Food-to-go in small stores: highlights of best-in-class execution

Nicola Knight
Senior Analyst – Food-To-Go
@RetailAnalysis


The COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic impact on the food-to-go category. However, we are now seeing renewed interest in innovation, showing retailers' belief that the category will return to growth.

I’ve chosen some highlights from my latest report on the evolution of food-to-go in small stores. These examples reflect our food-to-go trends for 2021 and show best-in-class execution from small stores around the world. They feature:

  • Sourced Market, UK
  • Tambo +, Peru
  • M&S, UK
  • SPAR, Netherlands
  • Coles, Australia
  • Veggie de Luca, Norway

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