Grocery retail

31 March 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 March 2021

Lamb has faced long term volumes challenges linked to pressure from evolving consumer needs and tastes alongside the higher price point of lamb.

25 March 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic did not stop us celebrating Valentine's Day, with total Valentine's food and drink sales up £85m compared to 2020.

15 March 2021

Cheddar remains the 'big cheese' in British homes, but throughout 2020 speciality and continental cheese have seen a large uptake.

4 March 2021

Meat and dairy performed well in January through retail, continuing the positive performance from Christmas.

10 February 2021

This Christmas, fresh produce and potatoes saw volume gains due to more consumers celebrating Christmas at home.

10 February 2021

Red meat volumes grew faster than turkey and whole fish this Christmas. Cheese volumes were up 17% in December.

26 January 2021

Since the beginning of the Pandemic in March, 1 in 3 Brits claim to have experienced a change to their employment status. How may this have impacted consumer shopping habits?

26 January 2021

British consumers are concerned food prices will increase as the UK exits the EU. How might this impact the demand for British produce?

7 January 2021

Pasta, rice and potatoes grown strongly, while bread grew behind the market

10 December 2020

With new more stringent governmental restrictions introduced on the 3rd December, how could sales of meat, dairy and potatoes be affected in the run-up to Christmas?

4 December 2020

A lack of inspiration, rather than a conscious reaction to trends such as veganism, was at the heart of the pre-Covid-19 reduction in meat, fish and poultry consumption, new AHDB research has suggested.