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Healthy food-to-go specialist Crussh is rolling out a range of ‘fit food’ to over 300 Sainsbury’s stores following a successful trial last year.

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After six months of trials Greggs has chosen Just Eat as its exclusive partner to roll-out a national delivery service for its menu of food-to-go products.  This decision signals an end to Greggs' other trial delivery partnership with Just Eat competitor, Deliveroo.  However, Greggs' own in-house delivery service 'Greggs Delivered' is being maintained for the time being, though now limited only t...
Food-to-go remains a key growth opportunity, and one that is attracting greater interest from a variety of different retailers, manufacturers and specialists as consumers’ lifestyles evolve. Here we share our five food-to-go trends to watch out for in the coming year: Source: IGD   Fuelling regeneration Food-to-go is the bridge between retail and foodservice. As both these sector...
Asda is to replace all of its meat and fish counters in a drive to strengthen its position in the fast growing food-for-now market, with pan-Asian and street food offers and new brand partnerships. Test and learn approach for food-for-now During 2019 Asda trialled a number of alternatives to traditional meat and fish counters at 13 stores, including hot chicken and pie offers, and Sushi Dai...


Our predictions for the trends that will shape food-to-go in 2020
Morrisons Canning Town is one of the most important and on trend store openings of 2019. An imaginative fusion of urban supermarket and food for now destination, it also pushes boundaries with its sustainability focus.
Grocery sales in the CEE are expected to grow by 3.6% between 2019 and 2024. Retailers are driving this growth by revising how they run their business. Some, like Kaufland across Europe, are evolving their stores and product range to cover more shopper missions and attract more shoppers. While others, like Russia’s Pyaterochka, are investing in digital retail solutions to drive efficiency.
We look at five key trends set to shape the Western Europe in 2020. Retailers are continuing to invest in private labels, health, wellness and lifestyle choices. At the same time, retailers are focusing on evolving existing strategies and creating innovative store formats.
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We assess the state of play in the UK food-to-go market, with current and future market size projections, designed to help you understand the dynamics within each segment to make the most of your food-to-go growth opportunity.

Our predictions for the trends that will shape food-to-go in 2020

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Across Europe and North America, IGD takes you ‘on safari’ to the best stores in a market, targeting the innovations and category developments that offer the sharpest insights relevant to your business. View our short video, ‘3 lessons in Food-to-go fusion in Dublin’ taken from our recent safari in Dublin.