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Display – The Grocer’s Top 100 Brands

From June 18,  we will be launching the new display of The Grocer’s Top 100 UK Grocery Brands. The exhibition is formed around Britain’s Biggest Brands, The Grocer’s annual list, which is developed in association with NielsenIQ.

The display reflects the trends in the British public’s post-lockdown shopping habits. With rises in sales seen for on-the-go products such as Lucozade Alert and Wrigley’s chewing gum. Brits thankfully stopped stockpiling loo-roll, evening out sales for brands such as Andrex. Other newfound lockdown habits continued, as the population seems to have a kept their preference for posh ready meals from British brand Charlie Bingham’s.

To celebrate all brands, on June 18 there will be 100 goodie bags to give away to our first 100 visitors over the weekend! So grab a ticket to support us and them!

Adam Leyland – Editor-in-Chief, The Grocer says “The Museum of Brands captures Britain’s rich history as a maker and developer of brilliant brands. In a time of huge upheaval, through Covid, Brexit and now the cost-of-living crisis, this exhibition brings history right up to date, showcasing the development of old, familiar brands and the rise of exciting new brands that challenge the status quo through their innovation.”

 

Admission tickets to the Museum include full access to our exhibitions. By buying a ticket you are helping us to continue with our mission. The Museum of Brands is a registered Charity no. 1093538.