Research Archives - Page 2 of 59 - Inside FMCG

Research Archives - Page 2 of 59 - Inside FMCG

What is Dalgona coffee? The whipped coffee trend taking over the internet during coronavirus isolation

According to Google Trends, “Dalgona coffee” has become the most searched type of coffee worldwide.

Frozen, tinned fruit and veg enjoy record highs amid COVID-19 stockpiling

Despite an increase in volume sales for fresh veg, those that store well such as potatoes, carrots and onions had the most sales growth to the category.

Don’t panic: Australia has truly excellent food security

Australia ranks among the most food secure nations in the world, and is in the top 10 countries for food affordability and availability.

The future of food: What you need to know about cell-based meat

It’s only a matter of time before we see cell-based meat hit restaurants and supermarkets.

The last thing companies should be doing right now is paying dividends

OPINION: “Many very large companies have too little cash to ride out sharp downturns.”

Groceries, liquor boost online retail sales in February

The increase in spending was driven by a surge in grocery sales as consumers stocked up on essentials.

COVID carb-loading: Average household has stocked up on 2-3 months’ worth of pantry staples

Nielsen research finds the average Australian household has enough rice for 65 days, pasta to last 63 days and noodles to last 55 days.

Panic buying eases, more distance kept

The number of people who had bought extra groceries to stock their pantries dropped over the past week to less than two-in-five.

More Australians are worried about a recession and an increasingly selfish society than about coronavirus itself

Young people admit to buying larger than normal amounts of medication and food than older people in recent study.

Look who’s talking: Australia’s telcos, banks and supermarkets granted exemption to cartel laws

The watchdog has decided the benefits of permitting competitors to cooperate to secure the supply of essentials goods outweigh the risks.