UK consumer confidence has fallen for the first time since 2013, according to the latest Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions.
The UK’s beleaguered supermarkets received a welcome Christmas present as consumers spent £3.3 billion during the week ending Boxing Day – 8% more than in the same period a year ago – according to global information and insights company Nielsen.
With consumers having delayed their main Christmas grocery shop, over £6.4 billion is expected to be spent at the UK’s leading supermarkets in the two weeks to Christmas, according to global information and insights company Nielsen.
Nivea, Robinsons, Strongbow, Vanish and Volvic are among a select group of brands to have successfully launched products classed as ‘breakthrough innovation winners’ this year
Fewer than half (43%) of Europeans say their household mealtimes are technology-free, but it’s middle-age diners who are most likely to involve some form of tech - such as TVs or smartphones – when they sit down to eat.
The Co-operative Food is making a step change in the way it views its customers and will be the first retailer in Europe to have EPOS, Member Data, Panel Data and EPOS Market data on the same platform.
The continuing rise of the discounters has meant the UK’s major supermarkets experienced their biggest year-on-year fall in the value of sales for over a year – according to the latest data from global information and insights company Nielsen.