Today, we examine how numerous whole sellers north of the border in Scotland are becoming reliant of the SWA, how the Suntory beverage company is highlighting a potential £1 billion opportunity, and we unveil Unilever’s new ‘nano factory’.
Category: FMCG News
Today, we take a closer look at Morrison’s plans to increase their standard staff pay to 310 per hour, what the Christmas period looked like for Lidl and how China has seen a solid growth in its FMCG Industry in recent times.
Today, we take a look at how Waitrose are looking to get in on the online grocery game, about the growth of the Grocery and Food market and about the newest TV advertisement from a well-known north London brewery.
The latest industry data from Nielsen confirms that supermarkets in the UK experienced their biggest Christmas ever last month, with the online channel playing a key role. The online share of grocery sales more doubled to 12.5% (as oppose to 6.7% in 2019) over the four weeks to the 26th of December. The rise was due to a total of 8.5 million households, just over 30% of all households, shopping for their Christmas groceries online, an increase from 5.7 million households over the festive period in 2019.
FMCG News: The impact a no-deal Brexit could have on Tesco’s stocks, low alcohol alternative sales are looking good and some supermarkets are being humbug this Xmas.