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United Kingdom Food & Drink Q1 2019

United Kingdom Food & Drink Q1 2019

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Our spending forecasts for food & drink will remain relatively weak over the forecast period to 2022, boosted by strongerinflation. While there are positive trends towards premiumisation and health consciousness, which is leading to consumers spendingmore on higher quality goods, the mass market trend will be focused more on lower prices. This is driving the launch of Tesco's newdiscount store format, Jack's, which it unveiled in September in order to combat the in-roads made by Aldi and Lidl over the past fiveyears. Discounters have driven prices down across the board and prompted Sainsbury's and Asda to merge in to capture growth in adifficult operating environment. Segments of the industry are under pressure too, particularly Coca-Cola, which led it to acquirecoffee chain Costa. With hot drinks expected to be our top performing food and drink category over the forecast period, this moveto diversify into a booming segment should hold long-term value as consumers shift away from soft drinks.

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Food & Drink SWOT
Industry Forecast
Industry Risk/Reward Index
NAWE Food & Non-Alcoholic Drinks Risk/Reward Index
NAWE Food & Drink (Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index
Market Overview
Mass Grocery Retail
Competitive Landscape
Company Profile
Associated British Foods
Dairy Crest Group
Mondelez International
Premier Foods
United Kingdom Demographic Outlook
Food & Drink Glossary
Food & Drink Methodology

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