Every year, shoppers spend less on clothing and shoes. The numerous discounts and sharp price competition in the fashion retail industry have resulted in ever lower European clothing expenses since 2006.
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International supermarket research organisation IGD has identified the five food retail trends that will dominate the next twelve months.
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Research firm Mintel has identified five food trends that will have their impact on consumers, retailers and manufacturers next year. The “Global Food & Drink Trends 2018” report brings together insights from sixty analysts in about a dozen countries.
Consumer spending in the UK has dropped for the third straight month in July. It is the first time in four years that there was a three-month drop, with analysts pointing to the Brexit.
Not everyone is drinking gin & tonic this summer. Whisky is become very popular again and is even appealing to younger audiences now. Diageo Benelux country manager, Dirk van Ham, said it pays off to invest and innovate.
Local FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) brands are growing faster than their multinational competitors. Coca-Cola is still the most popular brand in the world, but Colgate is the only one with a worldwide market penetration exceeding 50 %.
What will become the worldwide trends for food and fmcg (fast-moving consumer goods) in 2016? IGD's Senior Retail Analyst - Multichannel, Toby Pickard, gives us a small overview.
Supermarkets and the entire food industry stand a lot to gain thanks to the new digital opportunities which give them an insight into the customer's purchase and eating behaviour. This may lead to a more efficient food chain.
Taste, price and convenience are no longer the only factors that decide the purchase of food and drinks. An increasing number of shoppers also factor in other things, like health, safety, social impact, experience, ...
Six major trends will shape the food industry's future by 2025 according to London-based independent trend firm The Future Foundation's CEO, Christophe Jouan.
What will a store look like in the future? A new study, ordered by one of the world's largest shopping center owners (Westfield), gives us a view on the shape of physical retail in 5 key trends.