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

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    Expanding into the United Arab Emirates

    Kantar Worldpanel continues to grow its presence in the Middle East.

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    Five ways to create a hit through innovation

    5 golden rules to maximize the opportunity of getting your brands into Indonesiansí shopping basket.

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    The analysis made in France started by measuring how popular promotions are among consumers.

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    5 principles for targeting brand growth

    It is by now a widely-accepted fact that for a brand to grow, it needs to find more buyers

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  • France: FMCG market grows 0,4% in H1 2017

    France: FMCG market grows 0,4% in H1 2017

    In H1 of 2017, the French grocery market showed a slight increase in value of +0.4%.

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In the Media

  • 08/10/2017 - The Telegraph

    Pret prepares to grow after posting record £75m pre-tax profits

    Pret A Manger plans to continue expanding at home and abroad after posting record profits last year on the back of a flurry of new health-eating fads.

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  • 05/10/2017 - The Herald

    Scots shoppers now buying more own label products than big names

    SCOTS shoppers have bought more supermarket own-label products than branded items for the first time, according to new research.

    More than £5 billion was spent on own-brand products in Scots supermarkets this year which is jut more than half of total spend.

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  • 01/10/2017 - The Telegraph

    Middle-class shoppers turning to farm shops amid supermarket scandals

    Farm shops have boomed over the past decade, as middle-class shoppers have become suspicious of supermarkets following a number of food safety scares.

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  • 29/09/2017 - VnExpress

    Local e-commerce sites win the hearts of Vietnam's shoppers

    Online sales in Vietnam have expanded rapidly in recent years, currently accounting for 3.39 percent of the countryís retail market. The total retail market grew 10.2 percent last year to $118 billion, mainly fueled by a growing middle-class with expanding disposable incomes and an increasing number of internet users.

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  • 28/09/2017 - The Grocer

    Why Brits are falling back in love with the cuppa

    For years, the Great British cuppa has been going cold as the nationís love of coffee has grown in leaps and bounds. But, as we revealed earlier this month, tea is now the only sector of the hot beverages market in growth, with sales having surged 3.5% to £641.7m in the past year [Kantar Worldpanel 52 w/e 21 May 2017].

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  • 20/09/2017 - The Times

    Rise in food prices pushes up supermarket sales

    Supermarket sales have risen for the sixth consecutive month as food price inflation continues to increase the average British familyís shopping bill.

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