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  • Over half (56%) consume tea everyday, with just over three quarters of consumers drinking tea on a weekly basis.
  • In the UK, noodles to go products are most likely to be perceived as cheap and cheerful (63%); particularly by women.
  • Three quarters (74%) of those buying alternative milks did this as they felt it was better for their health
  • One in four Brits aren’t prepared to spend any longer than two minutes making their breakfast on a weekday
  • Unbiased opinions about the most challenging topics facing people at work today ...
  • The kick off of the FIFA 2018 World Cup is a clear leader for awareness this July.
  • Snack brands are mixing things up! A new wave of innovative, healthy, low-calorie snack options has been taking over the UK market.
  • 8 out of 10 Brits consume chocolate at least once a week, with 29% consuming chocolate on a daily basis. Just 4% never eat chocolate.
  • The GDPR data privacy regulations coming into force in the UK tops our awareness ranking in June, closely followed by this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
  • Just over two-thirds of consumers drink alcoholic spirits – a quarter of whom would be more likely to buy ‘craft’ spirits rather than standard spirits.