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Spain-based DIA announced group net sales increased by 2.5% to €1.7 bn, with like-for-like (LFL) sales up 6.3%. The retailer continues to improve its performance by focusing on the five pillars of its roadmap, which includes optimisation of its assortment, its private label ranges, online sales and express delivery, franchisees, and operations.

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Amazon announced it has opened three new distribution centres in Brazil to decrease delivery times in different regions of the country. Largest logistical expansion in the country The three new distribution centres are located in Minas Gerais, Distrito Federal, and Rio Grande do Sul, and mark the largest logistical expansion for Amazon in the country so far. Amazon now operates eight distri...
Until recently, Brazilian consumers have had a negative perception of private label, with many considering the products as being of low quality. Suppliers have invested in their brands building strong connections with shoppers, which has created a challenge for retailers looking to encourage them to try something new and different. It is, therefore, key for private label products to co-exist al...
Carrefour reported total sales rose 5.5%, at constant exchange rates, to €19.7 bn, with like-for-likes rising 8.4% in its third quarter. The retailer said its growth was its ‘ best performance in at least 20 years ’. The positive results were broad based, with most markets and channels seeing growth, and came despite ‘ an unfavourable petrol effect ’ and ‘ an unfavorable exchange rate effect ’...

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