WITH the increase in meal choice available from the explosion of food delivery services you might be surprised who now rules the roost when it comes to take-away food, according new research. More than...

Customers are most satisfied with Grill’d Healthy Burgers when it comes to Australia’s quick service restaurants, a new Roy Morgan Research study has found. According to Roy Morgan Research, 90.7 per...

Despite a recent Roy Morgan survey report showing that supermarkets have been grabbing market-share from chicken shops,  recent data from NAB and Australia Bureau of Statistics (ABS), has also heralded...

The collated results of Roy Morgan Research surveys throughout the 2015 calendar year provide a good analysis of customer satisfaction ratings for Australian retailers and service industry players.     Based...

Jam, conserves, marmalade and other sweet spreads are considerably more popular among older Australians than younger generations, according to new findings from market research organisation Roy Morgan...

Should fast-food chicken giants KFC and Red Rooster be concerned? Visits to both restaurant chains have been gradually declining over the last five years, according to new findings from market research...

The number of consumers who associate Australian supermarket group Coles with low prices has dropped in the last twelve months, according to findings from market research organisation Roy Morgan Research. According...

Despite a small overall decline in snack food purchases, potato chips (potato crisps) are still Australia’s most popular snack food, with a third of Australians aged 14 or over buying the product in...

Fewer Australians are buying margarine than they were five years ago, but the two most popular brands, Flora and Meadow Lea, have remained favourites, according to new findings from market research organisation...

Australians are buying less cheese, and there has been a shift in preferences, with supermarket-brand blocks overtaking some old favourites in popularity, according to findings from market research organisation...