August brought a diverse range of activities across the grocery retailers.
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Many retailers experienced a lull in July, and as summer promotions gradually faded, it ironically mirrored the washout weather.
Sainsbury’s again stole the show with their approach to Father's Day, having strong retailer comms and allowing brands to show their creativity within the event.
May was a quieter month after the King’s Coronation instore celebrations and this was despite the big 4 grocery retailers starting their promotional push for Summer.
A little later than normal this month as we waited to incorporate a section discovering how the retail industry celebrated the King’s Coronation.
In the digital sphere, Mother’s Day took centre stage, along with tips for reducing food waste and cause-related activities across the major grocery multiples.
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Valentine’s Day, to Ramadan and then on to Easter, event-based comms stole the show in the grocery multiples.
Alongside our usual UK tour, we also take a dive into the online world to see what messages shoppers are receiving from key retailers, as well as taking a trip to the southern hemisphere to see what brands in South Africa are doing (thanks Emily)!