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Spain: Seeking a Challenger to Mercadona

Spain is one of the most fragmented grocery markets in Western Europe. Yet, its market leader, Mercadona, records a market share as high as the next four largest grocers combined. Can anyone challenge the Spanish giant?
Topics: Mercadona Eroski Dia Covirán Carrefour

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

Eroski Sells Perfumeries to Douglas

Spanish co-operative Eroski has sold 103 Perfurmerías IF stores as well as the accompanying e-commerce operation to German perfumery operator Douglas.
Topics: Eroski

Eroski Inaugurates New Convenience Banner

The Spanish cooperative Eroski has unveiled the latest iteration of its minimarket banner, Rapid. The retailer claims to have the best commercial offering per sq m, with a range of 3,600 products in a 150 sq m sales area.
Topics: Eroski

Eroski: Light at the End of the Tunnel?

Ahead of the publication of its 2016 financial results, Spanish cooperative Eroski has given reassurances on its performance and offered a glimpse into its strategy to get back onto a growth trajectory.
Topics: Eroski

Eroski Relaunches its E-Commerce Operation

As Eroski unveils the latest version of its digital supermarket, the retailer has boasted about its success in transferring the difficult fresh category online. It notes that “over 80% of the orders at Eroski’s online supermarket contain fresh produce” – which is much higher than the sector average.
Topics: Eroski

Dia & Eroski to Build Private Label Synergies

Spanish retailers Dia and Eroski have announced the creation of a joint company to trade private labels. Known as Red Libra Trading Services, the company will be located in Madrid and employ 50 professionals to negotiate with private label suppliers. The retailers' own commercial strategies remain independent.
Topics: Dia Eroski