Food-to-go & eating out articles

31 March 2022
As we try to move ‘post-Covid’, shoppers are facing a cost of living crisis, which will change their perceptions of how they can spend their money. With this in mind, we asked shoppers about their plans for eating out of home post-Covid and how they are planning for occasions. Here are three of the key findings. ShopperVista subscribers can access the full report here . 1. We are already s...
22 March 2022
Coming out of the pandemic, we expected to see shoppers making the most of occasions in an attempt to make up for lost time. However, with the cost of living crisis upon us, shoppers are again adjusting their expectations of how occasions could play out this year.   ShopperVista Research March 2022. Base: 93 shoppers and 2p 18-44-year-old shoppers. Early indications also show: ...
24 February 2022
Using insights from our category benchmarks, we explore how food-to-go shoppers shop three on-the-go subcategories: Sandwiches/wraps Soft drinks Snacks In our 2-minute summary, we highlight one key insight from each subcategory, you can find more in the report . Health considerations top of mind for sandwich/wrap shoppers Sandwiches and wrap shoppers are more likely to con...
04 February 2022
In the most recent quarter , we explored how food-to-go shoppers adapted during Omicron, Plan B guidelines and in the run up to Christmas. Moving into 2022 what will food-to-go shoppers be looking for as they return to workplaces with fewer restrictions? 1. Shoppers are seeking to minimise the time they spend Food-to-go shoppers are focused on fast missions seeking to make speedy purchases...
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 ...
20 August 2021
Come and join us in person at this year’s lunch! Show on 23 September - we’ll be sharing our latest forecasts and insight on the Food-to-Go market and we’ll also take you through the changing landscape of the coffee shop market. The Road to Recovery for Food-to-Go 12.45-1.15pm, Keynote Theatre 3, 23 September Food-to-go market is recovering faster than expected Our latest forecasts pred...
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 ...
02 February 2021
2020 was a year like no other. How many times have we all heard or said that in the last few months? One of the things that changed and continues to change for all of us in this pandemic was our eating and drinking habits. Restrictions of socialising, increased working from home and spending more time at home has all led to changes in where we eat and for many what we eat. Back in 2019 my co...
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...