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The GB market grew 12.5% in the 12 weeks to 21 February, according to the latest results from Kantar. This period included Christmas and the reintroduction of lockdown restrictions, which drove growth.

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After the tumultuous year that was 2020, what can we expect in the grocery sector in the year ahead? In this second article I will consider the changes impacting and affecting retailers. Readers can access our first article on trends impacting shoppers here . 4. New wave of store format innovation Across the Big Four we’re seeing a new wave of format innovation centred around compact fo...
Charoen Pokphand Group, which acquired Tesco’s stores in Thailand and Malaysia, has introduced a new logo and name. From Lotus supermarket to Tesco Lotus and back to Lotus’s CP Group ran into financial challenges in 1998 during the Asian financial crisis and sold 75% of its stake in Lotus supermarket to Tesco. The stores were renamed to Tesco Lotus then. CP re-purchased the Southeast Asian ...
The Irish market grew 16.4% in the 12 weeks to 24 January, according to the latest results from Kantar. Irish shoppers spent an extra €142.8m combined on take-home groceries compared to last year. Growth was driven by the festive season and the reintroduction of lockdown restrictions. A January like no other Growth has accelerated further in the last four weeks, with sales +16.8%. The retur...

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Kantar market shares are generated using Kantar Worldpanel's till-roll scanning methodology and extrapolated using a sample of 30,000 households. Figures are calculated over a rolling 12 week period and include VAT.
Key trends in CEE grocery market in 2021: - COVID-19 will remain the leading concern for retailers and suppliers - Online is increasing its market penetration as more retailers invest in the channel - Retailers are digitalising their stores and wider operations - More retailers are partnering with last-milers - Hypermarkets will continue to lose share across the region
Penwortham, Lancashire, is Tesco's first new larger store opening in six years. This compact fresh-focused supermarket supports customers on full weekly shops as well as those on meal-focused and top-up shopping missions, with a locally appropriate range. It also pushes boundaries on sustainability and energy efficiency.

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