One of the UK’s leading food companies, Premier Foods, have said that sales of Super Noodles and the instant potatoes, Smash, as well as Lloyd Grossman’s sauces have increased sharply a people are making effort to stock up their cupboard with relevant items as the coronavirus-due lockdown continues.
The brand’s owners have said that demands for its Cadbury and Mr Kipling home based kits were also up on sale figures.
Premier Food credited the “exceptional” demand last month to more meals being eating at home.
After the updates of the trading figures, share in the business jumped 17%.
According to consumer analysts, Kantar, in March the average UK household spent an extra £62.92 on supermarket goods, which is the equivalent of five days’ worth of groceries.