Much like the sentiment felt among European consumers, many North Americans expect the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to last for quite some time. That means the inordinate rise of in-home food and beverage consumption we’ve seen this year will likely continue for the foreseeable...
July 1, 2017 marks Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation. Retailers stocked with camping-related items could have very good reason to celebrate, as consumers plan their holiday getaways.
31% of Canadians say they plan to spend between $250 and $500 this year, followed by 24% who plan to spend $100 and $250, and 21% who plan to splurge on their friends and family by spending between $500 and $1,000.
Nothing gets us in the holiday spirit quite like holiday music, and if you were in Edmonton, Canada, last holiday season, you were in the country’s merriest city. That’s because its radio stations played the most holiday music between Nov. 1 to Dec. 27, 2015.
In the battle of the bubbly, prosecco has gained tremendous ground over the past year, as sales have grown 36%. That said, however, Champagne still accounts for 20% of sparkling wine sales in the U.S. So what trends are fueling trends in the sparkling wine realm?
Nielsen expects consumers to purchase more than $707 million (more than 127 million pounds) in candy and more than $23 million of sparkling wine this week (two million bottles) during the week of Valentine’s Day.
As reported in the Nielsen Holiday Forecast, the survey found that the majority of consumers plan on spending $250 to $500 this season.
According to a recent Nielsen survey, shoppers look to retailer websites for mobile coupons significantly more than other sources.
U.S. Kids Continue to Look Forward to “iHoliday”; According to a recent Nielsen study, Apple’s popularity leading up to the holiday season continues a trend
A new Nielsen survey asked consumers about their plans for both days, the unofficial kick-off to the holiday shopping season, finding that 82% of consumers don’t plan on shopping on Black Friday.