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Multichannel Dominates Europe's Online Grocery Top 10

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Europe’s online grocery Top 10 will remain dominated by mature multichannel players — and Amazon will need to acquire its way in.
Topics: Amazon E. Leclerc Walmart Ocado Tesco

Retail Cooperatives on the Decline

Grocery retail cooperatives are losing market share and stores in Europe are declining. Medium size-cooperatives struggle to keep up with competition, while large cooperatives are overly reliant on a single market.
Topics: E. Leclerc Rewe Group Belkoopsoyuz

Multichannel Retailers and the Online Dilemma

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Europe’s multichannel leaders will generate most of their sales growth online over the next 5 years. What are the implications?
Topics: Amazon Casino Sainsbury's E. Leclerc Tesco

France: The Hypermarket Around the Corner

Unlike other markets, the online grocery growth in France (and to a lesser extend Sweden) is fuelled by click & collect. With Drives pick-up points dotting suburban France, retailers are looking to expand their reach to urban centres.
Topics: Carrefour E. Leclerc Louis Delhaize

Hypermarkets: Big Was Beautiful

LZ Retailytics provides evidence that hypermarkets represent the second largest modern grocery retail channel in Europe. But performances vary significantly between geographies, retailers and store concepts.
Topics: Carrefour Schwarz Group E. Leclerc Lenta Globus

Private Label - The Omnichannel Secret Weapon

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Grocery e-commerce has emerged as the channel with the second largest private label share in Europe.
Topics: Amazon Sainsbury's E. Leclerc Walmart Tesco

E.Leclerc to Open 200 Organic Stores in France

French retailer E.Leclerc announced that it intends to open 200 organic stores in France. In order to achieve this target, it has established a dedicated organisation and purchasing office for these organic stores.
Topics: E. Leclerc

E.Leclerc to Launch Home Delivery in Paris

French retailer E.Leclerc will launch a grocery home delivery service in Paris in late Spring 2018. The retailer is convinced it can undercut competitors prices by 15-20% in what it considers the most expensive city in France.
Topics: E. Leclerc

E Leclerc Favours Click & Collect over Drives in Poland

Jean-Philippe Magré, Managing Director of E. Leclerc does not foresee the development of Drives in Poland but believes instead that a traditional Click & Collect service has a much better chance.
Topics: E. Leclerc

Eurelec Gets Going

Eurelec Trading, the sourcing organisation of French E. Leclerc and German Rewe Group, is stepping up its efforts to negotiate the biggest possible number of international brand suppliers. Currently Eurelec is negotiating the buying conditions for France and Germany.
Topics: E. Leclerc Rewe Group