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Hot Topic: Frozen Food - 2018

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Hot Topic: Frozen Food-2018

Summary

"Hot Topic: Frozen Food-2018", report provides in-depth analysis of the following: the hot issues affecting the market, strategies for success, key trends, retailer profiles, and consumer data. Consumer data is based on our 2018 frozen food survey, using a panel of 2,000 nationally representative UK consumers.

This report offers comprehensive insight into the frozen food market in the UK, analysing the market drivers and inhibitors, the major players, the main trends, and consumer attitudes.

Scope

- Older shoppers remain more likely to purchase frozen food, but tend to spend a lower proportion of their total food spend on frozen goods than younger shoppers. 78.1% of 55+ frozen shoppers spend less than 20.0% of food spend on frozen.

- Females are more likely to purchase frozen food than males, and are motivated by frozen food lasting longer (58.4%) and having frozen food 'just in case' (64.8%).

- 22.1% of shoppers buy frozen food from a different supermarket than their usual grocer, driven by range (62.5%) and price (43.1%).

- Non-food retailers are growing their frozen food proposition through acquisitions and partnerships with frozen food specialists, with The Range trialling Iceland concessions and B&M purchasing Heron Foods.

Reasons to buy

- Determine the market drivers and inhibitors, including premiumisation, quality perception and social media, in order to gather insight into strategies for future success.

- Understand how non-food retailers are pushing into the frozen food market with concessions, partnerships and acquisitions, providing you with a clearer view of how market changes will present opportunities for expanding relationships.

- Learn the differences in demographic behaviour within frozen food, and why older shoppers remain more likely to purchase frozen goods, allowing you to better tailor product ranges to maximise sales.

- Recognise consumer motivators within frozen food and learn why a high proportion of shoppers switch for frozen food purchases, providing a basis for you to create strategies that help retain customers.

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Scope

Table of Contents

THE HOT ISSUES

Market drivers and inhibitors in frozen food

Strategies for success

Main issues in frozen food:

Non-food discounters are growing their frozen proposition through acquisitions and partnerships

Consumers are willing to increase shopping time, and number of visits, to decrease overall spend

Listeria outbreak

CO2 shortage

Category dynamics, market size, 2013-2023e

RETAILER PROFILES

The Big Four-Tesco, Sainsbury's, ASDA, Morrisons

The discounters-Aldi and Lidl

The frozen food specialists-Iceland and Farmfoods

Retailer comparison-future outlook to 2019

CONSUMER INSIGHTS

Headlines

Consumer purchase penetration

Frozen food purchase frequency

Consumer purchase penetration by sub-category

Frozen food as a proportion of total food & grocery spend

Purchase motivators for frozen food

Retailer usage for frozen food

Proportion of consumers changing retailer to buy frozen food

Motivators for switching retailer for frozen food purchases

Consumer dietary requirements

Consumer purchase penetration by diet

Consumer improvement suggestions for frozen food departments

Motivators for not purchasing frozen food

METHODOLOGY

Consumer survey information


List Of Figure

List of Figures

Frozen food market size and growth rates, 2013-23e

Frozen food consumer penetration, split by demographic and geographical region

Frozen food purchase frequency, split by demographics

Frozen food sub-category consumer penetration

Frozen food as a proportion of total grocery spend, split by demographic

Retailer usage by frozen food shoppers and percentage of shoppers that use this retailer for their usual shop

Consumer data for switching of retailers in frozen food

Consumer penetration for those that follow a particular dietary regime

Frozen food consumer penetration, split by specific dietary regime


List Of Table

List of Tables

Proportion of retailers' shoppers who switched to Iceland and Farmfoods for frozen food

Market size growth rates by inflation and volume, 2013-23e

Retailer comparison-future outlook to 2019

Motivators for purchasing frozen food, split by demographic

Motivators for switching retailer when purchasing frozen food, split by demographic

Improvement suggestions for frozen food departments, split by demographic

Motivators for not purchasing frozen food

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Products and Companies

Products

Acquisitions, Ageing population, CO2 Shortage, Concessions, Convenience, Creative packaging, Food, Freezer space, Frozen food, Grocery, Listeria, Market sizing, Mergers, Non-grocers, Partnerships, Premiumisation, Product tailoring, Quality perception, Social media, Switching retailers


Companies

Aldi

ASDA

B&M

Co-op

Farmfoods

Heron Foods

Iceland

Lidl

Marks & Spencer

Morrisons

Ocado

Sainsbury's

Tesco

The Range

Waitrose