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Global food and grocery retail sales are expected to read $11 trillion by 2018. This growth is due to many developing nations moving into a more modern format of selling and purchasing food.

Food and beverage sales in the United States mainly take place in grocery stores, but in many other countries, convenience stores and gas stations are the largest channel for food and grocery sales. Superstores, such as Wal-Mart and Target, and club stores, such as Sam’s Club and Costco, are challenging traditional supermarkets as the main source of grocery purchasing by consumers. Driven by an increased use of technology, online sales for food are slowly becoming a more common way for people to get their groceries.

MarketResearch.com’s collection of market research studies on the grocer and food retail industry will help you stay competitive and grow in this market. We offer a full array of studies on subjects ranging from grocery stores and supermarkets, to specific food retailers with detailed analysis on their financial performance and trends. Also available are highly regarded outlook reports for the U.S. and global markets, along with a full library of country-specific studies for food grocers.

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Grocers Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Supermarkets & Grocery Stores in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ...many consumers shifted to premium, organic and all-natural brands, helping lift industry revenue. Despite revenue growth during the period, industry operators faced intensifying competition from alternative retailers. Consumers turned toward warehouse clubs and supercenters because ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Japan

    ...increasing competition within convenience stores. Convenience stores remain a dynamic channel within grocery retailers, due to strong demand from busy workers and elderly consumers with limited mobility. Players within convenience stores are meanwhile keen to ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Georgia

    ...the review period trend of consumers switching from traditional to modern grocery retailers. Increased investment by players in the category over the review period drove the change in the structure of grocery retailing in Georgia. ... Read More

  • Retailing in Georgia

    ...they do not feel very confident or assured about the immediate future. As a result, overall retailing in Georgia shrank marginally in value terms at constant 2016 prices, compared to the positive value CAGR posted ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in the Philippines

    ...retail channels put a stronger focus on smaller store formats such as convenience stores and minimarts (smaller neighbourhood supermarkets), which enabled them to locate in residential areas and business districts closer to consumers. In addition, ... Read More

  • Retailing in Taiwan

    ...activities by retailers and credit card issuers. Attractive credit card rewards from card issuers in particular have stimulated credit card use and boosted overall demand. Euromonitor International's Retailing in Taiwan report offers insight into key ... Read More

  • Retailing in South Korea

    ...have generally increased. Active new product development by manufacturers has also helped to generate a buzz in retail outlets. Therefore, retailing managed to post a stronger performance in 2016. Euromonitor International's Retailing in South Korea ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in South Korea

    ...and thus several categories in grocery retailers indicated a better performance than in 2015. Euromonitor International's Grocery Retailers in South Korea report offers insight into key trends and developments driving the industry. The report examines ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Taiwan

    ...and make more room for consumers to sit and enjoy store-bought products. Hypermarkets, too, have begun to offer seating in stores to allow consumers to rest, and now offer free water and reading materials; they ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Finland

    ...transform the negative performance in 2015 to a positive performance in 2016 through different strategies. S Group, which actively reduced the prices of its grocery products throughout 2015-2016, achieved growth by increasing its volume sales. ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Hong Kong, China

    ...relatively consistent and consumers maintained their spending on commodities and essential products as sales in grocery retailers were also boosted by the increasing range of products on offer, greater shopping convenience and the launch of ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Indonesia

    ...year. This resulted in slower value growth for grocery retailers in 2016 than what was seen in the channel in 2015. The rising commodity prices of basic necessities including rice, vegetables and seed oils in ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Malaysia

    ...selecting the items which represent the best value for money as there are now plenty of options to choose from. Euromonitor International's Grocery Retailers in Malaysia report offers insight into key trends and developments driving ... Read More

  • Retailing in Kazakhstan

    ...the focus of consumers on saving money contributing to the slowdown in retailing. As a result, many consumers focused on purchasing only essential goods. The fact that non-grocery specialists are more import dependent than grocery ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in the Netherlands

    ...managed to stave off the challenge posed by competitors through strong outlet expansion. Albert Heijn has added 80 outlets to its already dense network of supermarkets since 2011, while also growing the presence of its ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Kazakhstan

    ...devaluation of the national currency and consequent drop in consumer purchasing power and tough environment for retailers. Another reason was that many retailers tried to minimise expenses by closing some outlets and focusing on increasing ... Read More

  • Retailing in the Netherlands

    ...spending more time looking for the best deals. Indeed, Dutch consumers have been made very aware of the limits of their spending possibilities as a result of the financial crisis. Hence, they are spending more ... Read More

  • Retailing in Malaysia

    ...continued to indulge in luxury purchases. Major retailers sped up the expansion of new outlets across the nation and they were also aggressive in their marketing strategies in a bid to stimulate consumer demand and ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Bulgaria

    ...the end of the review period. Upheaval was evident in the exit of German discounter Penny Market from Bulgaria and the state of freefall at Piccadilly and Carrefour, all three of which were among the ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Slovenia

    ...been the partial recovery of the economy, which led to more significant consumer spending in line with rising disposable incomes. Grocery retailing in Slovenia continues to change for the better, with local consumers tending to ... Read More

  • Retailing in Bulgaria

    ...global financial crisis appeared to be in full swing. Slowdown in growth rates were observed in both grocery retailers and non-grocery specialists, as well as non-store retailing. Key factors affecting the retailing market were the ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Ireland

    ...more and, with more consumers returning to work, there was more disposable income for them to spend. An improvement in the fortunes of many, particularly within urban centres, also contributed to growth. Euromonitor International's Grocery ... Read More

  • Retailing in Ireland

    ...spending increased. However, with external factors such as Brexit and a property boom that many feel is unsustainable, spending was measured as consumers continued to seek value for money. Discounters continued to see the fastest ... Read More

  • Retailing in Slovenia

    ...bounced back, with disposable incomes increasing and unemployment levels declining. Nonetheless, the vast majority of Slovenian consumers remain quite frugal and very price sensitive. As a result, interest in private label products has increased across ... Read More

  • Grocery Retailers in Belarus

    ...the devaluation of the Russian ruble, Belarusian companies received less revenue, with many continuing to operate only on a part-time basis. Disposable incomes in Belarus continued to decline, thereby reducing consumers’ solvency and purchasing power. ... Read More

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