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Supermarkets sweep up 17 months of consecutive growth

Supermarket sales have increased in value by 3.1% compared with last year according to the latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel.

Physical entertainment back in growth as games level up

A great year for games in the UK, with promising signs for the festive season.

Kantar Worldpanel UK 2016 in review

And looking ahead to 2017 and beyond

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Have we reached peak supermarket promotion?

British shoppers spent £1 billion less on promotions in 2016 than they did last year

Grocery shopping trolley
Gaming back in growth despite shopper decline

Latest entertainment retail barometer from Kantar Worldpanel

Which cheese is grater?

Exploring Britain’s £2.8 billion cheese market

Grated cheese
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