Dunnes Stores is now Irelandís largest grocery retailer
Dunnes Stores continues to be one of the biggest success stories in Irish retail
The latest figures show strong growth for Dunnes Stores with sales up by 6.3% to bring them level with Tesco at no.2
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland show stellar growth for the grocery market
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Continued growth for the grocery market with sales rising by 2.5% compared with last year.
Consumers are making more frequent visits and driving volume growth across the market.
Half of the top 50 are traditional Irish brand names, with dairy specialist Avonmore leading the way.
A robust performance for the overall grocery market as sales increased by 3.8% compared to last year.
Early Easter has boosted growth across the grocery market to 4.6%
Shopper spend has increased by 3.6% over the past 12 weeks as the supermarket sector continues its strong start to 2016.
Strong growth has continued for the Irish grocery market following its impressive Christmas performance.
The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel Ireland
show a strong uplift for the Irish grocery market.
SuperValu posted impressive sales growth of 3.7% and increased its share of the grocery market to 24.7%
Year-on-year growth in sales of 2.1% across the Irish grocery market.
In the latest period, Tesco Ė Irelandís biggest supermarket Ė has returned to growth for the first time since March 2013
The latest supermarket figures from Kantar Worldpanel Ireland show growth in sales of 1.4% across the grocery market.
Latest figures from KWP Ireland,for the 12 weeks ending 19 July, show growth of 1.1% across the grocery market.
Onlineís share of FMCG purchasing in advanced e-commerce markets will double in the next 10 years.
The latest supermarket share figures show a year-on-year growth in sales of 0.9% across the market.
Tesco has reclaimed its position as Irelandís number one retailer, having lost out to SuperValu in previous months.
Supermarket share figures for the 12 weeks ending 26 April show intense competition for Irelandís grocery top-spot.
Change at the top as SuperValu becomes Irelandís largest grocery retailer.
SuperValuís share of the grocery market is now 24.9%, just 0.1 percentage point behind Irelandís largest supermarket.
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Positive picture for the Irish grocery market now in its 11th consecutive period of growth.
The latest supermarket share figures show the best Christmas for Irish supermarkets since 2010, as sales grew by 1.1%.
Price competition among the retailers in the run up to Christmas has led to a reduction in the level of price inflation
Grocery market growth has accelerated,with sales up by more than twice the average rate achieved over the course of 2014
SuperValu is the only major multiple grocer to be in growth other than the discount retailers.
Aldi and Lidl are continuing to post impressive performances
The latest figures show food and drink prices rising at the lowest level since March 2012.
Dunnes top performer among the big supermarkets
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SuperValu attracting the most additional shoppers across Ireland
The UK leads Europe in online FMCG retail with British shoppers buying via the internet once a month.
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Avonmore leads as Irelandís most chosen brand while Galtee has jumped an impressive six places in the ranking.
Local brands are winning in the UK with Warburtons, McVities and Cadburyís Dairy Milk all coming in the top 10.
Latest supermarket share for Ireland shows growth in the Irish grocery market for the first time in six months.
Latest Ireland supermarket share figures, for the 12 weeks ending 30 March, show strong sales growth for Aldi and Lidl.
Latest supermarket share in Ireland, for 12 weeks ending 2 March, show SuperValu is now Irelandís second largest grocer.
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The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel Ireland, show SuperValu performing strongly