Morrisons news

10 August 2022
We round up sustainable initiatives from Morrisons, Waitrose, and Sainsbury’s. Morrisons launches carbon neutral eggs Morrisons has launched a private label range of carbon neutral eggs under the Planet Friendly Eggs brand, becoming it claims the first supermarket to do so. The step is part of the retailer’s aim to be directly supplied by ‘zero emission’ British farms by 2030. The eggs come...
29 July 2022
With around two months to go until the regulations on the physical placement of HFSS products in stores in England come into force it is becoming clearer how retailers are preparing for the new laws. Retailers evolving four main areas of the store It is clear from the steps taken so far, retailers are adapting their stores in four main areas, promotional ends, in-aisle activation, at the ch...
29 July 2022
Back in January, we set out our shopper predictions for 2022. What we didn’t expect was just how turbulent this year was going to be, and the worst may still be yet to come! We have a brand-new report on ShopperVista reflecting on the predictions we made at the start of 2022, looking at how they are evolving in the current environment and what we think is to come in the latter half of 2022. We...
22 July 2022
Several retailers have launched initiatives to support the government's new cost of living campaign, Help for Households, while others have introduced steps separately to help families over the summer holidays. We round up some of the steps launched so far. Divided shoppers research shows impact on families In our ShopperVista report on Divided shoppers , accessible to subscribers, we lo...
19 July 2022
The latest release from Kantar, based on data from its 30,000-strong shopper panel, indicates, in the 12-weeks to 10 July 2022, total till roll consumer spend in Great Britain rose, very slightly, by 0.1% versus 2021. The market’s growth in the 12-week period saw it return to positive territory for the first time since April 2021. Inflation reaches second highest level ever recorded by Kantar ...
30 June 2022
Morrisons has reported sharply lower sales for Q2 which it has attributed to ongoing inflationary pressure and the downturn in consumer sentiment. -6.4% LFL decline Group like-for-like sales fell by 6.4% in the 13 weeks to May 1 st (ex VAT and fuel). Supermarket sales improved towards the end of the period, boosted by Mother’s Day and Easter though remained negative against pandemic elevat...
21 June 2022
The latest release from Kantar, based on data from its 30,000-strong shopper panel, indicates that in the 12-weeks to 12 June 2022 total till roll consumer spend in Great Britain fell by 1.9% versus 2021. While the market contracted over the 12-week period it was its best performance since October 2021 and the data showed it grew by 0.4% over the latest four-week timeframe. Inflation begins to...
16 June 2022
Father’s Day is an event honouring fatherhood and is celebrated on the third Sunday in June in most regions globally, including Europe and North America. In this article, we explore three ways retailers and brands are helping people celebrate the event. People plan to spend almost the same as last year According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), 76% of US adults are expecting to ce...
09 June 2022
In newly released five-year market forecasts, IGD predicts the grocery market will grow by 11.3% over the next five years from £216.8bn to £241.3bn. While inflation will underpin the majority of growth in 2022, with a 3.5% value increase predicted, this will moderate from 2023 onwards. With the war in Ukraine impacting the UK supply chain and food prices expected to increase by 8.9% in 2022, I...
24 May 2022
The latest release from Kantar, based on data from its 30,000-strong shopper panel, indicates that in the 12-weeks to 15 May 2022 total till roll consumer spend in Great Britain fell by 4.4% versus 2021. This was the second month in a row when sales fell underlining how the opening of the industry as the pandemic’s effects lessen has also been impacted by rising inflation. The fall came despit...