Opinion on Savory Snacks in United Kingdom

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BakeMark: multiple megatrends make for spicy combination

BakeMark has launched Spicy Naans, a snack product that the company hopes will capitalize on the on-the-go and ethnic snack trends. With this move, BakeMark will be well placed to gain a share of the UK's $15 billion plus snack market. Furthermore, it underscores the need for new food offerings to be aligned with at least one current megatrend, especially in congested markets.

Published By Datamonitor
13 Jul 2005
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Bored commuters drive 'on the move' snacking

Britons are Europe's biggest on-the-go eaters and drinkers spending a total of GBP12.3 billion on snacks while on the move in 2004. Datamonitor research has shown that longer and more frequent journeys, changing working patterns, and a rising number of missed meals have all contributed to the growth of on-the-move snacking.

Published By Datamonitor
14 Jan 2005
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Breakfast cereals: gaining share in Western Europe

According to nutritionists, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But new research has shown that even in the UK, Europe's largest cereal market, almost a third of school children do not eat breakfast. Manufacturers hoping to increase share in less developed European markets should concentrate on extolling the healthy virtues of cereals.<BR />

Published By Datamonitor
31 Jan 2003
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Brits step out of the kitchen

Britons are continuing to abandon traditional sit down family meals in favor of snacks. Rigid and structured mealtimes have become more informal, fragmented and less important than ever. However, even though consumers are increasing their snack consumption, choosing 'pit-stop' dining and eating on-the-go, health concerns are still weighing on their minds.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jun 2005
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Brits top the polls for impulse snacking

It is now well recognized that consumers are snacking more. However, British snackers are becoming increasingly difficult to please as their demand for healthy and 'guilt free indulgence' snacks increases. Datamonitor's Daniel Bone explains that the key to success lies in recognizing the core trends that are having the most profound effect on consumer preferences and buying behavior...

Published By Datamonitor
07 May 2004
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Burger King: a whopper of an auction

Diageo, the drinks giant, is about to announce the identity of Burger King's new owner. CEO John Dasburg's recent changes have already begun to turn BK around, improving its chances once the divorce is complete. Diageo, meanwhile, is trying to focus on its core drinks business - but growth here has been worse than the company hoped.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Jul 2002
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Burger King: fast food makeover

Following the fast food chain's announcement of disappointing results Burger King has been lined up for divestment by parent firm Diageo. However, BK has plenty of potential. A management buy-out could give it the opportunity to make a clean break and revamp its image.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Feb 2002
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Burger King: getting its house in order

The US fast-food giant, currently owned by Diageo, will open 35 stores in the UK, creating 1,250 jobs. The company also plans to open up to 300 new outlets in the next five years in the UK. Burger King is going through a tricky time at the moment - its parent wants to sell it, not invest in growth, but at the same time it needs to improve its results so Diageo can get a decent price.

Published By Datamonitor
03 Jan 2002
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Burger King: time for an insider take-away

It's about time too. Diageo has little interest in fast food, while Burger King's internal management and franchisees are equally unimpressed with the UK parent. A management buyout would give the troubled fast-food operator a chance to put up a much stronger competitive threat to its key rival, McDonald's.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Mar 2002
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Burger King: under the hammer

Whoever takes on the fast food giant will have their work cut out to catch up the ground it has lost to archrival McDonalds. Yet Burger King retains a number of key strengths, including a strong brand. Given favorable circumstances and a committed buyer, the chain could turn its performance around.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Mar 2002

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