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A Stronger Tesco: Reasserting its Market Position

With its recent acquisition of Booker and strong annual results, LZ Retailytics forecasts show that Tesco will grow its UK leadership and surpass Carrefour to become Europe’s third largest grocery retailer by 2023.
Topics: Sainsbury's Tesco

Private Label - The Omnichannel Secret Weapon

Grocery e-commerce may be turning various established retail habits upside down, but it seems impossible for this format to neglect private labels. In Europe, the channel holds the second largest private label share.
Topics: Amazon Sainsbury's E. Leclerc Walmart Tesco

Growing Grocers: Europe’s Hidden High Flyers

LZ Retailytics has identified ten European grocery retailers which sit outside the top 40 ranking, whose sales growth is forecasted to thrash that of the top ranked grocers over the next five years.
Topics: Consum Cooperativa Eurospin Maxima Eurotorg ATB Axfood Globus Profi Dino

Local Heroes Rise in CEE

Central and Eastern European grocery retailers are growing twice as fast as their European peers. Where previously the discounters were chipping away at the large-area multinationals, now the local heroes are rising to meet evolving consumer needs.
Topics: Lenta ATB X5 Retail Group

Germany: A New Era Beyond Price Begins

The German grocery retail ranking for 2017 shows that the top retailers have been able to extend their lead. Many smaller players are having difficulties to catch up, and the uptrading trend will only accelerate consolidation.
Topics: Amazon Edeka Lekkerland Rossmann Schwarz Group dm Aldi Rewe Group Globus Metro Group Norma Metro AG Feneberg Budnikowsky

Discount Drives Dansk Supermarked to #1 by 2019

LZ Retailytics forecasts Dansk Supermarked will become the largest grocery retailer in Denmark in 2019. Driven by expansion of its popular Netto discount banner, it will then overtake the current market leader, Coop Danmark.
Topics: Reitangruppen Dansk Supermarked Dagrofa Coop Danmark (DK)

Troubled Carrefour Tries its Luck Online

Photo: LZ
French retailer Carrefour has taken giant leaps forward to optimise and downsize its hypermarkets, while earmarking EUR2.8bn to fuel online growth. Will this be enough to offset erosion of its market share and improve profitability?
Topics: Carrefour

Discounters – The Supermarkets of Tomorrow

Discounters are mutating into supermarkets, adding brands, freshness and service. Will Lidl and Aldi sacrifice their success model for quick sales gains? Or is “supermarketisation” the next step towards international leadership?
Topics: Edeka Schwarz Group Aldi Rewe Group

Discounter Battles in Poland

Photo: LZ
David against Goliath in Poland: How Lidl pushes is pushing Biedronka into to pursue an upmarket strategy and in a price war at the same time.
Topics: Schwarz Group Jerónimo Martins Aldi Dansk Supermarked

Poland Limits Sunday Trade

From 1st of March 2018 the law restricting Sunday retail trade has come into force in Poland, with the first non-trading Sunday scheduled to be 11th March. Controversial discussions regarding the scope of application had moved the Ministry to publish a Q&A document, explaining the law’s interpretation.
Topics: Jerónimo Martins