The Grocer

19 April 2014

With latest figures for the grocery sector showing its lowest growth for 15 years, it is not surprising that supermarkets are looking to capitalise on the faster growing food to go sector.  With Waitrose and Tesco announcing new approaches to hospitality, The Grocer analysed the pitfalls and recipes for success. As Tesco is planning 80 outlets in the competitive London area, Kurt Salmon’s Mark O’Hanlon was quoted that the supermarket would have to “focus on the best end of its range and that one of the challenges will also be how to make it interesting and exciting for the customer from a branding perspective.”