FMCG Market Research Insights And Findings

FMCG Market Research

Back to Insights

For updated FMCG insights please follow us on @DJS_FMCG or use our RSS feed

FMCG Market Research

Brits planning to save £1600 by reducing spending in 2019, reveals survey

7th February 2019 16:40

Brits planning to save £1600 by reducing spending in 2019: More than half of those polled (56%) in a spending habit survey have said they plan to cut down on buying products this year - with an average save of £131 each month - equating to £1572… Read more...


Two-thirds of consumers cutting down on single-use plastics

8th February 2019 11:43

Two-thirds of consumers cutting down on single-use plastics: A Keep Britain Tidy survey has found that two-thirds of consumers are buying less single-use plastics. It also found that programmes like Blue Planet II as well as the wider debate around plastics… Read more...


British households spend 9K annually on goods they won't use, reveals survey

24th January 2019 15:35

Brits spend 9K annually on goods they won't use: A nationwide survey has found the average annual spend for a household in the UK on items that will never be used, or not used in full, is a staggering £9,051. Yet despite their admissions, 69% of… Read more...


Millennials in Europe prefer big FMCG brands to local, survey finds

25th October 2018 12:21

Millennials in Europe prefer big FMCG brands to local: A survey has revealed insight into the shopping habits of millennials in Europe when buying groceries, showing as a preference of large FMCG brands over smaller independent products.    The… Read more...


Nine in 10 Brits are concerned about the consequences of plastic waste, research finds

26th January 2018 14:14

Nine in 10 Brits are concerned about the consequences of plastic waste, research finds: Following the widely publicised Sky Ocean Rescue campaign which focuses on Britain’s battle on plastic waste, research has found that in one year, the number of… Read more...


Majority of Brits back Government’s plastic-free aisles proposals

11th January 2018 14:28

Majority of Brits back Government’s plastic-free aisles proposals: Prior to Theresa May’s proposals to cut all avoidable plastic waste by 2042, a survey commissioned by environmental campaign group, A Plastic Planet, asked Brits their views on… Read more...


 1 2 3 >  Last ›

© DJS Research 2019