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The Food Industry Market Review 2006 Product Image

The Food Industry Market Review 2006

  • ID: 340229
  • May 2006
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • 278 Pages
  • Key Note Publications Ltd

This Market Review focuses on the five main sectors of the UK food market: meat and meat products; fish and fish products; fruit and vegetables; dairy products, eggs, oils and fats; and bread, cakes, biscuits and cereals. A sixth sector, other foods, comprises a variety of food items that are not covered elsewhere in the Review. Both fresh and processed products are included, but sugar and sweet products, alcoholic drinks, and hot and cold beverages (including fruit juices, tea and coffee) are excluded. The emphasis is on the retail market, rather than on the wholesale or catering markets.

Between 2001 and 2005, UK consumer expenditure on the food items covered by this Review increased by 11.7% at current prices, to £51.55bn. Fruit and vegetables, and fish and fish products, saw the strongest growth, but all the core sectors of the market increased in value over the period. Sales of meat and meat products have recovered since 2001, as consumers have regained their confidence in a product that was beset by problems over the previous 10 years. However, the recent outbreak of avian flu (confirmed as having reached Britain in April 2006) could once more plunge the sector into READ MORE >

Executive Summary

1. Market Overview
REPORT COVERAGE
REPORT BACKGROUND
ECONOMIC TRENDS
Gross Domestic Product
Table 1.1: UK Gross Domestic Product — Annual Chain-Linked Figures (£m), 2001-2005
Household Disposable Income
Table 1.2: Household Disposable Income per Capita (£), 2001-2005
Inflation
Table 1.3: UK Rate of Inflation (%), 2001-2005
Unemployment
Table 1.4: Actual Number of Unemployed Persons in the UK (million), 2001-2005
Population
Table 1.5: UK Resident Population Estimates by Sex (000), Mid-Years 2001-2005
MARKET SIZE
Table 1.6: UK Consumer Expenditure on Food by Sector at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 1.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Food by Sector at Current Prices (%), 2005
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Industry Synopsis
Table 1.7: Key Financial Ratios for UK Manufacturers of Food Products and Beverages† (£000, % and £), 2004/2005
Number of UK Businesses
Table 1.8: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises in the Food-Manufacturing Industry, 2001-2005
By Turnover
Table 1.9: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises in the Food-Manufacturing Industry by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Employment
Table 1.10: Number of Employee Jobs in the UK Agriculture, Fishing and Food-Manufacturing Sectors (000), June 2001-2005
Distribution
Table 1.11: Sales Through 'Predominantly Food Stores' at Current Prices (£m at rsp and index 2000=100), 2001-2005
Table 1.12: Sales Through `Predominantly Food Stores' by Type of Store at Current Prices (index 2000=100), 2001-2005
Figure 1.2: Sales Through `Predominantly Food Stores' by Type of Store at Current Prices (index 2000=100), 2001-2005
MARKET POSITION
Table 1.13: Total Household Expenditure and the Share Taken by Expenditure on Food at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005
KEY TRENDS
Health Issues
Organic Products
Demand for Convenience Products
Flavour
Year-Round Availability
LEGISLATION
Food Safety Act 1990
Food Labelling Regulations 1996
Food Standards Act 1999
KEY TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
Food and Drink Federation
National Farmers' Union

2. PEST Analysis
POLITICAL FACTORS
The Politicisation of Food and Health
ECONOMIC FACTORS
The Impact of the Economic Cycle
Trade Deficit and Supermarket Prices
Table 2.1: UK Farmgate Share of Retail Prices for a Basket of Food Items† (%), 1988 and 2004
Deflation
SOCIAL FACTORS
Convenience
Healthy Eating
TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS
Genetically Modified Foods
The Internet

3. Consumer Research
INTRODUCTION
CONSUMPTION OF READY MEALS
Table 3.1: Household Penetration of Packeted, Frozen and Chilled Ready Meals in the Last 12 Months by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers), March 2005
Table 3.2: Frequency of Household Consumption of Packeted, Frozen and Chilled Ready Meals by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers), 2005
USE OF RESTAURANTS
Table 3.3: Users of Restaurants in the Evening in the Last 3 Months by Type of Restaurant by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), March 2005
By Type of Cuisine
Table 3.4: Users of Restaurants in the Evening in the Last 3 Months by Type of Cuisine by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), March 2005

4. Competitive Structure
THE MARKETPLACE
MARKET LEADERS
Table 4.1: Selected Leading UK-Registered Food Manufacturers by Turnover and Pre-Tax Profit (£m), 2004/2005
Unilever PLC
Financial Results
Associated British Foods PLC
Financial Results
Nestlé Holdings (UK) PLC
Financial Results
Grampian Country Food Group Ltd
Financial Results
RHM PLC
Financial Results
Northern Foods PLC
Financial Results
Dairy Crest Group PLC
Financial Results
Premier Foods PLC
Financial Results
Uniq PLC
Financial Results
United Biscuits (UK) Ltd
Financial Results
HJ Heinz Company Ltd
Financial Results
OTHER COMPANIES
Fyffes PLC
Geest Ltd
Glanbia PLC
Bernard Matthews Ltd
OUTSIDE SUPPLIERS
MARKETING ACTIVITY
Table 4.2: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Food by Sector (£000), Years Ending December 2004 and 2005

5. Meat and Meat Products
DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
MARKET SIZE
By Volume
Table 5.1: New Supply of Meat for Domestic Use in the UK (000 tonnes and %), 1993/1995, 2002, 2003 and 2004
By Value
Table 5.2: UK Consumer Expenditure on Meat and Meat Products at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 5.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Meat and Meat Products at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Overseas Trade
SUPPLY STRUCTURE
UK Production
Table 5.3: UK Agricultural Livestock Numbers by Type of Animal (000), June 2000-2004
Number of Companies
Table 5.4: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Production, Preservation and Processing of Meat or Meat Products by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Employment
Table 5.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Production, Preservation and Processing of Meat or Meat Products by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Distribution
Table 5.6: UK Retail Sales of Fresh Meat by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
Trade Associations
British Poultry Meat Federation
Meat and Livestock Commission
MAJOR PLAYERS
Anglo Beef Processors Ltd
Bernard Matthews Ltd
Boparan Holdings Ltd
Grampian Country Food Group Ltd
Tulip Ltd
MARKETING ACTIVITY
Main Media Advertising Expenditure
Table 5.7: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Fresh and Frozen Meat (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 5.8: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Fresh and Frozen Poultry (£000), Year Ending December 2005
New Product Development
BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Fresh Meat
Table 5.9: Household Spending on Fresh Meat in the Last Week by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers), March 2005
Frozen Meat
Table 5.10: Household Spending on Frozen Meat in the Last Week by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers), March 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 5.11: Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Meat and Meat Products at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

6. Fish and Fish Products
DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
Health Concerns
Convenience
Environmental Concerns
Pricing Pressure
Wider Sourcing
MARKET SIZE
By Volume
Table 6.1: Household Consumption of Fish in the UK by Volume (000 tonnes), 2001-2005
By Value
Table 6.2: UK Consumer Expenditure on Fish and Fish Products at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 6.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Fish and Fish Products at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Overseas Trade
Table 6.3: UK Balance of Trade in Fish by Volume and Value (000 tonnes and £m), 2000-2004
SUPPLY STRUCTURE
UK Production
Number of Companies
Fishing and Fish Farms
Table 6.4: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Fishing and in the Operation of Hatcheries and Fish Farms by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Fish Processing and Preserving
Table 6.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Processing and Preserving of Fish by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Employment
Table 6.6: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in Fishing, in the Operation of Hatcheries and Fish Farms, and in the Processing and Preserving of Fish by Employment Sizeband (number), 2005
Distribution
Table 6.7: UK Retail Sales of Fresh and Frozen Fish by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
Trade Associations
Sea Fish Industry Authority
MAJOR PLAYERS
Dawnfresh Seafoods Ltd
Findus Ltd
HJ Heinz Company Ltd
Icelandic Group UK Ltd
Lyons Seafoods Ltd
Princes Ltd
Unilever Ice Cream & Frozen Food Ltd
Uniq PLC
Young's Bluecrest Seafood Holdings Ltd
MARKETING ACTIVITY
Main Media Advertising Expenditure
Table 6.8: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Fresh and Frozen Fish (£000), Year Ending December 2005
New Product Development
BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Frozen Fish Fingers
Table 6.9: Profile of Households Using Frozen Fish Fingers by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers using), 2005
Other Frozen Fish Products
Table 6.10: Profile of Households Using Other Frozen Fish Products by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers using), 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 6.11: Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Fish and Fish Products at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

7. Fruit and Vegetables
DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
Supermarkets Drive Sales
Supermarket Price Pressures
Healthy Eating and Convenience
Growth of Brands
Organics
MARKET SIZE
By Volume
Table 7.1: Per Capita Consumption of Fruit and Vegetables in the UK (grams per week), 2001/2002-2004/2005
By Value
Table 7.2: UK Consumer Expenditure on Fruit and Vegetables by Sector at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 7.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Fruit and Vegetables at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Overseas Trade
Table 7.3: The Apparent UK Market for Fruit and Vegetables by Volume (000 tonnes), 2000-2004
SUPPLY STRUCTURE
UK Production
Number of Companies
Table 7.4: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Growing of Vegetables, Horticultural and Nursery Products by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Employment
Table 7.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Growing of Vegetables, Horticultural and Nursery Products by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Distribution
Table 7.6: UK Retail Sales of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2001-2005
Table 7.7: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Specialising in the Retail of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Trade Associations
Assured Produce Scheme
Banana Group
British Potato Council
British Tomato Growers' Association
Freshfel Europe
Fresh Produce Consortium
MAJOR PLAYERS
Capespan International PLC
Christian Salvesen Foods
Del Monte Fresh Produce (UK) Ltd
Fyffes PLC
Geest Ltd
Greenvale AP Ltd
G's Marketing Ltd
MBM Produce Ltd
Unilever Ice Cream & Frozen Food Ltd
MARKETING ACTIVITY
Main Media Advertising Expenditure
Table 7.8: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Fresh Vegetables, Frozen Vegetables and Fresh Fruit (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 7.9: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Canned Vegetables and Pasta (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 7.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Canned Fruit (£000), Year Ending December 2005
New Product Development
BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Fresh Vegetables
Table 7.11: Household Spending on Fresh Vegetables in the Last Week by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers), March 2005
Fresh Fruit
Table 7.12: Household Spending on Fresh Fruit in the Last Week by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of main shoppers), March 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 7.13: Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Fruit and Vegetables at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

8. Dairy Products, Eggs, Oils and Fats
DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
Health
Growing Demand for Regional Products
Branding
Growing Demand for Indulgence and Premium Products
Convenience Products
MARKET SIZE
By Value
Table 8.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Dairy Products, Eggs, Oils and Fats by Sector at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 8.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Dairy Products, Eggs, Oils and Fats at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Liquid Milk
Cheese
Yoghurt and Chilled Desserts
Eggs
Oils
Yellow Fats
Overseas Trade
SUPPLY STRUCTURE
UK Production
Number of Companies
Dairy Products
Table 8.2: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Dairy Products by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Oils and Fats
Table 8.3: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Oils and Fats by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Employment
Dairy Products
Table 8.4: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Dairy Products by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Oils and Fats
Table 8.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Oils and Fats by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Distribution
Table 8.6: UK Retail Sales of Liquid Milk by Distribution Channel by Volume (%), 2001-2005
Table 8.7: UK Retail Sales of Dairy Products, Eggs, Oils and Fats by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
Trade Associations
British Cheese Board
Dairy Council
Dairy Industry Federation
Dairy UK
Margarine and Spreads Association
MAJOR PLAYERS
Arla Foods UK PLC
Dairy Crest Group PLC
Fromageries Bel
Glanbia PLC
Ilchester Cheese Company Ltd
Müller Dairy (UK) Ltd
North Downs Dairy Company Ltd
Unilever PLC
Uniq PLC
Robert Wiseman Dairies PLC
Yeo Valley Organic
MARKETING ACTIVITY
Main Media Advertising Expenditure
Table 8.8: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Milk and Milk Products (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.9: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Cheese (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Yoghurt and Fromage Frais (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.11: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Cream and Substitutes (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.12: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Dairy Ranges (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.13: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Eggs (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.14: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Butter (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.15: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Margarine and Low-Fat Spreads (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 8.16: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Cooking Fats (£000), Year Ending December 2005
New Product Development
BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Table 8.17: Penetration of Cheese by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Table 8.18: Penetration of Butter, Soft Margarine, Low-Fat Spreads and Yoghurt by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 8.19: Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Dairy Products, Eggs, Oils and Fats by Sector at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

9. Bread, Cakes, Biscuits and Cereals
DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
Brands Versus Own Labels
Health
Changes in Lifestyle
Eating Habits
Social and Demographic Trends
Working Patterns
Convenience and Snacking
Brand Extensions
MARKET SIZE
By Value
Table 9.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Bread, Cakes, Biscuits and Cereals† at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 9.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Bread, Cakes, Biscuits and Cereals† at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Bread and Bakery Products
Cakes and Biscuits
Breakfast Cereals
Pasta and Rice
Overseas Trade
SUPPLY STRUCTURE
Number of Companies
Bread and Bakery Products
Table 9.2: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Bread, Fresh Pastry Goods and Cakes by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Cakes and Biscuits
Table 9.3: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Rusks and Biscuits, Preserved Pastry Goods and Cakes by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Breakfast Cereals
Table 9.4: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Breakfast Cereals and Cereal-Based Foods by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Pasta
Table 9.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Macaroni, Noodles, Couscous and Similar Farinaceous Products by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Employment
Bread and Bakery Products
Table 9.6: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Bread, Fresh Pastry Goods and Cakes by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Cakes and Biscuits
Table 9.7: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Rusks and Biscuits, Preserved Pastry Goods and Cakes by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Breakfast Cereals
Table 9.8: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Breakfast Cereals and Cereal-Based Foods by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Pasta
Table 9.9: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Macaroni, Noodles, Couscous and Similar Farinaceous Products by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Distribution
Bread and Bakery Products
Table 9.10: UK Retail Sales of Bread and Bakery Products by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
Cakes and Biscuits
Table 9.11: UK Retail Sales of Cakes and Biscuits by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
Breakfast Cereals
Table 9.12: UK Retail Sales of Breakfast Cereals by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
Pasta and Rice
Table 9.13: UK Retail Sales of Pasta and Rice by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
Trade Associations
Association of Cereal Food Manufacturers
Biscuit, Cake, Chocolate and Confectionery Alliance
Federation of Bakers
Flour Advisory Bureau
MAJOR PLAYERS
Bread and Bakery Products
Allied Bakeries
British Bakeries Ltd
Fine Lady Bakeries Ltd
Fletchers Bakeries Ltd
Frank Roberts & Sons Ltd
Warburtons Ltd
Cakes and Biscuits
Burton's Foods Ltd
RHM PLC
Nestlé UK Ltd
Northern Foods PLC
United Biscuits (UK) Ltd
Breakfast Cereals
Cereal Partners UK
Dailycer Ltd
Kellogg Company of Great Britain Ltd
Quaker Oats Ltd
Weetabix Ltd
Pasta and Rice
MARKETING ACTIVITY
Main Media Advertising Expenditure
Bread and Bakery Products
Table 9.14: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Bread and Bakeries (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Cakes and Biscuits
Table 9.15: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Cakes and Fruit Pies (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 9.16: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Biscuits (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 9.17: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Crispbread and Crackers (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Breakfast Cereals
Table 9.18: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Ready-to-Eat Cereals (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 9.19: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Cereals Requiring Preparation (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 9.20: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Cereal Bars (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Pasta and Rice
Table 9.21: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Rice, Dried Pasta and Fresh Pasta (£000), Year Ending December 2005
New Product Development
Bread and Bakery Products
Cakes and Biscuits
Breakfast Cereals
BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Bread
Table 9.22: Penetration of Bread by Type (% of adults), 2003-2005
Frequency of Consumption
Table 9.23: Frequency of Bread Consumption (% of adults), 2003-2005
By Sex
Table 9.24: Frequency of Bread Consumption by Sex (% of adults), 2005
By Age
Table 9.25: Frequency of Bread Consumption by Age (% of adults), 2005
By Social Grade
Table 9.26: Frequency of Bread Consumption by Social Grade (% of adults), 2005
By Region
Table 9.27: Frequency of Bread Consumption by Region (% of adults), 2005
By Type of Bread
Table 9.28: Frequency of Bread Consumption by Type (% of adults), 2004 and 2005
Cakes
Table 9.29: Penetration of Cakes by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Biscuits
Table 9.30: Penetration of Biscuits by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Breakfast Cereals
Table 9.31: Penetration of Cold Breakfast Cereals by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Table 9.32: Penetration of Hot Breakfast Cereals by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Pasta
Table 9.33: Penetration of Fresh or Dried Pasta by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 9.34: Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Bread, Cakes, Biscuits and Cereals† at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

10. Other Foods
DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
Convenience
Health
MARKET SIZE
By Value
Table 10.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Other Foods at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 10.1: UK Consumer Expenditure on Other Foods at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Sauces and Condiments
Soup
Overseas Trade
Table 10.2: UK Balance of Trade in Condiments and Seasonings by Value (£000), 2004
SUPPLY STRUCTURE
UK Production
Number of Companies
Table 10.3: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Condiments and Seasonings by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Table 10.4: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Manufacture of Soup by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2005
Employment
Table 10.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Condiments and Seasonings by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Table 10.6: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in the Manufacture of Soup by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2005
Distribution
Table 10.7: UK Retail Sales of Other Foods by Type of Outlet by Value (%), 2005
MAJOR PLAYERS
MARKETING ACTIVITY
Main Media Advertising Expenditure
Table 10.8: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Sauces (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 10.9: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Condiments (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 10.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Canned Soup (£000), Year Ending December 2005
Table 10.11: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Packet (Dry) and Fresh Soup (£000), Year Ending December 2005
New Product Development
BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Tinned Soup
Table 10.12: Penetration of Tinned Soup by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Fresh Soup
Table 10.13: Penetration of Fresh Soup† by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 10.14: Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Other Foods at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

11. A Global Perspective
THE GLOBAL MARKET
Table 11.1: The Global Food Market by Sector at Current Prices (£bn at rsp), 2001-2005
Meat and Meat Products
Fish and Fish Products
Fruit and Vegetables
Dairy Products, Eggs, Oils and Fats
Bread, Cakes, Biscuits and Cereals
Other Foods

12. The Future
INTRODUCTION
Table 12.1: Forecasts for the UK Economy (%, million and 000), 2006-2010
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 12.2: Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Food by Sector at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010
MARKET GROWTH
Figure 12.1: Actual and Forecast UK Consumer Expenditure on Food at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2010
FUTURE TRENDS
Demographics
Table 12.3: Actual and Projected UK Population by Age Group (000), 2002, 2006 and 2011
Market Segmentation
New Product Development
Competitor Forecasts

13. Consumer Confidence
METHODOLOGY
KEY FINDINGS THIS QUARTER
THE WILLINGNESS TO BORROW
A Slow Start to 2006
Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing to Borrow in Order to Purchase Expensive Items at Current and Constant November 2004 Prices (£ and £bn), February 2005, May 2005, August 2005, November 2005 and February 2006
The Desire to Borrow Stays Strong
Table B: The Number of Adults Willing to Borrow in Order to Purchase Expensive Items (000 and %), February 2005, May 2005, August 2005, November 2005 and February 2006
THE WILLINGNESS TO SPEND FROM SAVINGS
Spending From Savings Declines
Table C: The Proportion of Adults Without Any Savings (%), February 2005, May 2005, August 2005, November 2005 and February 2006
Table D: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing to Spend from Savings in Order to Purchase Expensive Items at Current and Constant November 2004 Prices (£ and £bn), February 2005, May 2005, August 2005, November 2005 and February 2006
Consumers Increasingly Cautious
Table E: The Average Amounts Adults are Confident Spending to Purchase Expensive Items (£ and %), February 2005, May 2005, August 2005, November 2005 and February 2006

14. Further Sources
Associations
Publications
General Sources
Government Sources
Other Sources
Bisnode Sources

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