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Unique Discounters Expand in the Nordics

Photo: LZ Retailytics
There will be more discount stores opening in the Nordics 2018-2023 than in all of Germany and France combined, LZ Retailytics forecasts.
Topics: Schwarz Group Norgesgruppen Reitangruppen Dansk Supermarked Coop Norge (NO)

Discounters: Thriving in the Toughest Markets

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LZ Retailytics forecasts Europe’s most nationally dominant grocery retailers to lose market share to discount specialists.
Topics: Schwarz Group Aldi Reitangruppen Dansk Supermarked

Time to Export the Minimarket

The minimarket is the least exported grocery format in Europe. With proximity shopping on the rise, who can become a pan-European convenience leader?
Topics: Carrefour Reitangruppen Spar South Africa Auchan Tesco Couche-Tard Ahold Delhaize

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)

Reitangruppen Sees Potential for Convenience in Denmark

Norwegian Reitangruppen aims to open around 55 new 7-Eleven convenience stores in Denmark, the Danish newspaper Berlingske Business writes. Through this plan, the chain hopes to reach its maximal potential of 250 stores in the country within the next five years.
Topics: Reitangruppen

Discount Continues to Dominate Wealthy Norway

In Norway, Europe’s discount-densest country, entry-price stores will continue to outgrow other grocery formats, LZ Retailytics forecasts show. Already claiming over half of total grocery turnover, the discount channel is expected to achieve double-digit growth between now and 2022.
Topics: Norgesgruppen Reitangruppen Coop Norge (NO)