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  • Is Bigger Always Better?

     Worldwide obesity has more than doubled since 1980; in 2014, over 1.9 billion adults were overweight according to The World Health Organisation.

     From ‘Supersize me’ menu options to 50% extra free pack offers, no wonder consumers are overeating. It’s no secret that we as modern consumers can’t resist a bargain and larger packs generally tend to be better value for money and with these incentives it’s easy to give in.

  • Food Glorious Food

     Are you worried about what you’re having for breakfast tomorrow and where it’s coming from? You could argue your local supermarket but actually it’s a lot wider than that. As the population increases along with food waste and climate change food supply is becoming a greater worry than ever. 

  • E-commerce packaging

    The UK is currently the world’s second largest online grocery market according to IGD whose worth is expected to almost double to reach $28 billion in just 5 years. So can retailers and packaging companies afford to miss out on these online grocery opportunities but also deliver on functionality and sustainability?

  • Salmon

    Seafood appears to be an increasingly popular protein source for consumers, especially with the rise in consumption of sushi together with growing numbers of health conscious consumers making a link between fish and well being. Surf and turf dining options and ready-to-cook products are also beginning to attract more millennials. However, despite this apparent popularity, overall volume sales of fish and shellfish are forecast to drop by 13% to 329 million kilograms by 2019.