Germany presentations

Presentations

25/11/2019
We update our five year forecasts for the German grocery market, identifying the opportunities and challenges in each retail channel.
18/11/2019
Several major European discounters are accelerating their expansion plans in city centres. They have had to adapt their stores’ format and flex their range to be able to fit in this new environment. With their high population density, European cities are also an opportunity to test ecommerce and new payment solutions and learn from such initiatives.
21/10/2019
The Metro Group has tested the "FreshIndex" app in five of its hypermarkets.
24/09/2019
Kaufland has launched a new logo, which it will add to private label products to highlight those that use eco-friendly packaging.
18/09/2019
Edeka has introduced a new label it will add to its private label cosmetics products to highlight they are microplastics-free.
13/09/2019
As industries and consumers become more engaged with the organic sector, we look at how specialists continue to lead the market. The presentation provides a source of inspiration for how retailers could evolve their organic offering. For manufacturers, organic specialists provide a view on how the market could develop and how they may need to prepare in the future.
28/08/2019
Rewe Group's discount chain Penny is adding QR codes to some of its products in order to provide shoppers with additional supply chain information.
12/08/2019
A deep-dive in the discount channel in Europe, the largest contributor to grocery market growth in the next five years. A closer look at the top 10 discounters, where they operate, their priorities and latest developments. Understand the strategies and trends influencing this channel.
15/07/2019
In this round-up we share our key highlights and trends that impressed us over the last few months in the course of our store visits. Within this report we present examples from retailers in a number of markets including Boots, Waitrose, X5 Retail Group, Giant Direct and many more.
03/07/2019
In Germany, around 45 million male chicks from laying hen breeds are culled every year. In order to stop the chick culling, the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) has funded the development of a viable solution for gender identification in hatching eggs.