Latest consumer insight articles

21 October 2021

The amount of meat and poultry sold at butchers in the 12 w/e 5 Sept 21 fell 21.1% year-on-year.

21 October 2021

In the UK, 70% of food waste post-farm gate came from households, the equivalent of over £14 billion worth of food, and 20 million tonnes of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions a year (WRAP, August 2021).

20 October 2021

Bangers and flash at Halloween and Bonfire Night set to bring a boost for red meat and dairy, writes AHDB Retail Insight Manager Kim Malley

15 October 2021

Successive lockdowns during 2020/21 brought about a resurgence in people using milkmen to get their milk delivered. According to Kantar, the number of customers rose to a peak of 670,000 in July 2020 from a low point of 503,000 pre-pandemic.

6 October 2021

Rachel Rose takes a look at just what Brits think about imported food products against the backdrop of trade negotiations with Australia and the US

1 October 2021

After the tumult of 2020, retail sales of the meat, fish and poultry (MFP) category are now beginning to settle back to a more ‘normal’ pattern.

1 October 2021

Research suggests that public opinion is divided on whether regulations to introduce calories on menus will be effective at tackling obesity within the UK.

28 September 2021

Discount, freezer and bargain stores are predicted to be worth an additional £6.6bn per year by 2026 and the fastest growing of all grocery channels.

24 September 2021

Since the UK exited the EU, new and potential trade deals have been highlighted in the news. But are UK consumers likely to buy these imported products if they made it inot our supermarkets and restaurants?

16 September 2021

Consumer price inflation is being influenced by comparisons between a nation in lockdown a year ago, versus a return to norm in summer 2021.

2 September 2021

As restrictions have eased and the majority of the population is now vaccinated, how has that impacted dairy purchasing habits?

27 August 2021

Online dairy volumes rose 71% in the past year, but opportunities remain

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