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18/02/2021
Most global food retail markets experienced accelerated growth during 2020 as consumer spending on food shifted from out-of-home to at-home. In this report we look at the impact on growth across major markets in 2020 and the prospects through to 2022.
05/02/2021
This guide to Brazil explores the key trends in grocery retail, the outlook for the country’s differing channels to 2022 and the growth strategies of its leading retailers.
21/01/2021
We highlight five trends set to shape the food and consumer goods retail market across Latin America in 2021.
16/12/2020
Understand how Carrefour's global strategy has been impacted and accelerated by COVID-19 and how it is looking to evolve and embed its model and organisation as part of its aim ‘to be the world leader [for] food transition for all’.
07/12/2020
The discount channel is evolving at pace in Latin America and this has sped up since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this report we look at each of the major discounters and highlight their latest developments. We explore five themes for how the channel is evolving and provide some hypotheses for how the channel could evolve further in the next five to 10 years. We also consider the opportunities and challenges for suppliers and manufacturers.
18/08/2020
COVID-19 is forcing retailers to rethink the function and features of their physical stores, providing new impetus for innovation. Find inspiration from global operators in our Q2 highlights.
24/06/2020
In 2019, LetterOne Retail became the majority owner of Spanish retailer DIA Group. Its ‘Make DIA a Champion’ strategy aims to turn the business's performance around in five years.
15/06/2020
We look at Amazon's commercial performance, its strategic priorities for the next five years, and the implications for retailers and manufacturers.
05/06/2020
In Latin America grocery retailers and FMCG businesses are starting to consider the future of retail in a post-Covid-19 world. This report builds on our 10 global hypotheses, which we published in April, focusing on the six that have been the most prevalent in the region. We look at the how these hypotheses have played out, giving examples of how businesses have responded during the pandemic. We give our view of how we expect these changes to continue to evolve in the medium term and provide implications and considerations for manufacturers.
15/04/2020
To help guarantee the safety of shoppers and staff and reduce the spread of COVID-19, a startup in Brazil has created an Ultraviolet (UV) decontamination unit for shopper carts and the products in them. Units cost about GB£1,000 (US$1,260).