London, 10 April 2015. March saw the first annual rise for nearly a year in shopper spending at UK supermarkets, according to the latest data from global information and insights company Nielsen.
The volume of items purchased from the UK’s leading supermarkets increased year-on-year for the third consecutive month, according to the latest data from global information and insights company Nielsen.
Price inflation for FMCG goods across Europe has fallen for the fifth consecutive quarter and is now at its lowest level for four years – according to the latest figures released today by global information and insights company Nielsen.
People from the UK and Ireland are more likely to consider themselves overweight than people from anywhere else in Europe (32 key countries).
Four successive quarterly rises meant UK consumer confidence levels grew five times faster than the global average in 2014 – according to the latest figures from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights.