vitamin E
Monday July 18 2016 07:46
Big Four Supermarkets Retain Shoppers Despite Strong Growth From Competitors
Thursday June 02 2016 05:33
10 Reasons Why We Love Sarnies
Wednesday May 11 2016 03:44
DSM Unveils New Data On Consumers’ Top Health Concerns
Tuesday May 10 2016 12:13
Super Growth for 'Super' Foods: New Product Development Shoots Up 202% Globally Over the Past Five Years
Friday May 06 2016 03:09
Consumers Reap The Rewards Of Cheaper Goods
Wednesday May 04 2016 05:40
Forecast Growth For Global Ready Meals
Wednesday April 20 2016 04:48
Wheyhey Calls for Supermarkets to Take Action Against Sugary Snacks
Tuesday April 12 2016 05:34
Reasons To Be Cheerful As Early Easter Boosts Supermarket Sales
Tuesday April 05 2016 09:11
Annual Food Industry Social Media Report – Food Businesses Still At Risk
Wednesday March 16 2016 08:11
Seaweed-Flavoured Food and Drink Launches Increased by 147%
Friday March 11 2016 03:50
Over A Third Of Brits Don’t Know How Many Calories They Consume On A Typical Day
Thursday March 10 2016 05:09
Supermarkets Witness Fastest Growth In Five Months
Tuesday March 08 2016 18:07
Sales Of Crisps Lose Their Crunch
Wednesday February 24 2016 07:03
Brits Losing Connections With Food They Eat Says FSA Report
Friday February 19 2016 07:46
Future Food Trends And Invisible Commerce
Thursday February 18 2016 06:22
Organic Meat Is Better For You And Pasture-Fed Even Better Still
Wednesday February 17 2016 03:26
Gluten-Free Pizza Launches Soar 58% Globally Between 2012 And 2015
Wednesday February 10 2016 06:00
New Year Health Drives Mean Growth For Grocery Market
Tuesday February 09 2016 07:24
The Future Of Food In Focus At 2016 City Food Lecture
Wednesday January 27 2016 04:22
hungryhouse.co.uk reveals what Brits will be eating in 2016
Monday January 25 2016 07:23
Top 10 Global Trens For Consumer 2016 White Paper
Thursday January 21 2016 05:55
Influential Food eVangelists May Be Emerging as the New Core Food Consumer
Thursday January 14 2016 06:50
Deflation Spoils The Christmas Party For Grocery Market
Wednesday January 13 2016 08:21
One In Six People Eating More Fish Than A Year Ago
Friday January 08 2016 08:08
Back to Basics Approach Creates New Paleo Diet Opportunity
Wednesday December 16 2015 04:15
Sainsbury’s Stands Out In Grocery Market Run Up To Christmas
Tuesday December 15 2015 07:23
Is Revitalised Demand for Hot Cereals & Extensive Premiumisation Enough to Ward Off Potential Cereal Killers?
Friday December 04 2015 03:55
Top Ten Trends for 2016: Back To Basics
Wednesday November 18 2015 04:17
Discounters Grow To Grab 10% Share Of British Grocery Market
Tuesday November 17 2015 06:34
US Leads Surge In GMO-Free Labeling
Wednesday October 21 2015 07:52
Consumers Reap The Benefits Of Ongoing Grocery Price War
Tuesday October 20 2015 07:27
Research Reveals Nearly 20% Of Food And Drink Businesses Lack Product Recall Plans
Tuesday October 13 2015 11:18
How the Nation's Favourite Dishes Are 'Stacking Up'
Tuesday October 13 2015 10:35
Survey Shows A Third Of Vegetarians Turn To Meat When Drunk
Tuesday October 06 2015 06:59
IRI and Kantar Worldpanel Launch Joint Solution To Offer The Most Accurate Discounter Data
Friday October 02 2015 08:02
Aldi Grab A Further 16% Growth As The Big Four Supermarkets Stand Still
Tuesday September 22 2015 09:21
Science Group Buys Leatherhead Food Research Assets From Administration
Wednesday September 16 2015 09:37
Yogurts and Dairy Beverages Lead Protein NPD Boom
Tuesday September 15 2015 05:00
Birmingham Revealed Canned Food Capital of the UK
Friday September 11 2015 07:37
Slow Retailer Growth Continues As Prices Continue To Fall
Wednesday August 26 2015 08:00
More Than 90% Of Americans Don't Eat Enough Vitamin E
Friday August 21 2015 05:28
Protein Positioning Helps Meat Snacks Maintain Momentum
Tuesday August 11 2015 09:16
Regular Consumption Of Spicy Foods Linked To Lower Risk Of Death
Friday August 07 2015 08:01
Co-Operative Back In Growth Ahead Of Overall Grocery Market
Tuesday July 28 2015 06:59
Red Tape Adds £6.4 Billion Onto The Cost Of Distribution In The UK
Tuesday July 21 2015 04:24
It’s Back To The Future As Consumers Shun The Big Shop
Friday July 17 2015 04:03
Britons Put On Weight After Skipping Meals Survey Reveals
Thursday July 16 2015 04:32
Gluten Free Leads “Free From” Surge Into Mainstream
Tuesday July 14 2015 05:15
Nearly Half Of Consumers Doubt Ready Meal Meat And Fish Authenticity
Friday July 10 2015 09:47
Supermarkets Continue To Fall Apart From Morrisons And Discounters
Tuesday June 30 2015 09:48
Foodtrending.com Launched For Market Intelligence At Your Fingertips
Thursday June 25 2015 08:15
Paper Is Better Than Plastic According To New Environmental Study
Wednesday June 17 2015 05:15
New Study Reveals Low-income Households Need To Spend A Third Of Weekly Income To Eat Healthily
Thursday June 11 2015 08:34
Research Reveals Summer BBQs Responsible for Briton’s Weight Gain
Wednesday June 10 2015 04:18
Morrisons Returns To Growth And Lidl Reaches New Share High
Tuesday June 02 2015 10:22
Eating Insects: Cultural And Individual Experiences Affect Perception And Acceptance
Wednesday May 20 2015 04:28
Sugar And Carbs Behind Surge In Obesity Say Experts
Wednesday April 29 2015 09:16
Aldi Steps Up To 6th Biggest Supermarket
Tuesday April 14 2015 06:52
How Health-Related Claims And Symbols Impact Consumer Behaviour
Wednesday March 25 2015 09:33
Brits Skip Traditional Breakfast And Scoff Leftover Takeaway: Research Reveals Brits' Bad Breakfast Habits
Wednesday March 25 2015 05:08
Price War Drives Grocery Deflation To Record Low
Tuesday March 10 2015 09:03
Grocery market Grows At Fastest Rate Since Last Summer
Wednesday February 11 2015 10:08
Contrast Is King To Hit The Sweet Spot For Generation Z Food Tastes
Monday February 02 2015 07:51
Growth in UK Chilled Foods Market Driven by Demand for Health, Quality and Convenience
Wednesday January 14 2015 11:08
Flurry Of Christmas Sales Brings Good Cheer To Supermarkets
Tuesday January 13 2015 09:47
Major Brands in UK Market for Fast-Food and Home-Delivery Outlets Consolidate Their Dominance
Wednesday January 07 2015 10:49
FSA Food And You Survey Findings
Monday January 05 2015 05:00
Shelf Life Savviness’ Will Aid Chilled Ready-To-Eat Foods Waste Reduction
Tuesday December 09 2014 09:46
Low Consumer Trust Influencing Buyer Behaviour in Recovering UK Ready Meals Market
Monday November 24 2014 09:31
Grocery Market Contracts In Historic Dip Into Decline
Tuesday November 18 2014 05:53
FMCG In Emerging Markets Comes Off The Boil To Slump $8bn
Thursday October 30 2014 06:38
Asda A Big Four Winner As Grocery Market Pushed Into Deflation
Tuesday October 21 2014 07:05
Food Addiction? Professor Mercer Gives Some Of The Answers
Thursday October 16 2014 05:12
Most US Mums Say Food & Happiness Go Together
Wednesday October 15 2014 11:08
Careless Eating Costs Lives Findings Show Immediate Action Needed As Obesity Bigger Than Thought
Tuesday October 14 2014 06:29
15 Minute Dash Dinners The Norm For Multi-tasking Brits
Friday October 10 2014 09:24
Who Ate All The Meat?
Wednesday October 08 2014 08:29
A World Of Ready Meals Research Ideal For Easy Digestion
Tuesday September 30 2014 10:50
National Diet and Nutrition Survey Report for Scotland
Thursday September 25 2014 17:59
Grocery Market Slows To Record Low As Inflation Disappears
Tuesday September 23 2014 11:20
Ready Meals in the US - Competitive Environment, Major Players And Leading Brands, 2014
Thursday September 18 2014 07:12
Food and You Waves 1 and 2: 'Eating Safe And Well' Report Published
Thursday September 18 2014 06:50
Could Scottish Independence Derail UK Businesses?
Thursday September 04 2014 04:22
Consumers Becoming Deaf To Organic Message?
Wednesday September 03 2014 08:06
Research Reveals Consumers Demand For Clearer Food Labelling
Monday September 01 2014 06:01
Three Out Of Big Four Suffer As Supermarket Price Wars Push Grocery Inflation To Rock Bottom
Friday August 29 2014 04:58
New Research Shows Food Not To Blame For Nation's Obesity
Friday August 22 2014 07:15
CASH Survey Finds Ready-To-Eat Healthy Salads Have Unhealthy Levels Of Salt
Thursday July 31 2014 07:09
Grocery Market Falls To Another Record Low
Tuesday July 29 2014 06:51
Grocery Market Growth Bounces Back As Food Inflation Hits 0.8%
Tuesday July 01 2014 06:20
New Opportunities For Prepared Meals Through Understanding Changing Lifestyles
Monday June 16 2014 08:46
Be Careful With That World Cup promotion - Most People Will Not Be Impressed
Monday June 16 2014 08:45
Food Industry At Dawn Of Online Retailing Revolution
Thursday June 12 2014 07:00
Food A Likely Winner As Football Fans Stay At Home For World Cup Matches
Tuesday June 10 2014 07:19
Lidl Accelerates Despite Grocery Markets Slowing To Lowest Levels For 11 Years
Tuesday June 03 2014 05:41
BNF Survey Reveals Worrying Gaps In Children's Food Knowledge
Monday June 02 2014 09:09
Distrustful Shoppers Want More Information On Their Food
Wednesday May 28 2014 04:42
Which? Research Reveals Ready Meals With More Sugar Than A Chocolate Bar
Monday May 19 2014 08:05
Posh Gents Are Biggest Sandwich Scoffers
Friday May 16 2014 08:48
Global Ready Meals market Forecast To Grow By Over 4%
Friday May 16 2014 04:12
Figures For Coeliac Disease In UK Rise Fourfold
Thursday May 15 2014 07:22
Leading Food Manufacturers Awash With Cash
Thursday May 15 2014 04:37
Price Wars Drive Down Grocery Market Growth As Strategies Change
Wednesday May 07 2014 07:11
Calories Confusion Feeding UK Obesity
Tuesday May 06 2014 13:30
Birdseye View Of How Britain Eats
Tuesday May 06 2014 05:50
Mums Distrust Food Industry Survey Reveals
Wednesday April 30 2014 06:34
Healthy Meals Sidelined By Ready Meal Generation
Monday April 28 2014 07:51
Packaging Impact And Optimisation Assessment Tool Launched
Thursday April 24 2014 07:52
Easter And Market Slowdown Hit Big Four Sales
Tuesday April 08 2014 10:43
Kids Meal Portions Could Be Linked to Parent Consumption
Friday April 04 2014 07:16
No Cause For Concern From Takeaway Transfats In Deprived Scotland
Monday March 31 2014 12:34
Ready Meals Forecast Growth In China
Monday March 31 2014 04:03
Shoppers Widen Their supermarket Horizons
Tuesday March 25 2014 09:51
Brits Spend 113 Days Of their Lives Snacking
Thursday March 20 2014 10:14
FSA Study On Eating Out With Food Allergies
Thursday March 20 2014 09:00
Foodie Shops Reclaim The High Street
Tuesday March 18 2014 11:12
Organic Growth For First Time In Four Years
Thursday March 13 2014 08:21
Birds Eye Suggest More Meal Planning As Report Shows Food Waste Underestimated
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Asda Takes Its Biggest Slice Of Grocery Market Yet
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Tesco Market Share Drops To Lowest Since 2005
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Shoppers Begin To Look On The Bright Side
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It’s Back To The Future As Consumers Shun The Big Shop
Shoppers are turning their backs on the big shop and reverting to the buying habits of their grandparents.

A Co-operative Food report ‘Back to the Future’ compares and contrasts food shopping in 2015 with the mid-sixties and shows that less than half (48%) of today’s consumer’s now go shopping just once a week.

The Co-op’s Convenience Retailing highlights:
· Millions are stepping back to the way consumers used to shop for food in the 60s before the advent of huge supermarkets and fridges, freezers and microwaves
· The modern trend of shunning the big shop in favour of buying smaller amounts locally reflects exactly what was happening 50 years ago.
· Almost half of shoppers now no longer do a big weekly shop, while more than a third have adopted a ‘grazing’ shopping mentality

Shopping baskets in 2015 compared to 1965 show a stark difference in diet and tastes, with more convenience food now compared to more basic ingredients which were used to make the foods from scratch. In 1965 the average basket would have contained butter, meat, milk, bread, sugar, flour, eggs as well as lard, suet and yeast. In 2015 consumers are more likely to have confectionary, yogurts and desserts, crisps and snacks, in store bakery products, bananas and energy drinks.

The amount consumers spend in proportion to their income has also fallen sharply. According to the ONS, today the average weekly expenditure is £517.30 with food and non-alcoholic drinks accounting for 11% of this expenditure at an average of £58.80. In 1965, families spent 23% of their income on food.

In the mid-sixties there were still individual butchers and greengrocers, many operated by the Co-op, and so grocery stores concentrated on selling food in packets and tins. Another big difference was there was very little alcohol sold because drink consumed at home was generally purchased at standalone off licences.

After the Second World War, the Co-op was the first to introduce the American idea of serving yourself but it was mid-1965 before the majority of its stores had been converted from the old fashioned counter service.

The report includes a plan of how a Co-op food store would have been laid out in the mid 1960’s, highlighting how many innovations introduced back then are still recognisable to 21st century consumers.

Steve Murrells, Chief Executive, Retail said: “After the war the Co-op pioneered relatively small self-service shops and we are again aiming to be the leading convenience operator in the UK.

“Our report shows what a typical newly-converted store would have looked like and, while today there is far more emphasis on fresh produce, many aspects of the layout are still familiar.

“In half a century much has changed while in many other ways little has altered. Many of the staples found in people’s shopping baskets in the 1960s remain, yet, there are new additions which reflect changing lifestyles and modern shopping habits.”
Item last updated:   Tuesday July 14 2015 05:15
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Britons Put On Weight After Skipping Meals Survey Reveals
A new survey has revealed just how busy Britons’ lives have become, disclosing a telling new statistic that the average Briton skips as many as 260 meals per year.

Breakfast is the most likely meal to get missed, with the majority of Britons confessing that they just don’t ‘have time to eat’ in the mornings.

The survey was conducted by Huel (www.huel.me), a nutritionally complete powdered food product, as part of their research into consumer habits and attitudes towards nutrition in the UK. 2,829 British adults took part in the survey, all of whom were aged 18 years old or older. All participants were all in full-time employment at the time of the survey.

Initially, all respondents were asked to identify how many meals they skipped in an average week, including Saturday and Sunday. They were able to provide the answer ‘0’ if relevant. The team calculated that the average respondent skipped 3 breakfasts, one lunch and one dinner per week.

Extended across the whole year, this would mean that the average Briton skips 260 meals per year; 156 of these being breakfasts, with a further 52 a piece for lunch and dinner.

All relevant respondents who stated they’d missed at least one meal per week were then asked to reveal all the reasons why. The most common answers were given as follows:
1. I don’t have time to eat – 82%
2. I forget to eat meals – 73%
3. I can’t be bothered to cook/prepare food – 68%
4. I am not very good at cooking/preparing food – 56%
5. I prefer to snack rather than eat meals – 41%

When asked if they had suffered any adverse effects from skipping meals, more than two thirds of respondents (68%) confessed they had. The majority of these felt they had ‘gained weight’ due to overcompensating after missing meals (57%), while some also felt ‘short-tempered and/or irritable’ (43%) and ‘generally less healthy’ (35%).

Julian Hearn, Founder of Huel, commented: “Food is a great thing which many of us enjoy – but in our everyday routines, we can’t always set aside time, attention and energy to dedicate to our mealtimes. On a typical weekday, it’s not unusual to just grab a coffee while dashing out the door or work through lunch without even realising. Our busy lifestyles, however, are not good for us. If we skip meals we often end up over-compensate later with sugary foods later as our energy levels sag.”

He continued: “We Britons are clued-up on what we should be doing and eating; we know what a healthy lifestyle looks like but, for many of us, it just doesn’t quite fit as much as we want it to. I found myself in those same shoes of wanting to put my health and body first, just not having the time or facilities to do so when I most needed to. This way of thinking is behind our whole venture, and it’s why I decided to come up with a new solution which would be 100% convenient and available on the go with minimal fuss.”
Item last updated:   Tuesday July 14 2015 05:15
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Gluten Free Leads “Free From” Surge Into Mainstream
Interest in free-from foods is continuing to rise globally, led by the growing availability of gluten-free lines in particular.

Products positioned on a gluten-free platform accounted for 10% of total global food and drinks launches recorded by Innova Market Insights in the 12 months to the end of April 2015, rising to over 18% in the US.

“This is partly due to improved labelling regulations,” reports Lu Ann Williams, Director of Innovation at Innova Market Insights “but also to rising awareness of gluten intolerance in the diet and the development of more mainstream and good-tasting gluten-free products across a whole range of food and drinks sectors.”

Key areas for activity in recent years have been in bakery and cereal products and snack foods, largely because of rising demand for alternatives to the relatively high number of gluten-containing lines in these sectors or because of the availability of alternative gluten-free ingredients.

The cereal products market, encompassing breakfast cereals and cereal bars, is relatively well set up to cater to the gluten-free trend, with numerous non-gluten cereal options already available. As a result of this and the relatively concentrated nature of the market, it is perhaps not surprising that the share of gluten-free launches in the cereals market is much higher than the average of the food and drinks market as a whole at 21%, rising to an amazing 43% in the US.

Interestingly, despite being one of the product categories most strongly associated with wheat and thus gluten, the bakery products sector has a slightly lower than average share of gluten-free launches recorded, at 9%, perhaps partly reflecting the diversity of the sector and the high levels of new product activity overall. The actual number of gluten-free bakery launches has nonetheless risen consistently in recent years. Biscuits account for the largest number of gluten-free bakery launches, with over 40%, equivalent to 8% of total biscuit introductions, while bread has less than 16% of gluten-free bakery launches, but this is equivalent to 9% of total bread introductions.

The snacks market is also seeing a relatively high proportion of launches featuring gluten-free claims, averaging 13% globally, but rising to over 42% in the US. In terms of product and market development, the snacks market benefits particularly from the fact that many basic snacks ingredients, such as potatoes, corn, soy and nuts, are naturally gluten-free, so it is a claim that is relatively easy to achieve in many instances. Ingredients used to replace wheat or other cereals and offer a gluten-free formulation over the past few years have included lentils, black beans, navy beans, cassava, brown rice, nuts, sweet potatoes and a wide variety of other vegetables.

Many other areas of the food and drinks market are also seeing rising levels of interest in gluten-free reformulations, or even in just emphasizing the gluten-free nature of existing lines.

“Gluten intolerance is no longer the only reason for buying gluten-free foods,” notes Williams. “Issues such as overall well-being, digestive health, weight management and nutritional value often deemed to be equally if not more important by consumers. With more labelling of gluten-free foods and the growing availability of a range of high quality products with a good sensory profile, the sector seems set to take further advantage of the huge potential market for this type of product,” she concludes.
Item last updated:   Tuesday July 14 2015 05:15
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