We have picked out three of the latest big picture trends from our ShopperVista monitor of British grocery shopper sentiment. If you work in the industry, they will help you understand what shoppers are currently doing and why.
Almost every household is able to buy their groceries online from the comfort of their own home. This factsheet includes information on how, why and who shops for groceries online.
Information and statistics on UK grocery retailing, including the UK grocery market size and value, store numbers and future sector prospects.
Sugars, salt & fat
In the UK, it is recommended we consume no more than 6g of salt per day. This factsheet shows why we need salt in our diet, why salt is in our foods and the efforts being made to reduce salt in our foods.
Additives are ingredients added in tiny amounts during the processing of some food and drink. This factsheet includes information on E numbers, natural and artificial additives, sweeteners and the Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) of additives.
Sugars, salt & fat
Fats are made up of different fatty acids, some of which are essential for health. This factsheet includes definitions of Saturated Fat, Unsaturated Fat and Trans Fats, and how much fat we should have in our diet.
Channels & in-store
In-store promotions factsheet, covering how promotions are changing shopper behaviour, and what shoppers dislike about in-store promotions.
Nutrition, food and farming
Confused about food and nutrition terminology? Our new Nutrition Glossary contains clear definitions for a range of food and nutrition terms.
Fruit, vegetables & wholegrain
With a new Public Health Responsibility Deal pledge to increase consumption of fruit and vegetables, read our factsheet to find out more about the current advice and what the government and our industry are doing to help.
What are manufactured foods? This factsheet explains what manufactured foods are, their advantages, labelling and why additives are used in food.