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Food and foodservice Market Research

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  1. Forecourt & Convenience Retailing - Ireland - June 2019

    “Convenience stores remain key destinations for top-up shopping among Irish consumers in 2019, with a strong contingent of consumers (particularly in younger age groups) noting their interest in the expansion of the own-brand offering among forecourt and convenience retailers.”
    – Brian O’Connor, ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2019
    Ireland
  2. Supermarket Retailing / Brand Importance - Ireland - November 2018

    “Supermarket retail sales are forecast for continued growth in 2018/19 but with the increasing uncertainty surrounding Brexit, many NI consumers are already feeling the pinch with food prices rising and a noticeable increase in supermarket prices. Market leaders will need to do more to deliver on ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2018
    Ireland
  3. Convenience Store Retailing - Ireland - April 2017

    “The convenience retailing market is set for growth as top-up shopping seems to fit well with the busy lifestyles of Irish consumers. In line with this, c-store retailers have replicated Applegreen’s success in creating added value through the addition of food franchises in-store. This trend is ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2017
    Ireland
  4. Grocery Retailing: Brand vs. Own-label - Ireland - December 2016

    "Volatility of the economy post Brexit coupled with a competitive grocery retailing market will see consumers become more cautious with their spending over 2017. As a result, Mintel expects many consumers to switch their allegiance from branded to own-label food and drink when carrying out their ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2016
    Ireland
  5. Grocery Retailing – Multiples vs Discounters - Ireland - December 2015

    “The grocery retailing sector in Ireland continues to be driven by price as supermarkets compete to offer the best value to drive footfall and market share. However, the deep discounting over the last 18-24 months has dictated grocery retailing to the point where supermarkets have seen their ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2015
    Ireland
  6. Forecourt & Convenience Retailing - Ireland - June 2015

    “C-stores and forecourts are primarily being used for top-up shopping when Irish consumers run out of essential food items. These stores are predominantly used in residential neighbourhood areas by Irish consumers aged 45-54. Convenience and forecourt retailers should look to focus on these ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2015
    Ireland
  7. Artisan Food - Ireland - June 2015

    “The improving economic situation in NI and RoI has helped to see consumers loosen their purse strings a little in 2015 and to the benefit of artisan food products. That being said, moving forward, consumers will increasingly expect goods positioned as being artisan to prove these credentials.”
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    Consumer Report
    June 2015
    Ireland
  8. Grocery Retailing - Ireland - December 2014

    “The popularity of own-branded products and discounters is unlikely to wane in the foreseeable future. Indeed going forward Mintel expects the market share of own-label and discounters to continue to grow with many consumers finding own-label goods to be of equal quality to more expensive branded ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2014
    Ireland
  9. Grocery Retailing - Ireland - December 2013

    “With the value of own-label grocery products forecast to exceed the value of branded goods from 2015 onwards, manufacturers of branded products will likely begin focusing their efforts on becoming the suppliers of supermarkets’ own-label products to supplement the sales of their core branded ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    Ireland
  10. Grocery Retailing - Ireland - October 2012

    The grocery market within Ireland is increasingly being dominated by UK food multiples and European food discounters. In addition to this, changes to the planning guidelines regarding the cap on the size of supermarkets within RoI have increased, putting even more pressure on convenience and ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2012
    Ireland