American consumers are balancing the need to save money on consumer packaged goods with the need to conserve petrol, so they are turning to major shopping centres to make fewer and larger shopping trips. Information...

New technology will provide manufacturers with the potential to provide consumers with extra information at the point of purchase. Consumers will be able to use their mobile phone to scan the package and...

To tap into the growing number of consumers seeking more information about what is in their food, Campbell Soup Company is to launch a new range of soups with ingredients that are instantly recognisable...

Rising demand in Eastern Europe will fuel growth in the discount sector over the next four years, as shoppers respond to less buoyant economic conditions and retailers better tailor their offer, according...

A new Rabobank ‘Food Retail’ report finds consumer preferences for healthy, gourmet or convenient foods are being driven to extremes. Increased food prices could, however, heighten consumers’...

Eating out, takeaways and nights in the pub will be among the first activities to be chopped by UK consumers in the wake of the downturn but restaurants are better placed to survive the economic turbulence...

Cost-conscious grocery store habits US consumers developed during the faltering economy in the first six months of 2008 are destined to have a long-term impact on national shopping behavior, according...

Foodservice consultants Technomic have discovered that age-based distinctions among consumers’ use of restaurants run deeper than originally expected. The findings, published in the ‘Generational...

Understanding consumer behaviour in a challenging economic climate will drive the success of retailers and manufacturers in the coming year, according to leading global market information supplier The...

An array of food and beverage manufacturers are now looking to consumers to provide ideas for new products and flavours as the internet opens up greater opportunities to connect with consumers. And it...