Ditch supermarkets, Booker boss urges food suppliers

By Michael Stones contact

- Last updated on GMT

Are British supermarkets approaching their sell-by date? Charles Wilson of Booker thinks he knows the answer
Are British supermarkets approaching their sell-by date? Charles Wilson of Booker thinks he knows the answer
Food suppliers should ditch “no-growth supermarkets” in favour of high-growth areas of the food market, such as online and food discount channels, advises Charles Wilson, ceo of Booker, Britain’s largest cash and carry wholesaler.

Survey

Is Charles Wilson right? Are British supermarkets approaching their sell-by date?

  • No chance. Supermarkets tick too many boxes for modern consumers.

    13%
  • Yes he has got a point. The supermarket hare is evolving into a tortoise.

    25%
  • Up to a point. But the best supermarkets will adapt to consumers' changing preferences.

    58%
  • Don't know.

    4%

Related news

Show more

Related products

show more

The Future of the Manufacturing CFO

The Future of the Manufacturing CFO

SAGE | 18-Mar-2020 | Technical / White Paper

Although controlling costs and keeping an eye on margins is still within the remit of manufacturing CFOs, they are now under pressure to become a business...

Modern ERP system enables food waste reduction

Modern ERP system enables food waste reduction

Epicor | 05-Sep-2019 | Technical / White Paper

We’re all becoming increasingly aware and mindful of wastage in our personal lives. Food waste is already a significant concern for the food and beverage...

Related suppliers

Follow us

Products

View more

Webinars