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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: Globus Eurospin Axfood Maxima ATB Eurotorg Consum Cooperativa Dino Profi

Ica Gruppen's Year Overshadowed by Axfood's

Swedish grocery leader Ica Gruppen delivered convincing sales growth across all its grocery formats in 2017. Still, its competitor Axfood beat the grocery leader both when it comes to sales growth rates and like-for-likes.
Topics: ICA Gruppen Axfood

Lenta Focuses on Private Labels

Russian Lenta wants to strengthen its market position by expanding its food private labels. The retailer will focus on the standard and premium private label segments to increase customer loyalty. As a result, the company targets a revenue share of 18-20%, up from currently 12-14%.
Topics: Lenta Axfood Kesko Schwarz Group

Axfood the Vanguard for Flexitariarism

Yesterday, Axfood opened its new Hemköp City flagship store which is piloting the banner’s new Vego concept for vegetarian food. The main aim is to inspire so-called flexitarian shoppers to try alternatives to meat by co-merchandising the two within each category.
Topics: Axfood

Axfood Starts Online Pharmacy

Axfood is to launch an online pharmacy through a jointly-owned e-commerce company called Hubia. Other shareholders are Novax, Axfood’s investment subsidiary, and the three entrepreneur founders of the site LensOn, selling lenses online.
Topics: Axfood

Axfood Acquires Yet Another Online Grocer

Axfood has acquired the pre-packed grocery bag specialist Middagsfrid. According to the Swedish grocery retailer, the company delivers to around 300 Swedish towns and cities and last year had a turnover of approximately SEK75mn. (EUR7.92mn).
Topics: Axfood

Axfood Happy with Online Grocery Trials

Swedish grocery retailer Axfood has decided to expand the grocery e-commerce trial for its Willys budget superstore chain. In addition to Stockholm, Gothenburg, Uppsala and Norrköping the retailer is now expanding both click & collect and home delivery to the third largest city Malmö, northern outpost Luleå, Köping and Bro.
Topics: Axfood