In these unprecedented circumstances, a sustainable food system is increasingly important to consumers. To help your business plan for the pandemic and beyond, IGD has developed hypotheses of how the UK sustainability agenda will evolve in the short and longer term.

Exploring how retailers and manufacturers globally are continuing to commit to and invest in sustainability initiatives.

In this report we focus on six hypotheses for how health and wellness trends may develop in the future. We showcase examples from around the world where things are changing as a result of the pandemic and consider what trends we saw before COVID-19. 

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The initial report of the UK government-commissioned National Food Strategy has been published, offering a number of recommendations to government to encourage healthy eating and to protect food standards. The document is written by Henry Dimbleby, lead non-executive board member of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and co-founder of the Leon food-to-go chain. He consulted...
Saigon Co.op, operator of a leading supermarket chain in Vietnam, launched a sustainable consumption campaign from 6th to 30th June. This event is held in partnership with SaiGonGiaiphong (Liberated Saigon) newspaper. Promotion of green initiatives More than 500,000 participants have shared the program on social networks to spread the word to shoppers. For the “Green Challenge” project, eac...
Central Food Retail has launched its first health food store in Tops Market, CentralPlaza Chengwattana, one of its flagshop supermarkets. Source: Central Food Retail   The store is launched under the slogan “Nature’s Delights for a Healthy Life” which offers a complete range of health products to meet all health and wellness-oriented lifestyles. The re...

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To survive and indeed thrive, businesses need to know and understand these four forces and assess the potential impacts and opportunities for their business, and then apply this thinking to their future plans and strategies.

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