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UK Insights

Consumer

Men using less deodorant and shampoo

Kantar Worldpanel explores how the modern man has changed

The Modern Man Kantar Worldpanel infographic
Aldi becomes UK’s fifth largest grocer

Great Britain grocery share data from Kantar Worldpanel

Aldi shop front
Have we reached peak supermarket promotion?

British shoppers spent £1 billion less on promotions in 2016 than they did last year

Grocery shopping trolley
Which cheese is grater?

Exploring Britain’s £2.8 billion cheese market

Grated cheese
Tough Christmas for music, video and gaming

Latest entertainment retail barometer from Kantar Worldpanel

videogames
UK wardrobes get a workout

13% market growth, as gym clothes are no longer confined to the gym

Activewear
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Great Britain grocery share data from Kantar Worldpanel
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Edward Garner is Director Communications at Kantar Worldpanel and a highly-regarded commentator on…

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Giles Quick is a director at Kantar Worldpanel, with 25 plus years in food and drink research.

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Tim Kidd, Managing Director UK, Ireland & USA with expertise in consumer and shopper insight a…

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