Supermarkets

Supermarket beer 188% more affordable than thirty years ago, study finds

A study from the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) has revealed that beer sold in supermarkets is 188% more affordable than it was in 1987, with affordability having risen by 22% since 2012.

Champagne sells 4m fewer bottles in the UK in 2017

Sales of Champagne in UK retailers fell by 20% in 2017, and the total British market for the fizz has shrunk by around four million bottles in the past 12 months.

‘Premiumisation’ is driving rise in supermarket alcohol sales, according to analysts

The 'premiumisation' of alcohol sold in supermarkets has caused alcohol sales to soar, according to an analyst at Kantar Worldpanel.

Aldi and Lidl are Britain’s fastest-growing supermarkets

Aldi and Lidl became the UK's fastest-growing supermarkets in the final weeks before Christmas, according to new figures.

Aldi to launch online wine service

September 28th, 2015

Price war threatens Prosecco

September 2nd, 2015

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