The Danish food retail market emerged from stagnation in 2014, crossing a value of USD 20 billion. The revival of the Danish economy has added a boost to the fledgling markets across the country and food retail has also picked up, riding the wave of confidence in the economy. Denmark has seen a rise in more health conscious consumers in recent years, which has added a significant boost to the market for organic goods. In fact, the organic food retail market in Denmark continued to growth in spite of the stagnation across the other segments. Sales through supermarkets or hypermarkets amounted as the largest segment in 2014 as people searched for the cheapest option to purchase goods from.
The Danish food retail industry is not expected to grow at extraordinary rates in the coming years, but the growth rate will continue to be sustained. The market is likely to cross a value of USD 23 billion by the end of 2019.
The research report Analyzing Food Retail in Denmark from Aruvian Research analyzes the Danish food retail market and provides a complete insight into the food retail market in the country. Apart from this, the report also provides a complete analysis of the global food retail industry.
The food retail industry in Denmark is analyzed through industry statistics, industry growth by value terms, geographical segmentation within Europe, food distribution channels in the country and an industry forecast till 2019. A Porter’s Five Forces Framework that looks at the industry through the bargaining power of buyers and suppliers, competition in the industry, threat of new entrants and the threat of industry substitution is also included in the report.
The report also analyzes the major players that are active in the food retail market of Denmark. The companies analyzed in the report include Reitangruppen AS, Dansk Supermarked, Coop Denmark, and Lidl Dienstleistung GmbH & Company.