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Grocery innovation hit by supermarket cuts

26 May, 2017

With leading UK supermarkets cutting the number of products they stock by up to 10%, fewer new branded items are being launched and sales from new products are down.

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Grocery innovation hit by supermarket cuts

Branded NPD sales take £100m hit from range rationalisations

25 May, 2017

Brands are finding it harder ’to stay on shelves as well as get new products into stores’, new research from IRI suggests

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Branded NPD sales take £100m hit from range rationalisations

Mediterranean drought sends olive oil prices surging

21 May, 2017

Europe have risen an average of 26 per cent in the two years to 2016, with those in Spain recording the steepest rise of 36 per cent, according research group IRI. This year’s advance in wholesale prices has yet to reach supermarket shelves because of a time lag, but industry ...

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Mediterranean drought sends olive oil prices surging

Price rises and private label drive up sales of olive oil across Europe

10 May, 2017

The success of private label and the impact of price increases across European countries is driving up value sales of olive oil, according to the latest figures from IRI.

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Price rises and private label drive up sales of olive oil across Europe

Price rises and private label drive up sales of olive oil across Europe

03 May, 2017

The success of private label and the impact of price increases across European countries is driving up value sales of olive oil, according to the latest figures from IRI.

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Price rises and private label drive up sales of olive oil across Europe

Selfie generation creates £1bn UK colour cosmetics market

25 April, 2017

The make-up industry in the UK has seen a massive boost thanks to the image conscious, peer driven selfie shopper

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Selfie generation creates £1bn UK colour cosmetics market

‘Selfie generation’ fuels huge rise of cosmetics sales as people chase flawless, contoured looks

24 April, 2017

Driven by the desire to share images on Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook, the trend for face sculpting or contouring, and for thick eyebrows has led to a huge boost in make-up sales

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‘Selfie generation’ fuels huge rise of cosmetics sales as people chase flawless, contoured looks

Selfie culture' boosts cosmetics category to tune of £55m

24 April, 2017

The sector is now worth almost £900m, fuelled by the popularity of selfies on social media

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Selfie culture

Fewer deals but brands not budging on price, says IRI

12 April, 2017

The IRI’s new Big Question report on the grocery price war revealed it has saved UK shoppers £9.3bn over three years. Despite rising inflation a... Visit www.bakeryinfo.co.uk today for more information!

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Fewer deals but brands not budging on price, says IRI

Fewer discounts lift costs for UK shoppers

11 April, 2017

LONDON: Recent modest increases to food and drink prices in the UK have often been blamed on Brexit, the country's decision to leave the European Union, but a new report suggests the trend is almost entirely due to fewer promotions.

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Fewer discounts lift costs for UK shoppers

Inflation hits UK grocery prices after supermarkets slash promotional offers

10 April, 2017

Inflation has started to creep into food prices in the UK, but base prices - those for products not sold on promotion - have not gone up, IRI data shows.

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Inflation hits UK grocery prices after supermarkets slash promotional offers

Pricing Is Another Key Lever In The Sugar Reduction Battle, Says IRI

31 March, 2017

England’s health watchdog yesterday published new guidelines for the food industry aimed at significantly reducing the amount of sugar in a host of popular products.

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Pricing Is Another Key Lever In The Sugar Reduction Battle, Says IRI
Pricing and promotions need to be addressed to meet sugar reduction targets

Reaction: UK food industry welcomes sugar reduction target

30 March, 2017

Stakeholders in the UK’s food industry have begun to respond to Public Health England’s call for a 20% reduction in the amount of sugar in food products.

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Reaction: UK food industry welcomes sugar reduction target

Lettuce shortage: Vegetable rationing spurs rise in sale of seeds as British people turn to grow own greens

07 February, 2017

UK retailers have in recent weeks started rationing lettuce, courgettes and aubergines after floods and storms ruined crops in southern Europe, squeezing supply

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Lettuce shortage: Vegetable rationing spurs rise in sale of seeds as British people turn to grow own greens

UK Retailers Lose Over £2 Million in Courgette Sales During January

07 February, 2017

Data released by IRI, the provider of big data and predictive analytics for FMCG manufacturers and retailers, shows that the recent courgette shortage has seriously impacted sales of the vegetable in January.

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UK Retailers Lose Over £2 Million in Courgette Sales During January

Lettuce shortage: Vegetable rationing spurs rise in sale of seeds as British people turn to grow own greens

07 February, 2017

"A shortage of certain vegetables in UK supermarkets has spurred a rise in the sale of seeds. UK retailers, including Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons, have in recent weeks started rationing lettuce, courgettes and aubergines after floods and storms ruined crops in southern Eu...

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Lettuce shortage: Vegetable rationing spurs rise in sale of seeds as British people turn to grow own greens

Healthy eating trend inspires surge in demand for almond milk, e-cigarettes and avocado

27 January, 2017

Almond milk, e-cigarettes and avocados enjoyed the biggest surge in demand among UK shoppers last year, as a trend toward healthy eating gathered pace, according to one research firm.

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Healthy eating trend inspires surge in demand for almond milk, e-cigarettes and avocado

'Virtuous eating' products among fastest growing sellers in the UK for 2016

26 January, 2017

Health-conscious shoppers helped put a raft of ‘virtuous eating’ products among the UK’s fastest growing by percentage in 2016, according to IRI data.

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Anthony Graham to lead IRI solutions and innovations team as Lynda Gammell moves to new IRI role

26 January, 2017

IRI, the big data and technology expert for consumer industries, has announced the appointment of Anthony Graham as executive vice president of international solutions and innovations to replace Lynda Gammell.

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Anthony Graham to lead IRI solutions and innovations team as Lynda Gammell moves to new IRI role

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