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Tesco Takes on the Discounters

Tesco responded to the Aldi and Lidl threat this week with the unveiling of a new UK discount format, Jack’s. LZ Retailytics visited the first store and assesses the format in this photo report.
Topics: Tesco Aldi Schwarz Group

Multichannel Retailers and the Online Dilemma

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

Why Amazon Needs Stores to Win in Europe

Amazon’s success has been mainly an online non-food story to date, but as Q2 results show it now generates 8.1% of total revenues from physical stores. Could this also be a growth strategy for Europe?
Topics: Amazon Tesco Sainsbury's Morrisons Ocado

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 Tesco Auchan Ahold Delhaize Reitangruppen Couche-Tard Spar South Africa

Carrefour / Tesco: Even Giants Can No Longer Walk Alone

Carrefour and Tesco are set to create a global strategic alliance. What for? Why now? LZ Retailytics data shows how prevalent buying groups and alliances have become among Europe’s leading retailers.
Topics: Carrefour Tesco

How to Win Convenience: Lessons from the UK

The UK convenience channel continues to evolve and innovate as competition intensifies. We are witnessing consolidation, greater franchising and the blurring of traditional channels; with fresh food as the key battleground.
Topics: Tesco The Co-operative

Secrets of Europe’s Most Productive Grocers

Photo: LZ Retailytics
Some grocery banners across Europe truly excel at maximizing their sales density. But why are they so productive?
Topics: Esselunga Aldi Colruyt Group Sainsbury's Tesco Schwarz Group Azbuka Vkusa Morrisons

A Stronger Tesco: Reasserting its Market Position

With its recent acquisition of Booker and strong annual results, LZ Retailytics forecasts show that Tesco will grow its UK leadership and surpass Carrefour to become Europe’s third largest grocery retailer by 2023.
Topics: Tesco Sainsbury's

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

Tesco's Booker Acquisition is Finalised

Tesco’s acquisition of the UK’s leading wholesaler Booker is set to become final on Monday, after shareholders of both companies voted in favour of the merger. The retailer aims to create the "UK's leading food business".
Topics: Tesco Booker