Fraser McKevitt - Kantar Worldpanel

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We have not seen sustained market growth of this kind since May 2013.feedback
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Sep 19 2017 Aldi
Fraser McKevitt has most recently been quoted in an article called German discounter Lidl overtakes Waitrose to become UK’s seventh largest grocer. Fraser McKevitt said, “All four of Britain's biggest grocers managed to grow sales for the fifth consecutive period, a run of collective success not seen since 2013. However, this welcome period if sustained growth hasn't been enough to entirely offset pressure from the discounters.”. Fraser McKevitt has been quoted a grand total of 28 times in 23 articles.
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Apr 04 2017 - Aldi

We expect inflation to continue to accelerate, and as a result we're likely to see consumers looking for cheaper alternatives. A reduction in promotional activity means the proportion of spending on promotions now stands at just 32.9% – 5.5 percentage points lower than last year.feedback

Mar 07 2017

Staples such as butter, tea and fish all saw prices rise by more than 5pc during the past 12 weeks, as fruit and vegetables – many of which are imported – also saw an uptick in price. However, it's important to point out that inflation is still far from universal, with prices actually falling across a number of categories including crisps, bacon and eggs.feedback

Mar 07 2017 - OECD

While consumers may be starting to feel a very slight pinch, increased inflation has led to overall market growth. Simultaneously, combined sales at the UK's four largest supermarkets increased by 0.5% year on year.feedback

Feb 07 2017 - Aldi

Underpinned by an extensive programme of store openings, the past quarter has seen Aldi attract 826,000 more shoppers than during the same period last year.feedback

Feb 07 2017 - Aldi

If prices continue to rise at the same rate for the rest of 2017, shoppers will find themselves around 27 pounds ($33.39)worse off.feedback

Jan 10 2017 - Christmas

The long-anticipated return to inflation suggests that the speed of growth in the overall market will continue to hasten in 2017, and both consumers and retailers will be looking at ways to avoid increasing the cost of the weekly shop.feedback

Dec 13 2016

Tesco's volume sales are growing faster than its value sales, particularly in the meat and fresh produce categories.feedback

Dec 13 2016

Despite widespread anticipation of higher prices shoppers are yet to feel the pinch of rising inflation.feedback

Nov 15 2016 - Christmas

We're likely to see prices starting to creep up again in December, unless retailers choose Christmas to unleash a new round of price cuts.feedback

Oct 18 2016

Tesco has attracted a further 228,000 shoppers through its doors to help the grocer grow to a 28.2 percent share of the market - its first year-on-year market share gain since 2011. Sales growth has been strongest among family shoppers, while improved trading from its larger supermarket and Extra stores has supported this month's gains.feedback

Jul 26 2016

The EU referendum result has had no immediate impact on the prices retailers are charging or the sales volumes consumers are buying over the past 12 weeks.feedback

Jun 28 2016 - Aldi

The immediate economic uncertainty is unlikely to cause a substantial fall in grocery volumes, as demonstrated by the 2008 financial crisis when basic food, drinks and household sales proved resilient.feedback

May 04 2016 - Aldi

This marks the first time that each of the big four has simultaneously witnessed a drop in sales since April 2015.feedback

Apr 05 2016

A small increase in shopper numbers suggests Tesco could return to growth in the next few months; welcome news after 12 months in decline.feedback

Mar 08 2016

Britain's second largest supermarket's sales rose 0.5 percent year-on-year in the 12 weeks to Feb. 28 an outcome that represents the longest run of growth for any of the big four since March 2013.feedback

Oct 20 2015 - Aldi

With like-for-like grocery prices 1.7 percent lower than last year, the supermarket price war shows no signs of abating.feedback

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