Health articles

03 November 2021
Our two minute read summarising the latest movements in British shopper sentiment and outlook How are shoppers reacting to rising prices? Against a backdrop of preparations for COP26, availability challenges and rises in energy, fuel and food prices, our latest monthly ShopperVista update reveals a continued decline in shopper confidence coupled with increased focus on the environment when ...
25 August 2021
We reveal some initial findings from our eye tracking research including differences in footfall by category and provide some tips to help your business prepare for restrictions on promoting HFSS products next year. Interviewing shoppers again It’s been great interviewing shoppers again face-to-face this week as a follow-up to our first report in the series Influencing shoppers in-store an...
22 July 2021
At the start of the year we published two reports – this one and this one – looking at the changes shoppers were making, or might make, to live more healthily through 2021. We saw that with lockdowns in full force and the weather outside typically wintry, shoppers were finding it more difficult than usual to commit to “new year, new me” style changes that they usually would. However, many sai...
14 July 2021
As we move closer to the removal of lockdown restrictions, how have shopping habits changed over the last three months and what will that mean for the rest of 2021? Every quarter we report on the latest changes in channel use and shopping behaviour digging deep into shopping habits within each channel in our Quarterly channel trends report . So, what are the five trends in shopper behav...
02 June 2021
As the economy reached another milestone in May with more of the indoor and outdoor economy re-opened, our new monthly update report Evolving channel repertoires- ShopperVista update May 2021 reveals continued high levels of shopper confidence and more varied shopping missions taking place this month. Here is a summary of the four things you need to know this month about British food and g...
06 May 2021
Further easing of COVID-19 restrictions: How are shoppers changing their behaviour? As the economy opened up further in April with the re-opening of non-essential retail and outdoor hospitality, our Multichannel growth – ShopperVista update April 2021 report revealed an increase in shoppers’ repertoire reflecting their rising confidence in returning to physical shops. Here is a summary ...
18 January 2021
The outbreak of COVID-19 has been one of the biggest public health challenges ever faced. Despite the challenges of COVID-19, big changes in shopper behaviour and range consolidation meant the retail food and drink market actually grew in 2020 while foodservice sales declined. How could this impact front of pack (FOP) nutrition labels? 1. FOP Nutrition labelling is under review Front of p...
07 January 2021
Our new monthly shopper update provides you with a one-stop shop for the latest insights into the British shopper. If you only have time to read one thing every month this report will ensure you have the latest information about how British shoppers are acting, thinking and feeling. These reports will be released within the first few working days of every month so look out for them. WHAT is th...
07 January 2021
Most of us were glad to see the end of 2020 and were looking forward to a new year and better times ahead. While 2021 has not started the way we would have hoped, when it comes to predicting how shoppers will react to the external environment the behaviours we saw in 2020 have helped us create our predictions to enable us all to be better set-up for meeting the needs of shoppers. As a shoppe...
14 September 2020
One month after lockdown our health tracking recorded that more than four in ten shoppers (41% in April 2020) stated that they almost/mostly eat healthy food and drink and that 89% are actively trying to improve their diet in some way.  But how has this been impacted by COVID-19, when how we buy, prepare, eat and even value food changed for us all? Shopper’s aspire to be healthy, but it doe...