So very Moorish 13 September 2019 Stuart Procter and Ben Tish on the North African-inspired cuisine of Fitzrovia’s Norma, the Stafford Collection’s first standalone restaurant
In this week's issue... So very Moorish Stuart Procter and Ben Tish on the North African-inspired cuisine of Fitzrovia’s Norma, the Stafford Collection’s first standalone restaurant
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The rise of the ‘grab and go' market

11 August 2016 by
The rise of the ‘grab and go' market

It's a booming sector fuelling our busy lives. Richard McComb reports on new developments in the ‘grab and go' market

Consumers want "food on the move" at all hours of the day and the pressure is on to innovate with tasty products and seductive displays. According to IGD ShopperVista, there are five different occasions, or "missions," for

food-to-go shoppers: breakfast, drinks, lunch, snacks and leisure. The statistics are compelling. The company's survey found that 28% of the UK's adult population has bought a product on the go for breakfast in the past month - a figure that rises to 70% for lunch. Product choice, quality and taste are big drivers.

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