BMi Thirsty Thoughts: Tea
May 9th 2012, 07:29
BMi Researchâ€™s annual quantification of the tea market included an analysis of black tea, iced tea, rooibos and speciality tea. The mainstay of the market remains with black tea which commands a 58.3% share of overall market volumes.
>Read more in the Annual Market Quantification (December 2011)
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Itâ€™s a fact that in times of recession, luxury items are the first to get the chop from the shopping list. But if recent consumer research is anything to go by, South Africans are investing more in their health and wellbeing, despite the increased price tag and supressed economic climate.
Professional shoppers will be seen more frequently in the aisles of large and boutique retailers.
Private Labels will continue to grow and not just in-the-background, budget-friendly brands aimed at cash-strapped consumers but rather, as significant players in the retail space.
The report gives insights on market trends for Black Tea, Iced Tea, Rooibos and Speciality Tea.
New CEO for Pick n Pay
03/10/2012 - 10:18
Johannesburg - Pick n Pay Stores [JSE:PIK] announced on Wednesday that after an extensive international search, it has appointed Richard Brasher, the former Tesco board member, as Pick n CEO effective from February 2013.
One of SAâ€™s most popular national retail centre
28/09/2012 - 14:57
Norwood Mallâ€™s new tenant mix, including anchor tenants Pick n Pay, Woolworths, Dis-Chem and, latest addition, Food Loverâ€™s Market, has created one of the most commanding retail attractions for a centre of its size.
Sales of 'smart devices' soar globally
27/09/2012 - 09:20
Washington - Global sales of so-called smart connected devices - computers, smartphones and tablets - rose sharply in the past quarter, driven by smartphones and tablets, a survey showed Wednesday.
Retailers Can Capture More Sales at Front End: Research
26/09/2012 - 08:34
Retailers may be missing incremental sales opportunities at the front end, according to recent front-end best practices gleaned from research completed by Wrigley.
Tiger Brands acquires a 63.35% shareholding interest in Dangote Flour Mills in Nigeria
25/09/2012 - 08:54
Tiger Brands Limited (â€śTiger Brandsâ€ť) and Dangote Industries Limited (â€śDangoteâ€ť) are pleased to announce they have executed a share sale and purchase agreement which will result in Tiger Brands acquiring a 63.35% shareholding in Dangote Flour Mills Plc (â€śDangote Flour Millsâ€ť) for approximately R1.5 billion from Dangote. The transaction is expected to be effected during the first week of October 2012.