SPAR International overview

Find out about the retailer's strategic priorities, commercial focus areas, channel and country presence.

SPAR International: data

See data on the retailer’s performance and forecasts for its operations by channel.

Insights

How DESPAR Italia is differentiating in a highly competitive market

We visited two stores in Modena to see how SPAR is using its new stores to provide shoppers with a conveniently sized supermarket with great private label and fresh ranges.

Food-to-go: small formats to learn from

Be inspired by the latest store concepts from  Ahold Delhaize, 7 Eleven, Casino, SPAR, Musgrave, Coop Schweiz, Co-op and Fresh the Good Food Market.

How SPAR is evolving shopper perception with its new store design

We visited a SPAR in Dublin to see how BWG is developing its convenience proposition through its food-to-go offering.

Latest News

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Finiper-owned, Iper has introduced a new private label range, which claims to deliver high-quality products. Meanwhile, SPAR Italy and Esselunga revealed its 2021 results, both reporting an increase in sales. Separately, Coop Italia plans to increase its private label to support shoppers during this increasingly difficult economic environment. 

More News

SPAR International has announced it has selected Spaaza, with the latter supporting it on the development of SPAR’s personalised loyalty and savings platform. Solution to offer SPAR’s global partners with new ways to engage shoppers SPAR International said Spaaza will help its partners globally to increase their shopper engagement ‘ through the provision of personalised offers ’. SPAR Inter...
The SPAR Austria Group saw its food businesses, which operate in Austria, Croatia, Hungary, northern Italy, and Slovenia, grow sales by 4%, to €15.09 bn. SPAR Group noted its performance across all its operates had been significantly impacted by the on-going effects of the pandemic. Positive performance in its home market SPAR Austria reported its food retail business enjoyed sales growth o...
Italian retailers continue to expand their presence in the market. Codè Crai Ovest is investing to expand its network by 30 stores in early 2022, while ESD Italia is planning to invest €600m to grow its network and Gruppo VéGé has expanded its network by the return of the Coal group to its alliance. Finally, Glovo has partnered with SPAR Italia’s regional operator Maiora to offer shoppers a quick...

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