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Denise Klug (Senior Retail Analyst)

Denise Klug (Senior Retail Analyst)

Recent Posts by Denise Klug (Senior Retail Analyst):

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 Tesco E. Leclerc Sainsbury's Walmart

Lidl Pulls Plug on Streaming Service

Schwarz Group’s discount banner Lidl is to end its German entertainment streaming service Lidl You by the end of March.
Topics: Schwarz Group

Agecore Puts Nestlé Under Pressure

In an attempt to achieve better buying conditions, buying group Agecore reportedly considers delisting 160 items from Nestlé. Agecore is said to promises an increased amount of more effective campaigns across Europe in exchange for improved conditions.
Topics: Edeka Conad Eroski Coop (CH) Les Mousquetaires Intermarché Colruyt Group

Netto (Edeka) Increases Promotional Efforts

Edeka’s discount store chain Netto is currently boosting its promotional levels, LZ Retailytics has detected. Currently, the German value player provides coupon stickers in its leaflets. Shoppers can place these on products that they would like to get a discount on, from five to 20%.
Topics: Edeka

Edeka Delivers into Shopper Homes

Edeka’s grocery e-commerce operation Bringmeister has started to deliver goods directly to shoppers’ fridges. The German market leader is working in partnership with household service Cary in Berlin, which uses smart locks to gain access.
Topics: Edeka

Aldi Nord and Süd Launch Animal Welfare Private Label

Aldi Süd and Nord in Germany have launched an own brand line for meat, focused on animal welfare. The range is called ‘Fair & Gut’ (Fair & Good) and combines the welfare standards of several well-established independent labels.
Topics: Aldi

Colruyt Launches Social App

Colruyt has launched a social app called Apporto. The app is designed to be used by less mobile customers, who can ask people to do their shopping for them.
Topics: Colruyt Group

Albert Heijn Launches Tap, Grab and Go in the Netherlands

Dutch market leader Albert Heijn has started its test of a checkout-less store, named ‘Tap to Go’. It works by shoppers tapping a card against the respective price tag on the shelf if they want to buy a product.
Topics: Ahold Delhaize

Colruyt Fights Hard to Defend Price Leadership

Colruyt remains the most affordable retail banner in Belgium, but pays for the price leadership with a decline in gross profit.
Topics: Colruyt Group

Only A Question of Time? Amazon Considers Operating Physical Stores in Germany

“The question is not ‘if’ but ‘when’”, this was the response from Ralf Kleber – Amazon Germany’s boss – when asked whether there are any plans to operate physical stores in its most important European market.
Topics: Amazon