The consumption of soft drinks and fruit juice in Australia declined in 2012, compared to figures from 2008, according to a recent study by market research organisation Roy Morgan Research. According the...

Of all Australian small businesses, competition is most fierce for businesses selling food and groceries, according to the latest findings from market researcher Roy Morgan Research. Research found that...

McDonald’s appears to be bucking the downward trend for the ‘quick service restaurants’ (QSR) sector in Australia. The popularity of fast-food has been dropping, according to the latest findings...

The food preferences of the Baby Boomer generation are the healthiest, according to new research from Australian market research organisation, Roy Morgan Research. The Baby Boomer generation covers those...

Roy Morgan Research last night revealed the winners of its 2nd annual Customer Satisfaction Awards at a gala dinner in Melbourne, announcing ALDI as the “supermarket of the year” for the second year...

Roy Morgan Research has reported that while 4.25 Million Australians report experiencing stress in the past 12 months, Australians who are underweight have reported significantly more stress than those...

A nationwide study, published today by Roy Morgan Research, has found that people living in rural Australia are more likely to consume alcohol and be overweight and obese. The Roy Morgan State of the Nation...

The highest proportion of Australians to visit fast food restaurants during 2011 were aged between 35 and 49 years old, according to market research company Roy Morgan Research. The figures come from a...

Research undertaken by Roy Morgan Research has revealed the most popular chocolate bars amongst Australian consumers, with Cadbury brands leading the market. Cadbury brands were purchased by the highest...

One of Australia’s leading research companies, Roy Morgan Research has released its first, “Supermarket and Fresh Food Currency Report”. The Supermarket and Fresh Food Currency Report tracks numbers...