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There’s something for everyone to be inspired by in the Nordics – from unstaffed convenience stores to outperforming hypermarkets, foodservice innovation to the sustainable discount store of the future.

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

We look at five key trends set to shape the Western Europe in 2020. Retailers are continuing to invest in private labels, health, wellness and lifestyle choices. At the same time, retailers are focusing on evolving existing strategies and creating innovative store formats. 

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In our recent Western European outlook 2021 article, we highlighted ‘Stepping up on sustainability’ as one of five trends that we expect to shape grocery retail in 2021. This is especially the case in the Nordics, where sustainability remains at the heart of retailer strategies despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

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We round up the latest developments from Salling Group, as it introduces three brand new apps across its grocery formats. Netto: Fillop ambient grocery online subscription service Earlier this month, the leading Danish discounter introduced the Fillop app, an ambient grocery online subscription service. Source: Salling Group, Apple The new service aims to remove the need for regula...
Tesco announced the sale of 301 of its stores in Poland to Salling Group’s discount banner Netto. This includes the sales of two distribution centres, and it headquarters in Krakow, all valued at PLN900m (€181m). The transaction needs to be approved by the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, which will be finalised by Q4 2020. Tesco Poland sale is not unexpected news Tesco...
Danish discounter Netto has launched ‘Fillop’ , an ambient grocery online subscription service, following successful testing over the last nine months. How does the service work? Shoppers place their first order, which is then regularly delivered ‘every 14 days, every month or every other month’. Future orders can be amended on a regular basis, while users are free to ‘pause, change f...

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