We help our members to navigate the ever-changing food and drink landscape, offering crucial independent research and expertise. We turn information into actionable insights for daily decision-making and strategic planning.
We utilise a range of methodologies, such as primary research (from online surveys to focus groups) and EPOS data analysis. These insight services can equip you with a comprehensive understanding of the UK and Scottish market, both in retail and foodservice.
In essence, we can support your business growth by working with you on a one-to-one basis – it’s this tailored approach that gives you the edge.
Contact our Commercial Market Intelligence Manager, Hayley Bruce, on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 335 0947.
Unique to Scotland Food & Drink, Provenance Perceptions research conducted on behalf of our members looks to understand consumer perception of local and Scottish food and drink within retail and foodservice.?Discover more about Provenance Perceptions
The coffee and tea sector has held steady over the last year. Innovation in health and sustainability are key to drive sales in the category.?Hot brews: UK hot beverages category report
Consumers attitudes towards sweets and chocolates are changing. They demand high-quality products that promote more than just a good taste.Confectionery: A sweet success
Fish and seafood shoppers are changing. Shoppers would like to see a greater variety of fish and value added products on shelf and sustainability is important, too.Fish and Seafood: What's the catch?
The fruit and vegetable sector is seeing a revamp on shelves. Health and convenience are playing an essential part in current shoppers diets, which benefits category’s growth. However, food waste and plastic concerns are key issues in the category.Fruit and Veg: Waste not, want not