The CGA by NielsenIQ & Slerp Hospitality at Home Tracker has revealed that delivery and takeaway sales remain well above pre-COVID-19 levels, with growth of 107% in May 2022 compared to May 2019.
Delivery sales for many of the UK’s biggest restaurant and pub groups in April were 357% higher than the pre-COVID levels from April 2019, the latest edition of the CGA & Slerp Hospitality at Home Tracker shows.
The last few years have been hugely significant for veganism in the UK with many of the nation’s largest and best-known fast food franchises offering vegan menu items for the first time. For many, this was seen as the quick-service-industry’s first mainstream exploration into veganism with many chains heavily promoting their new plant-based menu items.
Britain’s managed restaurant and pub groups’ delivery and takeaway sales continue to run at more than twice the level seen before COVID-19, the CGA & Slerp Hospitality at Home Tracker reveals—but trading has dipped from the peaks of early 2021.
Sainsbury’s has announced plans to transform its eat-in, takeaway and home delivery food and drink offer. The move follows a successful trial of a new food hall format called ‘The Restaurant Hub’ at one of its key stores. In partnership with Boparan Restaurant Group (BRG), ‘The Restaurant Hub’ offers eat-in, takeaway and home-delivered hot food and drink from various popular brands.
Supermarket home delivery is something we’ve all become very accustomed to, and it’s easy to see why – determining the delivery date and time-slot for your weekly shop is the ideal convenience for fitting-in with our ever busy lifestyles. In addition to their convenience, these delivery services are also typically defined by their uniformity. That […]
New research from CGA suggests that more 70% now feel confident about visiting pubs, bars and restaurants. This is more than double the number of 34% who felt confident at the start of 2021, and a sharp increase on the total of 52% from CGA’s research in July.
Costa Coffee and M&S Food, two of the nation’s favourite high street brands, have announced a new collaboration, with ‘Costa Coffee Now Serving M&S Food’. Launching next year, customers will be able to choose from over 30 M&S Food products, including new lunch options, hot meal boxes and children’s food. Available in over 2,500 Costa Coffee stores across the UK as well as via Drive-Thru lanes the range will build on Costa’s current food range and coffee.
Rising demand, product shortages and distribution issues are combining to put foodservice prices under severe pressure as the run-up to Christmas begins, the new edition of the CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index reveals.
It’s no secret that the packaging industry as a whole has endured significant issues in the global supply chain for a sustained period. Getting to the bottom of these challenges isn’t a simple task. Many contributing factors are deeply intertwined with each other, affecting logistics on a global scale.