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Your guide to convenience retail globally

Best in class convenience stores from leading markets and retailers from around the world.

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Global trends in convenience retail 2021

Five global trends that will shape convenience retailing in 2021 and beyond, with examples from Europe, Asia, North America and Latin America.

The leading convenience markets and retailers in Asia

We identify key convenience trends in Asia, leading markets and largest retailers in the region, and explain what this might mean to you.

UK convenience trends 2021

Five trends that will shape the UK convenience channel in 2021 and beyond. Each trend is brought to life using case studies already in operation, as well as the latest ShopperVista convenience channel insight. 

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After a massive sales surge in 2020, leading retailers have been stepping up their refreshment efforts and testing new concepts this year. We look at the latest initiatives at FairPrice and Dairy Farm.

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Dairy Farm International has reported that its sales dropped by 4% in the first half of the year to US$ 14bn.  As last year’s strong consumer buying patterns normalised, the Group’s underlying profit has decreased by 69%, from US$ 105m in the prior year to US$ 32m for the first six months of 2021. Difficult to match sales surge in 2020, as shopper behaviour normalises It has been a challeng...
Australia’s convenience sector is dominated by forecourt-based stores, however evolution of the sector has been slow and innovation has been stop start in recent years. As Ampol and Woolworths launch their first Ampol Woolworths Metro store in Victoria, we explore whether the partnership’s drive to open more stores will unlock further value in the Australian convenience channel. 14 Ampol Woolw...
Wawa, headquartered in Pennsylvania, trades nearly 900 convenience stores in the U.S and posts annual sales of over US$12bn. We highlight its four key strengths and areas to watch. 1) A destination for fresh food Wawa began as a dairy business going back more than 100 years. This background has shaped the retailer’s commitment to delivering fresh food, a category that Wawa is now famous for...

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