UK Convenience Market
We are forecasting the convenience market will grow by +8% in 2020, as renowned experts we can help you navigate this complex and fragmented channel. Using advanced analytics, robust market analysis and over 50,000 face to face and online interviews, our data comprehensively captures the market and shopper trends that are critical to any business looking to grow share in this competitive channel.
Grocery Data Index – Retailer Rankings
Authoritative market sizing data tracking the performance of grocery operators, providing market rankings based on retailer turnover and outlet numbers, segmented by sub-channels.
Convenience Tracking Programme
The authority on the complex and fragmented UK convenience market, supporting suppliers and retailers with data, forecasting, retailer analysis and path to purchase insight.
Wholesale data and insight solutions
Our solutions cover retail and foodservice operator benchmarking, behavioural insight, digital expertise and consultative support to help you navigate the complex UK wholesale sector.
Discover how DCS Group is utilising our extensive market and shopper data
DCS Group subscribes to our Convenience Tracking Programme (CTP) due to the extensive data and insights provided on the convenience market, as well as the consistent tracking of the changing shopper behaviour during coronavirus lockdown.
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Throughout lockdown, consumers have depended more on convenience stores for products they are unable to find elsewhere, as well as for quick top-ups as they limit their time outdoors. Chilled dairy has benefitted significantly here, appearing in 35% of Convenience shopper’s baskets under lockdown, a 70% increase since February. With 58% of consumers now working from home and daily routines having undergone significant shifts, nearly half of consumers say they are now snacking more frequently. Crisps and snacks have benefitted here, while there is an opportunity for retailers in stocking bigger pack sizes. Which products have benefitted under lockdown?…