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Take home grocery sales continue to rise, with 16.9% growth in the 12-week period up to 12th July, according to Kantar. This was the fastest growth on record since 1994, showing what a significant impact the pandemic is having on shoppers' behaviour. The 12 weeks include sales after the initial phase of strict lockdown in April, capturing the three months following this of eased restrictions for movement but not eating out. We look at these results in more detail, considering the strong performances of the Big Four and other retailers such as Ocado and Iceland.

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Ocado's retail revenue grew by 27.2% in the first half (26 weeks ended 31 st May), whilst Group revenue (Retail, Solutions and logistics) was £1,086.8m up 23.2%.  Unprecedented, sustained demand for UK online grocery Ocado has 639,000 active customers, which is a significant decrease of (14.1)% year-on-year (YoY), as it’s had to prioritise loyal and vulnerable shoppers. These customers are...
Leading food retailers are among a group of 20 major retailers to sign a declaration to develop a roadmap to tackle the causes of climate change. The initiative, led by the BRC, will develop a common position ahead of the COP26 climate change conference, which will be held next year in Glasgow having been postponed due to the coronavirus crisis. Commitment to decarbonise the entire supply chai...
In the 12-weeks prior to 14th June take home grocery sales grew 13.7% year-on-year, according to the latest figures from Kantar. This is a slight slow down from the previous 12-week period where sales growth was 14.3%. We explore the growth in more detail and look at key retailers' performance. Shopping patterns remain severely disrupted This 12-week period captures the full lockdown period...


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