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23/02/2016
Schwarz Group, X5 Retail Group and Carrefour will be driving the growth in CEE. However, retail regulations in some markets restrict the growth. Find out about retail trends and development which we forecast for 2016 and onwards.
02/02/2016
As we kick off 2016, we assess the performance of the top six global grocery retailers in 2015, review the top line strategic initiatives for the year ahead, as well as some predictions of what to expect over the coming 12 months.
07/01/2016
We explore five key ways the UK’s discount players are creating opportunities to drive their current success forward in the grocery market.
05/01/2016
We visited Milan, Turin and Bologna to catch up on developments at retailers from gourmet formats to discounters, and to understand the key trends driving the Italian market in 2016.
05/01/2016
Our latest insights and trends for Latin America, including the growth of proximity and value formats, and an update on leading retailer performance and priorities.
15/12/2015
We showcase some of the favourite stores we have visited during 2015, what’s great about them and the inspiration retailers and suppliers can take from them.
08/12/2015
Turkey is one of the most exciting retail markets in central and eastern Europe.  In this report we explore eight trends that are shaping Turkish modern grocery retail and identify growth areas in the future…
02/12/2015
With signs of improving shopper optimism, we assess the prospects for the food & grocery sector this Christmas and how retailers plan to make the most of opportunities.
01/12/2015
Shoppers are increasingly shopping ‘little and often’. Retailers are responding to this by having convenient solutions for their shoppers across the channels. We share the changes seen in the market, and assess the implications for suppliers.
20/10/2015
How retail channels develop will be unique to Asia and its shoppers. We examine, the channel dynamics that are playing out, how these vary across the region, plus predict what to expect as we move towards 2020.