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Below you will find the latest food and drinks market research insights, food news and research findings. The most recent food articles can be found at the top.

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Wider price gap developing between healthy and unhealthy foods

27th October 2014 17:59

Although healthy foods have always been more expensive than unhealthy foods, researchers have found that the price gap between healthy and unhealthy foods has risen to 28.6%, between 2002 and 2012, from a difference of £3.88 in 2002 to £4.99 in… Read more...

59% of people are confused about how much fruit and veg they should consume

27th October 2014 15:11

Research has revealed that 59% of people are confused about Government recommendations for fruit and vegetable consumption. The survey of 2,000 adults, which was carried out by juice brand, Tropicana, suggested that 50% of adults were not aware that potatoes… Read more...

Fast-food outlets used most frequently by Londoners, market research shows

14th October 2014 17:16

Recent food service industry figures demonstrate Londoners visit fast-food outlets and chains more frequently than people across the UK to buy take-out lunch. Although London constitutes 13% of Britain’s population, it has a 17% share of ‘lunch-to-go’traffic,… Read more...

Media Professionals Consume Most Caffeine, Market Research Finds

22nd September 2014 10:32

A recent survey has found that journalists and media staff sit in the profession that consumes the highest amount of caffeine. The study suggests that those in more stressful jobs consume more caffeine to get them through the day, with the highest consumers… Read more...

Survey Shows Fewer People are Baking at Home in Britain

2nd September 2014 10:36

Research published last month has shown that the number of British adults who bake at home has dropped from 2013’s level (85%) in 2014 (77%). In 2013, four fifths (80%) of Brits said they baked from scratch, however, in 2014’s edition of the survey,… Read more...

Scottish Food Sector Set For Positive Growth Says Market Research

1st September 2014 11:04

A new market research report in to the Scottish food industry, carried out by Bank of Scotland, has suggested that the sector is set to see huge growth in the coming years – with the potential to create almost 10,000 jobs by 2019. The research, which… Read more...

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