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Nielsen improves Homescan to better measure cultural diversity and nutritional info

Nielsen data finds pet supplies, frozen foods, health and beauty products and confectioneries are fastest growing catego...

Sustainability high on the agenda for shoppers

Researchers expect shoppers to spend up to $150 billion on products with a sustainability claim by 2021.

Multicultural consumers present growth opportunity in fresh produce

Ethnic households spend over $45 more on fruit and veg compared with non-ethnic counterparts.

Aussies spending more on fish and seafood

The fish and seafood category is well-positioned to be a premium protein offer for consumers.

Australian e-commerce sales grew by 4 per cent in 2018

Grocery, cleaning, alcohol and pet food all saw an increase in online-only purchases.

Can Aussies reach their “five a day” on any budget?

Weak wage growth and high living costs affect Aussies' recommended vegetable consumption.

Retailers and suppliers wasting over A$11bn on discounting

Research shows 48 per cent of the sales would have happened anyway.

Manufacturers missing out by not stating protein content

The worldwide protein trend has caused sales of products listing protein content to leap by 22.3 per cent.

This week in FMCG

In the headlines this week.

Aussies still prefer beef among other meat

Nielsen says Australians are buying less meat compared to previous year.

Codeine regulation’s impact on Australian market

Research shows codeine sales have been in decline for the last three years.

Double-digit online growth boon to Coles, Woolies

Online grocery going bonkers, new report reveals.

You too can make ‘dry’ the new fresh

Convenience is killing the weekly grocery shop.

Meal kits make Aussie lives easier

Prepared meal market is getting more popular.

Nielsen survey shows changing Aussie consumers

Australians born abroad spend more on groceries compared to their local counterpart.