FMCG And The HGV Driver Shortage – What does it mean for both companies and consumers, and how are they handing it?
Category: Business News
If COVID-19 has taught us one thing. Working from home, doesn’t always make it easier to have a good work-life balance.
In todays FMCG news roundup we look at, Wetherspoons Lockdown woes, Corona launches new sustainable packaging and we say goodbye to another British high street icon, as Thornton’s Chocolatier becomes the latest pandemic casualty.
Today, we look at how hard the pandemic has hit Morrison’s profits, how April’s trade breakdown is causing worries among wholesalers due to Brexit and how Britain’s consumer spending has got steadily higher through March.
As the restaurant industry faces various ongoing challenges to their operations and consumers lacking the ability to go out and eat, a great many Brits have been turning to food delivery apps to help them alleviate the monotony of home cooking. It has been forecasted that the number of home food deliveries made by smartphone users will rise 25.2% to a total of 45.6 million in 2021.