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7 July 2021

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

28 April 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

29 January 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.

3 June 2020

The UK halal food sector is one that is of growing importance to the national economy. Spend in the UK halal food and beverage industry in 2016 reached an estimated £4.64 billion, or 8% of the UK’s total food and drink spend.

27 November 2019

The eating-out market grew over the last year, with breakfast gaining the most visits. While pork has increased occasions slightly, beef, lamb and potatoes have seen declines. We take a look at new trends affecting the market, including the environment, health and provenance.

30 November 2020

Celebrations and seasonal events boost food spend significantly. Explore how Christmas, Easter, Halloween and other events affect sales of meat, dairy and potatoes.

29 January 2021

We explore how engaged consumers are with food production issues, which elements of the food system are most trusted, how demonstrating shared values can boost trust, where consumers get their information from and will look at potential barriers to trust in the future.

16 September 2019

Online is one of the fastest growing channels in grocery. However, red meat under-trades online and has specific barriers that prevent it from being bought more frequently. We look at the shopper journey for customers buying meat online and compare how it differs to shopping in store.

11 March 2020

Is the meaning of 'health' evolving? We explore how health is increasingly subjective, how the supply chain is reacting to these changing needs, as well as opportunities for the future.

16 August 2019

As the UK population continues to age, the older consumers grow in influence. How do we meet their needs for convenience and healthy ageing? Does the older customer still want to eat meat and two veg and a roast on a Sunday? We discover the evolving needs of those aged 55 and over and how they are embracing change.

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