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The latest release from Kantar, tracking the performance of GB grocery retail over the 12 weeks to 18 April 2021, shows that sector growth slowed to 5.7%, as sales met the tougher comparatives of the early pandemic in 2020 and non-essential retail and the out-of-home sectors began to open from 12 April, beginning the resumption of a more normal competitive retail landscape.  However, Kantar indicates that over the most recent four weeks growth had again picked up to 6.5%.

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Kantar market shares are generated using Kantar Worldpanel's till-roll scanning methodology and extrapolated using a sample of 5,000 households, representing 1 in every 500 homes. Figures are calculated over a rolling 12 week period and include VAT.
An essential summary presentation of trading priorities, latest developments, and other key commercial insights for Tesco. Also includes a checklist to trade with Tesco.
Centre store categories are of significant interest and importance for grocery retailers and suppliers. While on one end the centre store drives revenue for suppliers and retailers, the latter benefit from the traffic it attracts to their stores. Centre store categories also provide retailers with the opportunity to encourage shoppers to trade up or drive incremental volume.

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Strategic outlook for Tesco

As Ken Murphy takes up his position as Tesco’s new CEO we analyse the group’s priorities and present our forecasts to 2022.

UK country presentation

This in-depth guide to the United Kingdom explores the key trends in grocery retail and the growth strategies of the leading retailers in the country.

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