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Grocers: market research reports

Grocery stores sell an array of household merchandise and food products. Grocery stores are divided into different sections, usually referred to as departments, so like products are stocked in the same area. Department in a grocery store usually consist of: meat, dairy, baked goods, produce, health and beauty care, canned and packaged goods, pet supplies, and non-food items such as household cleaners.
If a grocery store has obtained the correct permits, it may also retail alcohol, medicine, and apparel. Grocery stores are usually stocked through the distributions centers of their larger parent companies.

Given the circumstance that a smaller grocery store is competing with a bigger store for customers, the smaller store will often sell products of premium quality, and attempt to retail specialized items and/or ethnic foods that are not readily available other places. In addition, smaller grocers may set up their business in an area that sees both residential and commercial traffic, so they are the most convenient choice.

Typically, suburban grocery stores take up a large amount of space and are usually built so that they are only one level. It is usually constructed near to a residential area to improve its convenience. Suburban groceries are attractive to consumers due the availability of an expansive selection of products in the same place. Easily finding parking, and the store’s hours of operation usually extend beyond a typical work day, also add to the appeal of these grocery stores. Stores also set aside money specifically for the process of advertisement, and they create appealing displays within the store itself to promote products.

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Saudi Arabia Retail Report Q2 2014
4/23/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... society, as wellas more opportunities for Saudi workers, are all expected to result in steady growth for the Saudi Arabianretail sector over the next few years. Household spending will rise across all retail subsectors, but ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Slovakia Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/23/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... to fall to 12.5% in 2014, the first time the rate has fallen below 14% since 2010. We expectthe recovery in household spending to gain traction, and hold our forecast for private consumptiongrowth in 2014 ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
United Arab Emirates Retail Report Q2 2014
4/23/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... as a fashion hub resultingin a strong rise in household spending across all retail subsectors. We are particularly positive about thegrowth prospects for clothing & footwear and food & non-alcoholic drinks; however, we expect by ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Egypt Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/23/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... for the world'smajor fast-moving consumer goods companies. Egypt is also arguably the cultural hub of the Arab worldand doubles as an excellent gateway to the wider North African and Sub-Saharan African regions. Webelieve that no ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Poland Retail Report Q2 2014
4/23/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... spending to increase by30.5%, up from our forecast of 29.9% last quarter. This comes on the back of our upward revision to Polisheconomic growth in 2014. We had previously been forecasting real GDP growth of ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
South Africa Retail Report Q2 2014
4/23/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... country's increasingly sophisticatedurban population and expanding black middle class continue to spend on non-essential items such asclothing and furnishings. This will result in a strong rise in household spending across all retail subsectors. We are ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Specialty Food Stores
4/21/2014 | published by: First Research, Inc.
... in a single product category. No major companies dominate the industry. Sales of specialty foods have been increasing worldwide as demand for ethnic foods has continued to grow. In part, the increase comes from immigrant ...  |  read more...
$129.00
Ghana Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/16/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... spending is slowing down owing to highinflation. Meanwhile, the cedi is weakening rapidly, owing to structural macroeconomic weaknesses. Looking beyond 2014, we expect growth to pick up as oil production rises, inflation stabilises and there ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Ireland Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/16/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... outlook and recovery in privateconsumption. Gradually easing unemployment and rising wages should support a modest increase inhousehold disposable incomes, which has positive implications for consumer spending on food and drink. Headline Industry Data (local currency) ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Japan Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/16/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... will further weakenthe Japanese consumer, while the absence of structural reforms and negative demographic tendencies willweigh on the economy over the longer term. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's combination of ultra-loose monetary policy and higher public ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
United States Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/9/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... 2013 and accelerate into 2014. The broad trends supporting strongerreal personal consumption expenditure (PCE) growth remain in place, and as such we expect real PCEgrowth to continue to accelerate in 2014. Consumer deleveraging is also ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Nigeria Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/9/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... in the near term. We are forecasting thatthe Nigerian economy will expand by 7.0% in 2014, up from an estimated 6.7% in 2013, owing tocontinued strong expansion in non-oil sectors. The positive impact of agriculture ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
South Africa Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/9/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... We forecast real GDP growthof 2.5% in 2014, up from 1.8% the previous year. In addition, private consumption is expected to continueits growth of the past four years at a rate of 2.2% in 2014, ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Amazon Best Sellers Tracker: Grocery (United Kingdom, April 2014)
4/8/2014 | published by: ResearchFarm Ltd.
... countries on the Amazon websites. This service has been launched in October 2013 and represents the only benchmark available for Amazon. Amazon operates the most professional online marketplace in the world. Neither FMCG companies or ...  |  read more...
$798.40
Amazon Best Sellers Tracker: Grocery (United States, April 2014)
4/8/2014 | published by: ResearchFarm Ltd.
... countries on the Amazon websites. This service has been launched in October 2013 and represents the only benchmark available for Amazon. Amazon operates the most professional online marketplace in the world. Neither FMCG companies or ...  |  read more...
$798.40
Amazon Best Sellers Tracker: Grocery (Canada, April 2014)
4/8/2014 | published by: ResearchFarm Ltd.
... on the Amazon websites. This service has been launched in October 2013 and represents the only benchmark available for Amazon. Amazon operates the most professional online marketplace in the world. Neither FMCG companies or retailers ...  |  read more...
$798.40
Amazon Best Sellers Tracker: Grocery (Germany, April 2014)
4/8/2014 | published by: ResearchFarm Ltd.
... on the Amazon websites. This service has been launched in October 2013 and represents the only benchmark available for Amazon. Amazon operates the most professional online marketplace in the world. Neither FMCG companies or retailers ...  |  read more...
$798.40
South Korea Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/2/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... sectors) andrevised our forecasts up to 2.5% for the year. We now forecast real growth of 3.0% over 2014. However,Korean trade momentum is likely to face continuing headwinds from China. Domestically, the constructionrebound that we ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Canada Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/2/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... partly due to the expectations that Canadian households willcontinue to face deleveraging, which is likely to hold back discretionary spending. The big challenge forprivate consumption growth in the next two to three years is the ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Belarus Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/2/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... increased economic activity, withreal GDP growth (in US dollar terms) forecast to contract by 0.4% in 2014 and 2.2% in 2015. Weconsider Belarus a risky market due to its political isolation from much of Europe ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Qatar Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
4/2/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... 2015. Weforecast real GDP of 5.4% this year and 5.0% in 2015, from an estimated 5.7% in 2013. Downside risksremain limited at this stage, but include the potential for delays in the construction sector and ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Grocery Retailers in Sweden
3/27/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... spending on groceries, which helped boost sales over the previous year. However, the number of grocery retailers declined slightly in 2013, which held growth rates back. While channels that are typically cheaper, such as hypermarkets ...  |  read more...
$900.00
Retailing in Sweden
3/27/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... yet did not manage to supersede the review period CAGR and instead was on a par with the growth seen for the review period. This development is in line with the general performance of the ...  |  read more...
$1,900.00
Egypt Retail Report Q2 2014
3/26/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... Egyptianretail sector is set to continue to grow across all subsectors. We are particularly positive about the futuregrowth prospects for health and transport, with communications also set to grow strongly; however, weexpect the highest proportion ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
Netherlands Food and Drink Report Q2 2014
3/26/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... sales in the country. However, given thegovernment's role in promoting public finance reform across the eurozone, the coalition is unlikely tochange course for the time being and will respond to missed fiscal targets with further ...  |  read more...
$1,295.00
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