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Strategic outlook for Nisa

A guide to the retailer and its operations today. Updated to include latest information on the retailer’s performance, strategic developments, key personnel and must-see stores.

UK grocery & foodservice wholesaling 2021: sector performance & statistics for 2020 plus five-year forecasts

This latest update of IGD’s unique wholesaling dataset seeks to measure the profound impacts affecting the sector in 2020 as well as tracking the key changes occurring in the channel such as the adoption of online/electronic ordering and the shift into delivery service.

Nisa snapshot

An essential summary of trading priorities, latest developments, and other key commercial insights for Nisa.

UK Country Presentation

A guide to the UK’s grocery market and how we expect the country, its leading retailers and channels to evolve over the next five years.

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Major wholesale distributor Nisa has announced the extension of its supply agreements with two significant multi-site retailers: Bourne Leisure and MPK Garages.

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Co-op wholesale distribution subsidiary, Nisa has set out its goal to recruit 400 new stores to its network by the end of 2023. Currently Nisa has 2,480 stores in supply trading under Nisa or independent fascias, as well as over 1,400 Costcutter stores supplied under contract. Strong start to the year with 130 stores already recruited Amongst the stores already added to the Nisa network in ...
The Grocer has reported that independent chain Jempson’s is to become the second Together with Morrisons retailer, with plans to convert its six stores to the dual-branded fascia. Jempson’s will convert its superstore in Peasmarsh to the new fascia later this spring, with the remainder of the estate to follow during 2023. The move will be a blow for Nisa, which has been Jempson’s primary supplier...
Co-op wholesale subsidiary, Nisa has announced a £6m investment into lowering the cost of more than a thousand branded products for its retailers. Using market data to identify key lines, Nisa has targeted these reductions to the most important ambient categories for symbol and independent retailers: beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and tobacco. Focus on branded lines to match previous reduc...
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