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Carrefour reported Q2 results as like-for-like (LFL) sales increased by 6.3%. The strong results were driven by the good performance and omnichannel strategy in most markets including Spain, Belgium and Brazil.

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Less than a year after closing its online operations in Brazil, DIA has partnered with online food deliverer iFood to reintroduce a delivery service in the country. Similarly, in Argentina it has partnered with Pedidos Ya (Order Now) and Glovo, to cope with overwhelming demand for deliveries as a result of the lockdown. Latest DIA store design in São Paulo, Brazil Source: IGD Resea...
Carrefour reported first quarter sales, with like-for-like (LFL) sales rising 7.8%. Although the performance benefited from ‘ precautionary purchases in March ’, driven by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and lockdown conditions in its European operations, the retailer enjoyed ‘ a solid performance in January and February ’. Quarter, especially March, affected by impact of coronavirus Ca...
Mercado Libre is as Argentinian business that operates an online marketplace. It has operations in most countries in Latin America. Argentina has become the second market, after Mexico, in which it has launched the Supermercado Libre service. Founder and CEO Marcos Galperín, previously announced plans to launch the service in mid-2020 but has brought this forward due to unprecedented demand fo...


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.
This report provides insight on the evolution of last mile, rapid delivery services in Latin America. This includes both global businesses that have entered the region (e.g. Uber Eats and Glovo) and the extremely successful local players (such as Cornershop, iFood and Rappi).
We review the five key trends set to shape the Latin American grocery market over the next 12 months and beyond.
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We review the five key trends set to shape the Latin American grocery market over the next 12 months and beyond.

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