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Switzerland-based Migros has reported Group sales rose 4% to CHF29.8 bn (US$33.5 bn), with retail sales outperforming. Migros said retail sales, which were driven by its growth online, increased by 7.2% to CHF24.2 bn (US$27.2 bn).

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To cope with fewer employees in its stores, Aeon Japan will introduce self-checkouts this year and it has also started using UV-based sanitisers for its shopping baskets. Cost to implement self-checkouts is less than 10% of Amazon’s system Aeon will increase self-checkout registers that can read prices of items that customers purchase, through their smartphone app.  This new system will sta...
Morrisons has announced plans for a major range reset, which will see it review more than 170 products during 2021, as reported by The Grocer.  Providing more value for money According to the report, Andy Atkinson, Morrisons’ group commercial director, told suppliers about the review at an online conference this week. The range review’s aim, which will start in the spring, is to make it sim...
FairPrice has opened a new hypermarket with a dine-in area and local food concepts at Parkway Parade on 12 January. The space was previously occupied by Giant hypermarket until March last year. First cocktail bar in a grocery store Shoppers can order a unique in-house cocktail, the FairPrice Fizz Tipple, made with gin, lemon juice, strawberry syrup and egg white foam. Bar snacks like tortil...

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22/01/2021
X5’s sales will grow at over 13% in 2020, still outgrowing the Russian grocery market growth at 3.7% between 2020 and 2022. The retailer plans to continue to outgrow the market and double its market share to 20% by 2029. In this presentation we show you how it expects to reach that goal and how you as a supplier will help it to do so.
20/01/2021
We look back at the performance of the UK’s leading grocery retailers over the festive period, analyse trading and channel strategies, and explore how shopper behaviour changed.
20/01/2021
In the first part of our two-part series, Eating In vs Dining Out 2021, we review the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on food and drink consumption patterns last year, focussing specifically on the shift between in-home and out-of-home spend. In part two we examine the factors that will affect the industry over the coming year and how businesses can prepare for what lies ahead.
20/01/2021
In the second part of our two-part series, Eating In vs Dining Out 2021, we examine the factors that will affect the industry over the coming year and how businesses can prepare for what lies ahead. Read part one to understand the impact COVID-19 had on food and drink consumption patterns last year, specifically the shift between in- and out-of-home spend.
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We talk to the winners of the IGD Store of the Year award 2019 to understand how the store has advanced, how it is adapting in the face of COVID-19 and plans for the future

We review some of the latest in-store and digital initiatives at Walmart, including robots, associate apps and the launch of Jetblack.

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