Featured insights and store visits from Latin America

Convenience channel inspiration from Latin America

The effects of the pandemic and the changes to consumer behaviour forced retailers in the region to re-evaluate their store proposition and evolve it better me the needs of customers. 

Quick commerce: learnings from one of the world's most advanced regions

In this report we explore how quick commerce has evolved in LATAM over the past 18 months and how we expect this to evolve in the future. 

Inside Grupo Éxito’s first carbon neutral supermarket

We look at Grupo Exito's first carbon neutral store under its innovative Carulla FreshMaket banner.

Mexico Country Presentation

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

Brazil Country Presentation

A guide to Brazil’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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Our latest research reveals that Walmart’s revenue is set to reach almost $750 bn by 2027. Between 2021 and 2027 it is expected to grow by 4.7% on a CAGR basis, reaching $747.6 bn.

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Carrefour operates over 13,000 stores in nine different markets. The Carrefour group continues to expand its operations and partners to provide quick commerce and food delivery services. Carrefour Brazil revealed it completed the acquisition of Grupo Big in Brazil. Meanwhile, Europe’s leading q-commerce Flink SE purchased Cajoo, who partners with Carrefour to supply its private label and other ex...
OXXO, a Mexican convenience retailer owned by FEMSA, opened its first store in 1978 and has since accumulated 20,172 stores in Mexico (Q1 2022). Throughout the pandemic, government restrictions on mobility created some of OXXOs toughest trading challenges in its history. The retailer showed impressive agility, quickly adapting its proposition to meet changing consumer needs and to tackle the d...
Multinational retailer Dollarcity was founded in El Salvador in 2009. After almost 10 years of operation, it sold a 50.1% share of its business to Dollarama (a Canadian dollar store retail chain) for a value close to US$95m. The dollar store concept, known locally in the region as ‘dolarazos’, is becoming popular. Their strength lies in their varied assortment of consumables, general merchandi...

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Presentations

28/06/2022
Understand how Amazon will grow in the next five years, its latest developments, and the implications for retailers and suppliers.
15/06/2022
We look at Walmart's strategic priorities for the next five years.
01/06/2022
Quick commerce has been one of the fastest growing and innovative segments of the food and consumer goods industry. We highlight how the landscape has evolved by region, the players you should be prioritising, market sizes for UK, USA and Australia, and an in-depth look at the business models and profitability of the channel.
23/05/2022
See the top trends shaping the eating out market in 2022 and beyond, with examples from operators leading the way around the world.

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Latin America retail outlook 2022

We highlight five trends set to shape the food and consumer goods retail market across Latin America in 2022.

Store visits from Latin America

Take inspiration from our reports on Latin America’s best grocery stores and understand what the latest concepts mean for you.

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