According to new research conducted by GS1 UK, 45% of UK consumers would change their future shopping habits based on previous cases of brand mislabelling or contamination.
Based on the eponymous company report on the latest global socio-cultural shifts and trends, the new flavours reportedly provide inspiration for up-to-date product launches and targeted brand positioning.
A new UK retail market report from TextAnywhere has revealed that food retail has been one of the most affected sectors of the Covid-19 pandemic, with increases for online shopping up 2400% since lockdown began.
ProVeg International conducted a survey of 6,221 consumers across nine European countries to identify priorities for product improvement and development.
The University of Portsmouth is introducing a virtual symposium, Futures for Food, on 28 May 2020.
Fish fingers and frozen peas are flying off supermarket shelves as millions of schoolchildren swap school dinners for lunchtime at home with their parents, according to sales data from the British Frozen Food Federation and Kantar.
According to a new international survey commissioned by the Carbon Trust, two-thirds of consumers from the UK, US and Europe support carbon labelling on products.
Coronavirus has set in train a number of challenges for brands and policy makers. As consumers take protective measures against the virus, their health/financial concerns and their subsequent behaviours have had (and will have) an enormous social and economic impact.