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Are we still eating Sunday roasts?

Younger consumers could be reviving the roast dinner, finds Kantar Worldpanel.

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Vinyl sales continue to grow in the UK

Many people may not even have the means to play them, but vinyl records are still pretty popular, says Kantar data.

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Beer and cider outperforming overall alcohol market in UK

Even ahead of the World Cup and the glorious weather, beer and cider sales were up 6.3%, says Kantar Worldpanel.

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The UK can't get enough burgers

Burger sales are on the rise thanks to a long summer of BBQs, finds Kantar Worldpanel.

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The data behind Britain’s love of gin

1.5m more UK adults are drinking gin than 4 years ago. So what’s happened?

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Are people still reading physical books?

Kantar presents some interesting stats about who is reading what in the UK…

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From The Archive

Read more about the physical entertainment market in the UK, with purchase data from Kantar Worldpanel.
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Kantar Worldpanel data shows that the breakfast category is back in growth once again, with eggs and cereal rising in popularity.
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This summer heatwave may have increased the opportunity for UK consumers to enjoy a rosé wine, but sales still pale compared to red and white wine.
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A recent Lightspeed survey has found that 11% of people in the UK are left-handed.
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