Contents tagged with CRIreport

18 March 2024

As the fourth instalment of our Reinventing Retail series, AHDB has undertaken research with the aim to understand how red meat packaging and labelling can be optimised.

5 January 2024

Are shoppers confused when meat and meat-free products are displayed in the same aisle?

22 February 2024

Communication on menu provides an opportunity to ensure red meat maintains its appeal and the long-term reputation of the industry is protected.

2 January 2024

Online shopping is growing and red meat sales increased 57% on year. However, there are barriers to shopping for red meat online and it doesn't achieve its fair share of the market.

2 March 2022

As we start 2022 with fewer restrictions than before, how quickly will the foodservice market recover, and what opportunities are there to aid this?

29 August 2023

Physical stores still account for 87% of meat and poultry sales. However, previous research from AHDB has highlighted a challenge - only a small proportion of shoppers enjoying shopping in the meat aisle.

21 February 2024

Health is a long-standing concern for consumers, and therefore is a topic AHDB monitors regularly.

7 July 2021

With the COVID-19 pandemic, have Added Value ranges maintained their relevance? and what are the opportunities going forward?

7 September 2021

The UK’s 27 million households have a collective 82 billion consumption moments each year, providing a huge opportunity for our industry to influence what people choose to eat

7 December 2021

Following on from 2019’s research into Trust and Transparency in the British food system, we look at how consumer attitudes have evolved over 2020 in the wake of coronavirus. We explore how important the environment is to consumers in the UK, and look at farming’s relative position on environmental issues.

4 December 2020

Consumers who are not actively trying to reduce their meat consumption but are unconsciously buying less meat when shopping are the biggest threat for the meat industry. We take a look at who they are and how we can re-engage them.

15 July 2021

Growing by 20% in value over the past five years, the Added Value category is now worth almost £900m. It has therefore been an important contributor to growth for the meat industry, as can command a premium with shoppers. Understand how innovation can help address health and quality concerns, as well as how clear signalling of its areas of strength – taste and convenience – can help in-store conversion.