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Kellogg’s split: an analyst’s view

Following the news that Kellogg’s will split into three independent companies, Nidhi Chauhan, senior consumer analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers her thoughts. FULL STORY...

Rising cost of food could push UK spending patterns to local produce

Following the news that UK food prices will spike as a result of the crisis in Ukraine Khalid Peerbaccus, senior researcher at GlobalData, says it may change shopping habits. FULL STORY...

Plant-based bottle moves closer to the holy grail of bioplastics

In line with its goal to transition to 100% recycled and plant-based PET bottles by 2030, the Suntory Group recently unveiled a prototype PET bottle made from 100% plant-based materials. FULL STORY...

Are net-zero supply chains the future of FMCG?

Following the recent announcement that PepsiCo is aiming to achieve net-zero emissions across its supply chain by 2040, Ramsey Baghdadi, consumer analyst at GlobalData, offers his thoughts. FULL STORY...

Environmental issues are becoming a priority

According to Ryan Whittaker, consumer analyst at GlobalData, Nestlé’s recently announced plans to halve its carbon emissions by 2030, and to be net zero by 2050, reveal how pervasive environmental issues have become in the corporate and consumer world. FULL STORY...

Consumers are willing to use food refill services

The rollout of bagless fruit and vegetable aisles, as well as refill stations for goods such as pasta, rice, grains and cereals, is increasing among supermarkets with players such as Morrison’s and Waitrose taking leading roles. These practices are in line with a greater willingness among UK shoppers to buy unpackaged food. FULL STORY...