THE HOT ISSUES
Key takeaways from food on the go
Market drivers and inhibitors in food on the go
Strategies for success
Main issues in food on the go:
The scan and go apps - the story so far
The scan and go apps - what’s next and Amazon’s looming shake-up of the convenience sector
How to build loyalty within food on the go
Retailers beyond the grocers are expanding their food on the go ranges
RETAILER PROFILES
Tesco
Sainsbury’s
ASDA
Morrisons
Aldi
Lidl
Marks & Spencer
Co-op
Waitrose & Partners
Retailer comparison
CONSUMER INSIGHTS
Headlines
Consumer purchase penetration
Consumer purchase profile
Consumer profile of diet-specific food on the go shoppers
Food on the go purchase frequency, by gender and age
Food on the go spend per visit, by gender and age
Food on the go spend per visit and purchase frequency by dietary requirement
Purchase penetration for individual food on the go products
Shopper profiles by gender and age for commonly selected food on the go products
Retailer usage for food on the go
Retailer usage for food on the go by demographic
Retailer usage for food on the go by diet
Reasons for food on the go retailer preference
The percentage of food on the go shoppers who also use the relevant retailer as their main source for food and groceries
Reasons for switching to M&S and Co-op for food on the go purchases
Food on the go purchase motivators
Penetration of food on the go shoppers who have bought food on the go for the specified reason in the last three months
Improvement suggestions for food on the go
Improvement suggestions for food on the go by retailer
Motivators for not purchasing food on the go
METHODOLOGY
Consumer survey information
Appendix