Germany store visits


Our store visit reports feature floor plans, store photos and full commentary written by our team of international retail experts. Dozens of reports are made every year of stores that feature new concepts in food and grocery retail.

Videos

01/07/2021
See inside our pick for June’s store of the month, REWE, Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, Germany. Be inspired by how the retailer build a sustainable supermarket with a farm on the roof.

Presentations

05/09/2022
A review of Rewe’s first Pick & Go concept.
04/11/2021
We recently visited several stores across Germany to review the latest development and concepts.
25/10/2021
Edeka has been strengthening its one-stop shopping proposition in 2020 and 2021.
25/10/2021
We visited two stores in Germany to understand how Kaufland's ‘facelift initiative’ is seeing the retailer employ an upmarket design and clearer navigation to evolve and improve the shopping experience.
19/10/2021
We look at the latest in-store development from Aldi Nord in Germany, including the consolidation of its private label brands with Aldi Sud and the rise of organic products.
25/11/2020
In November 2020 Aldi Süd opened its largest store ever in Germany with a footprint of nearly 2,000 sq m . It features an enhanced bakery, am improved fresh produce area, Infarm vertical farming units and electronic shelf labels.
15/05/2020
We visited a number of Edeka stores located across Berlin. This showcases its high-quality supermarket offer and demonstrates how Edeka creates an engaging environment which welcomes a variety of shoppers.
07/04/2020
This Rewe store is located in a busy area of Berlin. The store combines a large selection of food-to-go options with a high-quality supermarket offer, creating an engaging environment which welcomes a variety of shoppers.
21/10/2019
This flagship store is located in the centre of Düsseldorf. The store combines a high-quality supermarket offer with a large selection of eat in and food-to-go options to create a destination proposition.
20/05/2019
Edeka Clausen spotlights how retailers can differentiate themselves to compete with price-focused rivals by celebrating their strengths in produce and counters and meeting the needs of local shoppers.