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Why global hypermarket and supermarket market share shrinks as e-commerce, discounters and traditional formats prosper?

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Growth opportunities out of home

The out-of-home consumption offers many growth opportunities for food and drink brands.

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Latest News

  • Samsung back to #1 in the US, but share is down

    Samsung back to #1 in the US, but share is down

    09/08/2017
    Apple and Samsung continue to dominate sales, each with five models on the top 10 best-selling list

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  • Ed Sheeran provides boost to physical music sales

    Ed Sheeran provides boost to physical music sales

    07/08/2017
    Sales of CDs in the UK were down only 0.5% year on year.

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  • SuperValu again in first place as growth continues

    SuperValu again in first place as growth continues

    31/07/2017
    SuperValu retains the top spot with a 22.1% share of the market despite deepening price deflation.

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  • Is e-commerce the only way to go for FMCG players?

    Is e-commerce the only way to go for FMCG players?

    27/07/2017
    E-commerce scores significant shares in FMCG within Asia markets posting strong annual growth.

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  • China: second quarter stronger FMCG performance

    China: second quarter stronger FMCG performance

    26/07/2017
    The spending in FMCG in Q2 2017 grew by 3.2% on yearly basis.

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  • Inflation stable one year on from EU referendum

    25/07/2017
    Market growth has exceeded 3% for the fourth consecutive period – the first time since November 2013

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In the Media

  • 11/08/2017 - VietNamNet Bridge

    Manufacturers must compete with supermarkets’ private brands


    Nguyen Huy Hoang, a senior executive of Kantar Worldpanel, a market analysis firm, said the products with private brands make up 0.6 percent of total products available in the market, compared with 50 percent in France and other European countries.

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  • 10/08/2017 - Beverage Daily

    Health-conscious millennials turn to zero-calorie drinks


    'As consumer tastes change and people become more health conscious, brands need to think of innovative ways to remain attractive to buyers.

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  • 10/08/2017 - The Times

    Breakfast on the run is a cereal killer


    More people are skipping breakfast or grabbing something on the go in a trend that is a shot in the arm for coffee chains but a bitter break for cereal makers.

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  • 01/08/2017 - Irish Examiner

    Shoppers spend at tills as grocery prices fall sharply


    Irish grocery prices fell steeply helping to encourage shoppers to spend €2.34bn at the tills over recent months, according to a leading market researcher.

    Kantar Worldpanel Ireland said the price of its basket of 30,000 standard grocery items in the 12 weeks to mid-July dropped 0.5% from the same period last year.

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  • 31/07/2017 - ESM

    SuperValu Remains Top Supermarket In Ireland


    Irish retailer SuperValu has retained its position as the top supermarket in the country, according to the latest figures from Kantar Worldpanel.

    The figures for the 12 weeks ending 16 July 2017 also show that the Irish market continues to grow despite deepening price deflation.

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  • 25/07/2017 - CITY A.M.

    Hot weather and inflation give supermarket sector summer boost


    Inflation and good weather helped buoy the supermarket sector in the 12 weeks to 16 July, with sales up 3.9 per cent. Like-for-like inflation steadied at 3.2 per cent - the same rate as last month - with prices rising following the result of the EU referendum.

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