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    • Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013 Mintel’s European report series covers the 19 leading economies of Western Europe. In total these countries account for around 95% of all European retail sales, excluding Russia. This data in its entirety is contained in the single copy 19-country report, which gives a full overview of the grocers sectors in Europe. This report includes grocers sector forecasts to 2018 for each of the 19 countries. It also features our exclusive consumer research for the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. This year we asked shoppers what retailers they use for their main grocery shopping, what type of stores or channels (such as online) they ever buy groceries from, and what types of non-grocery products (i.e. general merchandise) they had bought from a grocery retailer in the past year. Our full European report includes company profiles of 25 major supermarket groups. table Of Content executive Summary – Europe consumer Spending figure 1: Europe: Year-on-year Growth In Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco (in Domestic Currencies), By Country, 2012 the Grocers Sector figure 2: Europe: Grocers’ Sector Sales: Estimated Annual Growth (in Domestic Currencies), 2013 figure 3: Europe: Grocers’ Sector Sales (excl. Vat), 2013 the Top Grocers figure 4: Europe’s Leading Grocers: Net Revenues And Year-on-year Growth In Revenues, 2012 the Consumer: Types Of Store Used For Grocery Shopping figure 5: Europe: The Consumer: Types Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, October 2013 the Consumer: Buying Non-grocery Goods From Grocery Retailers figure 6: Europe: The Consumer: Any Non-grocery Purchase From A Grocery Retailer In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, October 2013 figure 7: Europe: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, By Country, Most Popular Categories, October 2013 report Scope And Technical Notes scope technical Notes consumer Spending retail Sales abbreviations Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • vat figure 8: European Vat Rates (standard Rates), 2010-13 financial Definitions market Shares european Summary – The Market consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco figure 9: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco (incl. Vat), By Country, 2012 figure 10: Europe: Year-on-year Growth In Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco, 2012 figure 11: Europe: Year-on-year Growth In Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco (in Domestic Currencies), By Country, 2012 grocers’ Share Of Food/beverage/tobacco Spending – The Major Markets figure 12: Europe: Estimated Share Of Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco Taken By The Grocers Sector, Selected Countries, 2012 the Grocers Sector In Europe sector Growth In 2013 figure 13: Europe: Grocers’ Sector Sales: Estimated Annual Growth (in Domestic Currencies), 2013 sector Sales And Forecasts figure 14: Europe: Grocers’ Sector Sales (excl. Vat), 2008-13 figure 15: Europe: Grocers’ Sector Sales: Compound Annual Growth Rates (in Domestic Currencies), 2008-13 figure 16: Europe: Grocers Sector Sales Forecasts (excl. Vat), 2013-18 europe’s Top 25 Grocers sales – The Discounters Win In 2012 figure 17: Europe’s Leading Grocers: Net Revenues, 2008-12 outlets And Sales Per Outlet figure 18: Europe’s Leading Grocers: Outlet Numbers, 2008-12 figure 19: Europe’s Leading Grocers: Annual Sales Per Outlet, 2008-12 operating Profits And Margins figure 20: Europe’s Leading Grocers: Operating Profits, 2008-12 figure 21: Europe’s Leading Grocers: Operating Margins, 2008-12 european Summary – The Consumer key Points what We Asked types Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping figure 22: Europe: The Consumer: Types Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, October 2013 netted Totals Confirm Uk’s Lead Online figure 23: Europe: The Consumer: Types Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, Netted Totals, October 2013 retailers Used For Main Grocery Shop, Country By Country figure 24: Uk: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Most Grocery Shopping, September 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 25: France: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Main Weekly Grocery Shop, October 2013 figure 26: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Main Weekly Grocery Shop, October 2013 figure 27: Italy: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Main Weekly Grocery Shop, October 2013 figure 28: Spain: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Main Weekly Grocery Shop, October 2013 buying Non-grocery Goods From Grocery Retailers figure 29: Europe: The Consumer: Any Non-grocery Purchase From A Grocery Retailer In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, October 2013 figure 30: Europe: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, By Country, Most Popular Categories, October 2013 figure 31: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, By Country, Least Popular Categories, October 2013 what We Think uk germany france spain italy austria spending And Inflation figure 32: Austria: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco, Incl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 33: Austria: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 34: Austria: Food Retailers’ Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 35: Austria: Food Retailers’ Sales Forecasts, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 36: Austria: Leading Food Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 37: Austria: Leading Food Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 38: Austria: Leading Food Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 39: Austria: Leading Food Retailers’ Shares Of Food Retail Sales, 2010-12 belgium spending And Inflation figure 40: Belgium: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco (inc. Vat), 2008-13 figure 41: Belgium: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 42: Belgium: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat), 2008-12 figure 43: Belgium: Retail Sales Forecast, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 44: Belgium: Leading Food Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 45: Belgium: Leading Food Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 46: Belgium: Leading Food Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 47: Belgium: Leading Food Retailers’ Shares Of Food Retail Sales, 2010-12 czech Republic spending And Inflation figure 48: Czech Republic: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco, Incl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 49: Czech Republic: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 50: Czech Republic: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 51: Czech Republic: Retail Sales Forecasts, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 52: Czech Republic: Leading Food Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 53: Czech Republic: Leading Food Retailers ’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 54: Czech Republic: Leading Food Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 55: Czech Republic: Leading Food Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers Sales, 2010-12 denmark spending And Inflation figure 56: Denmark: Households Consumption Expenditure, (incl Vat), 2008-13 figure 57: Denmark: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sept 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 58: Denmark: Retail Sales (excl. Vat), 2008-12 figure 59: Denmark: Retail Sales Forecasts (excl. Vat), 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 60: Denmark: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 61: Denmark: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 62: Denmark: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 63: Denmark: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 finland spending And Inflation figure 64: Finland: Households Consumption Expenditure, (incl Vat), 2008-13 figure 65: Finland: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 66: Finland: Retail Sales (excl. Vat), 2008-12 figure 67: Finland: Retail Sales Forecasts (excl. Vat), 2013-18 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 68: Finland: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 69: Finland: Leading Grocery Retailers Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 70: Finland: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 71: Finland: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 france executive Summary spending And Inflation sector Size And Forecast leading Retailers online the Consumer – Who Shops Where the Consumer - Non-food Products Bought what We Think spending And Inflation key Points consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco figure 72: France: Consumer Spending On Food, Drink And Tobacco, Incl. Vat, 2008-13 inflation figure 73: France: Consumer Price Indices, Oct 2012-oct 2013 figure 74: France: Consumer Price Indices, 2007-13 distribution Of Spending figure 75: France: Estimated Distribution Of Spending On Food, Drink And Tobacco, 2012 sector Size And Forecast key Points figure 76: France: Food Retailers Sales (excl Vat), 2008-13 figure 77: France: Food Retailers Sales Forecasts (excl Vat), 2013-18 leading Retailers: Financials And Outlets key Points figure 78: France: Leading Grocery Retailers, Sales, 2010-12 figure 79: France: Leading Grocers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-1012 figure 80: France: Leading Retailers: Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 leading Retailers: Market Shares key Points figure 81: France: Leading Grocers Sales As % All Food Retailers Sales, 2010-12 online key Points figure 82: France: The Consumer: Types Of Online Grocery Store Used, October 2013 figure 83: Percentage Of All Individuals Who Have Bought Groceries Online In The Last 12 Months, 2007-12 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • market Size the Retailers Online figure 84: France: Leading Grocers’ Online Offers, November 2013 the Consumer – Who Shops Where key Points figure 85: France: Type Of Food Shop Used, October 2013 figure 86: France: Where People Do Their Main Shop, October 2013 figure 87: France: Where People Do Top-up Shopping, October 2013 customer Profiles figure 88: France: Profile Of Users Of Types Of Store, Oct 2013 figure 89: France: Profile Of Where People Do Their Main Shop, October 2013 figure 90: France: Profile Of Where People Do Top-up Shopping, October 2013 primary Shops figure 91: France: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Gender, October 2013 figure 92: France: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Age, October 2013 figure 93: France: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Region, October 2013 figure 94: France: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Employment Status, October 2013 figure 95: France: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Household Size, October 2013 the Consumer - Non-food Products Bought key Points figure 96: France: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, In-store/online, October 2013 figure 97: France: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, In-store, October 2013 figure 98: France: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Online, October 2013 figure 99: France: Profile Of Buyers Of Particular Non-foods, Online And In-store, October 2013 figure 100: France: Profile Of Non-foods Buyers, Online, October 2013 germany executive Summary spending And Inflation sector Sales And Forecast leading Retailers online the Consumer – Where They Shop the Consumer – Types Of Stores Used the Consumer – Non-grocery Purchases what We Think spending And Inflation key Points consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco figure 101: Germany: Consumer Spending (incl. Vat), 2008-13 inflation figure 102: Germany: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, October 2012-september Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • 2013 figure 103: Germany: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, 2008-13 distribution Of Spending sector Size And Forecast key Points slower Growth In 2013 figure 104: Germany: Retail Sales (excl. Vat), 2008-13 figure 105: Germany: Retail Sales Forecasts (excl. Vat), 2013-18 leading Retailers: Financials And Outlets key Points the Discounters figure 106: Germany: Share Of Grocers Sector Sales Taken By The Leading Discounters, 2010-12 softening Propositions innovation Yields Growth – For Some real Continues To Struggle tegut Overhauled regional Ties Remain Strong figure 107: Germany: Leading Grocery Retailers; Net Revenues, Excl. Sales Tax, 2010-12 figure 108: Germany: Leading Grocers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 109: Germany: Leading Grocers’ Annual Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 leading Retailers: Market Shares figure 110: Germany: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 online key Points market Size Remains Small yet Participation Is Relatively High figure 111: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, Selected Options, October 2013 figure 112: Germany: The Consumer: Percentage Of All Individuals Having Purchased Online In The Past 12 Months, 2008-12 the Retailers Online online Pureplays the Major Grocers figure 113: Germany: Leading Grocers’ Online Offers, November 2013 the Consumer: Where They Shop key Points what We Asked where They Shop – Main Shop And Top-up Shopping figure 114: Germany: The Consumer: Where They Buy Groceries: Main Weekly Shop, October 2013 figure 115: Germany: The Consumer: Where They Buy Groceries: Top-up Shopping, October 2013 figure 116: Germany: The Consumer: Where They Buy Groceries: Main Weekly Shop: Average Age And Affluence By Retailer, October 2013 the Consumer: Types Of Stores Used key Points Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • what We Asked discounters Strong – But Hypermarkets Surprisingly Popular Too figure 117: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, October 2013 demographics: Out-of-town Attracting Families figure 118: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, By Presence Of Children In Household, October 2013 figure 119: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, By Average Age And Affluence, October 2013 primary Shops figure 120: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Gender, October 2013 figure 121: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Age, October 2013 figure 122: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Region, October 2013 figure 123: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Employment Status, October 2013 figure 124: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Household Size, October 2013 the Consumer: Non-grocery Purchases key Points what We Asked clothing And Books Most Popular figure 125: Germany: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, October 2013 but Books Most Popular Online figure 126: Germany: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, By In-store And Online, October 2013 by Age: 25-44 Year Olds Are Core figure 127: Germany: The Consumer: Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, By Age Group, October 2013 figure 128: Germany: The Consumer: Less Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, By Age Group, October 2013 greece spending And Inflation figure 129: Greece: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco, Incl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 130: Greece: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 131: Greece: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 132: Greece: Retail Sales Forecasts, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 133: Greece: Leading Food Retailers, By Revenues, Excl. Vat, 2010-12 figure 134: Greece: Leading Food Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 135: Greece: Leading Food Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 136: Greece: Leading Food Retailers’ Shares Of Food Retail Sales, 2010-12 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • hungary spending And Inflation figure 137: Hungary: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages & Tobacco, Incl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 138: Hungary: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 139: Hungary: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 140: Hungary: Retail Sales Forecast, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 141: Hungary: Leading Food Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 142: Hungary: Leading Food Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 143: Hungary: Leading Food Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 144: Hungary: Leading Food Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers Sales, 2010-12 ireland spending And Inflation figure 145: Republic Of Ireland: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco (inc. Vat), 2008-13 figure 146: Republic Of Ireland: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 147: Republic Of Ireland: Retail Sales (excl. Vat), 2008-12 figure 148: Republic Of Ireland: Retail Sales Forecast (excl. Vat), 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 149: Republic Of Ireland: Leading Food Retailers, By Revenues, 2010-12 figure 150: Republic Of Ireland: Leading Food Retailers, Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 151: Republic Of Ireland: Leading Food Retailers Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 152: Republic Of Ireland: Leading Food Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers Sales, 2010-12 italy executive Summary spending And Inflation sector Sales And Forecast leading Retailers online the Consumer – Where They Shop the Consumer – Types Of Stores Used the Consumer – Non-grocery Purchases what We Think Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • spending And Inflation key Points figure 153: Italy: Households’ Consumption Expenditure, Incl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 154: Italy: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-oct 2013 channels Of Distribution figure 155: Italy: Estimated Distribution Of Spending On Food And Beverages, 2012 sector Size And Forecast figure 156: Italy: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 157: Italy: Retail Sales Forecasts, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 sector Sales Mix figure 158: Italy: Grocers Sales Mix, 2012 enterprises And Employment figure 159: Italy: Number Of Retail Enterprises, 2008-10 figure 160: Italy: Retail Employment By Type Of Retailer, 2008-10 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets key Points figure 161: Italy: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 162: Italy: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 163: Italy: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 164: Italy: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Market Shares, 2010-12 online key Points italy The Online Laggard market Size consumer Usage figure 165: Italy: Types Of Online Grocery Stores Used, October 2013 figure 166: Italy: Percentage Of All Individuals Having Purchased Online In The Past 12 Months, Selected Categories, 2008-12 the Consumer: Where They Shop key Points what We Asked main-shop Destinations figure 167: Italy: Where They Buy The Main Weekly Shop, October 2013 main-shop Consumers By Demographics figure 168: Italy: Where They Buy Their Mainly Weekly Shop, By Average Age And Affluence, October 2013 top-up Shop Destinations figure 169: Italy: Where They Buy Their Top-up Shopping, October, 2013 top-up Shoppers By Demographics figure 170: Italy: Where They Buy Their Top Up Shopping, By Average Age And Income, October 2013 the Consumer: Types Of Stores Used key Points Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • what We Asked high Street Shopping Has The Greatest Appeal figure 171: Italy: Types Of Stores Used, October 2013 primary Shops figure 172: Italy: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Gender, October 2013 figure 173: Italy: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Age, October 2013 figure 174: Italy: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Region, October 2013 figure 175: Italy: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Employment Status, October 2013 the Consumer: Non-grocery Purchases key Points what We Asked books Most Popular figure 176: Italy: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, October 2013 stores Are The Preferred Choice Overall figure 177: Italy: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, By In-store And Online, October 2013 preferences By Gender figure 178: Italy: Selected Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers Whether In-store Or Online, By Gender, October 2013 preferences By Age And Household Income the Netherlands spending And Inflation figure 179: The Netherlands: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages & Tobacco, Incl Vat, 2008-13 figure 180: The Netherlands: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 181: The Netherlands: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 182: Netherlands: Retail Sales Forecast, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 183: Netherlands: Leading Food Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 184: Netherlands: Leading Food Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 185: The Netherlands: Leading Food Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 186: The Netherlands: Leading Food Retailers’ Shares Of Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 norway spending And Inflation figure 187: Norway: Households Consumption Expenditure (incl Vat), 2008-13 figure 188: Norway: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sept 2013 sector Size And Forecast Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 189: Norway: Retail Sales (excl. Vat), 2008-12 figure 190: Norway: Retail Sales Forecasts (excl. Vat), 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 191: Norway: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 192: Norway: Leading Grocery Retailers, Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 193: Norway: Leading Grocery Retailers, Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 194: Norway: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 poland spending And Inflation figure 195: Poland: Consumer Spending On Food, Beverages & Tobacco (incl Vat), 2008-13 figure 196: Poland: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sept 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 197: Poland: Retail Sales (excl Vat), 2008-12 figure 198: Poland: Retail’ Sales Forecast, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 199: Poland: Leading Food Retailers By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 200: Poland: Leading Food Retailers, Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 201: Poland: Leading Food Retailers, Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 202: Poland: Leading Food Retailers Share Of All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 portugal spending And Inflation figure 203: Portugal: Households Consumption Expenditure, Incl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 204: Portugal: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sep 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 205: Portugal: Retail Sales, Excl. Sales Tax, 2008-12 figure 206: Portugal: Retail Sales Forecasts, Excl. Sales Tax, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 207: Portugal: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 208: Portugal: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 209: Portugal: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 210: Portugal: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 spain executive Summary spending And Inflation Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • sector Sales And Forecast leading Retailers online the Consumer – Where They Shop the Consumer – Types Of Stores Used the Consumer – Non-grocery Purchases what We Think spending And Inflation key Points consumer Spending figure 211: Spain: Households Consumption Expenditure, Incl. Vat, 2008-12 inflation figure 212: Spain: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change Food And Drink, Oct 2012-sept 2013 distribution Of Spending figure 213: Spain: Estimated Distribution Of Spending On Food, Beverages, And Tobacco, 2012 sector Sales And Forecast key Points sector Sales figure 214: Spain: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 215: Spain: Retail Sales Forecasts, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 sector Sales Mix figure 216: Spain: Estimated Sales Mix For The Grocers’ Sector, 2012 enterprises And Employment figure 217: Spain: Number Of Outlets And Enterprises, 2008-10 figure 218: Spain: Number Of Full-time-equivalent Employees In Retailing, 2008-10 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets key Points mercadona Dominates The Sector discounters Gain Ground new Management At Carrefour and El Corte Inglés auchan Holds Its Ground brighter Future For Eroski? regional Supermarkets Gain Ground figure 219: Spain: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Sales, Excl. Vat, 2010-12 figure 220: Spain: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 221: Spain: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Estimated Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 222: Spain: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers Sales, 2010-12 online key Points market Size Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • consumer Usage figure 223: Spain: Types Of Online Grocery Stores Used, October 2013 online Retailers figure 224: Spain: The Consumer: Percentage Of All Individuals Having Purchased Online In The Past 12 Months, 2008-12 the Consumer: Where They Shop key Points what We Asked main-shop Destinations figure 225: Spain: Where They Buy Main Weekly Shop, October 2013 main-shop Consumers By Demographics figure 226: Spain: Where They Buy Their Mainly Weekly Shop, By Average Age And Affluence, October 2013 top-up Shop Destinations figure 227: Spain: Where They Buy Their Top-up Shopping, October 2013 the Consumer: Types Of Stores Used key Points what We Asked high Street Shopping Has The Greatest Appeal figure 228: Spain: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, October 2013 primary Shops figure 229: Spain: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Gender, October 2013 figure 230: Spain: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Age, October 2013 figure 231: Spain: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Region, October 2013 figure 232: Spain: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Employment Status, October 2013 figure 233: Spain: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Household Size, October 2013 the Consumer: Non-grocery Purchases key Points what We Asked clothing And Books Most Popular figure 234: Spain: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, October 2013 stores Are The Preferred Choice For Larger Ticket Items figure 235: Spain: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, By In-store And Online, October 2013 preferences By Gender figure 236: Spain: Select Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers Whether In-store Or Online, By Gender, October 2013 preferences By Age And Household Income sweden spending And Inflation figure 237: Sweden: Households Consumption Expenditure, Incl Vat, 2008-13 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 238: Sweden: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sept 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 239: Sweden: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 240: Sweden: Retail Sales Forecasts, Excl. Vat, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 241: Sweden: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Revenues (excl Vat), 2010-12 figure 242: Sweden: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 243: Sweden: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 244: Sweden: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 switzerland spending And Inflation figure 245: Switzerland: Households Consumption Expenditure, Incl. Sales Tax, 2008-12 figure 246: Switzerland: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Jan 2012-sept 2013 sector Size And Forecast figure 247: Switzerland: Retail Sales, Excl. Sales Tax, 2008-12 figure 248: Switzerland: Retail Sales Forecasts, 2013-18 the Retailers: Financials And Outlets figure 249: Switzerland: Leading Grocery Retailers, By Revenues, Excl. Vat, 2010-12 figure 250: Switzerland: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 251: Switzerland: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 the Retailers: Market Shares figure 252: Switzerland: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Shares Of All Food Retailers’ Sales, 2010-12 united Kingdom definitions data financial Definitions abbreviations executive Summary the Market figure 253: Grocery Retailers Sector Size And Forecast (incl. Vat), 2008-18 market Factors companies, Brands And Innovation 2012: Premium And Discount Winners figure 254: Leading Grocers: Shares Of All Grocers’ Sales, 2011 And 2012 2013 figure 255: Leading Grocery Retailers: Forecast Growth In Net Revenues, 2013 the Consumer Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • retailers Used For Main Grocery Shop figure 256: The Consumer: Retailer Used For Main Grocery Shop, September 2013 types Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping figure 257: The Consumer: Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 changes In Types Of Stores Used figure 258: Proportion Of Population That Has Switched To A Particular Type Of Store/retailer In Last Year, September 2013 non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers figure 259: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers In The Past 12 Months, September 2013 figure 260: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers In The Past 12 Months, By In-store/online, September 2013 habits And Attitudes In Shopping For Non-grocery Items figure 261: The Consumer: Habits And Attitudes – Shopping For Non-grocery Items, September 2013 services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer figure 262: Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer, September 2013 what We Think issues And Insights what Are The Implications Of Online Grocery Shopping? the Facts the Implications can Revitalised Stores Halt A Decline For Hypermarkets? the Facts the Implications is Convenience Booming? the Facts the Implications who Is Feeling The Heat From The Discounters? the Facts the Implications trend Applications creature Comforts collective Intelligence mintel Futures the Market Environment key Points confidence Has Been On An Upward Trajectory figure 263: Consumer Confidence Levels, October 2012-september 2013 figure 264: Mintel’s Consumer Tracker: Percentage Better Off/worse Off Compared To 12 Months Ago, July 2011-september 2013 but Incomes Remain Under Pressure figure 265: Annual % Change In Consumer Prices Versus Annual % Change In Average Earnings, January 2009-july 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • and Inflation Is High In Food figure 266: Consumer Prices Index: Annual % Change, Selected Categories, October 2012-september 2013 figure 267: Consumer Prices Index: Annual % Change, Detailed Categories, October 2012-september 2013 And 2012 Annual Average consumer Spending And Inflation key Points spending By Category figure 268: Consumer Spending On Grocery And Related Categories (incl. Vat), 2008-13 general Merchandise figure 269: Consumer Spending On Selected General Merchandise Categories (incl. Vat), 2008-13 consumer Prices Inflation figure 270: Consumer Prices Index: Annual % Change, October 2012-september 2013 figure 271: Consumer Prices Index: Annual % Change, 2008-13 real-terms Spending Growth figure 272: Inferred Real-terms Annual Spending Growth, By Category, 2008-13 sector Size And Forecast key Points total Sector Sees Real-terms Declines figure 273: Grocery Retailers Sector Size And Forecast (incl. Vat), 2008-18 figure 274: Grocery Retailers Sector Size And Forecast (incl. Vat), In Current And Constant Prices, 2008-18 segmentation: Convenience Stores Outpace Supermarkets figure 275: Supermarkets, Including Online, Retail Sales And Forecast (incl. Vat), 2008-18 figure 276: Convenience Stores Retail Sales And Forecast (incl. Vat), 2008-18 figure 277: Supermarkets, Including Online, Retail Sales And Forecast (incl. Vat), In Current And Constant Prices, 2008-18 figure 278: Convenience Stores Retail Sales And Forecast (incl. Vat), In Current And Constant Prices, 2008-18 mintel’s Forecast Methodology the Forecast the Fan Chart strengths And Weaknesses strengths weaknesses the Consumer – Retail Customer Profile Comparison key Points gender figure 279: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Gender, October 2013 age figure 280: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers, By Age, October 2013 region figure 281: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers, By Region, October 2013 household Size figure 282: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers, By Household Size, October 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • financial Situation figure 283: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers, By State Of Finances, October 2013 the Consumer – Grocery Shopping Habit Tracker key Points consumer Confidence financial Situation figure 284: “how Do You Feel About Your Current Financial Situation”, 2009-13 figure 285: “how Do You Feel About Your Financial Prospects”, 2009-13 food Buying Habits figure 286: “i Look Out For More Special Offers (eg Buy One Get One Free)”, 2012-13 figure 287: “i Have Switched From Branded To Cheaper Own-label Groceries”, 2012-13 figure 288: “i Have Cut Down On The Number Of Premium Products I Buy (eg Tesco Finest, Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Etc)”, 2012-13 figure 289: “i Have Cut Back On Organic Products To Save Money”, 2012-13 the Consumer – Changing Shopping Habits key Points figure 290: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores, September 2013 figure 291: Proportion Of Population That Has Switched To A Particular Retailer In The Last Year, September 2013 figure 292: Profile Of Those Who Have Shopped More From Discounters, Online And C-stores, September 2013 the Consumer – Where People Shop key Points main Shoppers figure 293: Stores Used For Main Grocery Shop, September 2013 figure 294: Profile Of Main Shoppers, September 2013 figure 295: All Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 296: Profile Of Shoppers Of Particular Stores, September 2013 figure 297: Profile By Age Of Respondent And Household Size, September 2013 the Consumer – What Have People Bought key Points figure 298: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, September 2013 in-store Purchases figure 299: In-store Purchasers Of Non-grocery Products, September 2013 online Purchases figure 300: Online Purchasers Of Non-grocery Products, September 2013 repertoire figure 301: Number Of Different Types Of Non-foods Bought From Grocery Retailers, September 2013 figure 302: Profile Of Customers By Number Of Non-food Items Bought, September 2013 the Consumer – Attitudes To Buying Non-groceries key Points figure 303: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, September 2013 store Location Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • profiles Of Attitudes To Non-grocery Buying figure 304: Profiles Of Attitudes To Buying Non-groceries, September 2013 the Consumer – Provision Of Services key Points figure 305: Services That Have Been Used Or Would Consider Using, September 2013 figure 306: Profile Of Users Of Supermarket Services, September 2013 advertising And Promotion key Points total Ad Spend Falls figure 307: Main Media Advertising Spend, By Leading Grocery Retailers, 2009-12 majority Of Ad Spend Channelled Through The Press And Tv figure 308: Leading Grocers’ Main Media Advertising Spend, By Media Type, 2012 what We Have Seen In 2013 tesco’s Digital Entertainment And Fashion Push the World Of Ocado iceland Moving Further Away From Celebrity Advertising asda’s Low Prices Commitment morrisons Multimillion Pound Tv Sponsorship Deal spar Addresses Popular Misconception lidl Uk’s First Ever Nationwide Tv Advert sainsbury’s ‘back Tu School’ And Brand Match Values Campaign brand Research brand Map figure 309: Attitudes Towards And Usage Of Brands In The Food Retailing Sector, July 2013 correspondence Analysis brand Attitudes figure 310: Attitudes, By Food Retailing Brand, July 2013 brand Personality figure 311: Food Retailing Brand Personality – Macro Image, July 2013 figure 312: Food Retailing Brand Personality – Micro Image, July 2013 brand Experience figure 313: Food Retailing Brand Usage, July 2013 figure 314: Satisfaction With Various Food Retailing Brands, July 2013 figure 315: Consideration Of Food Retailing Brands, July 2013 figure 316: Consumer Perceptions Of Current Food Retailing Brand Performance, July 2013 brand Index figure 317: Food Retailing Brand Index, July 2013 target Group Analysis figure 318: Target Groups, July 2013 figure 319: Food Retailing Brand Usage, By Target Groups, July 2013 group One – Conformists group Two – Simply The Best group Three – Shelf Stalkers Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • group Four – Habitual Shoppers group Five – Individualists who’s Innovating? key Points first Supermarket Farm Shop In The Uk music Download Reward For In-store Customers food Collection Lockers ‘concierge-style Welcome Desks’ sainsbury’s Sustainable Store Concept mobile Wallet To Speed Up Click & Collect Checkout shopping And Leisure Destination figure 320: Euphorium Bakery, Tesco Watford, August 2013 face-scanning Technology Enables Targeted Ads ‘smart Shelves’ off Premises Click & Collect Services easyjet Founder To Launch New Low-cost Supermarket personalised 3d-printing Service space Allocation Summary figure 321: Space Allocation Of Foods And Non-foods, October 2013 figure 322: Leading Grocers: Detailed Space Allocation Estimates, October 2013 figure 323: Leading Grocers: Detailed Space Allocation Estimates, October 2013 (continued) retail Product Mix figure 324: Leading Food Retailers: Broad Sales Mix, 2012/13 figure 325: Leading Food Retailers: Sales By Product In Larger Stores, 2012/13 figure 326: Leading Food Retailers: Sales Per Square Metre In Larger Stores, 2012/13 distribution Of Spending key Points distribution Of Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco figure 327: Estimated Distribution Of Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco, 2012 figure 328: Estimated Distribution Of Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco, 2010-12 market Shares key Points tesco Falls Back In 2012 figure 329: Leading Grocers: Shares Of All Grocers’ Sales, 2011 And 2012 in Detail: Morrisons Set To Fall In 2013 figure 330: Leading Grocers: Shares Of All Grocers’ Sales, 2008-13 technical Note: Non-retail Revenues figure 331: Leading Grocers: Estimated Percentage Of Revenues From Non-retail Sources, 2008-13 leading Retailers – Financials And Outlets key Points the Leaders: Our Forecasts For 2013 figure 332: Leading Grocery Retailers: Forecast Growth In Net Revenues, 2013 revenues In Detail: The Top 25 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 333: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Net Revenues (ranked By 2012 Revenues), 2008-13 figure 334: Leading Grocery Retailers’ Net Revenues: Compound Annual Growth Rates, 2008-12 store Numbers And Sales Per Outlet figure 335: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Outlet Numbers, 2008-13 figure 336: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Average Sales Per Outlet, 2008-13 figure 337: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Average Sales Per Outlet: Compound Annual Growth Rates, 2008-12 space And Sales Densities figure 338: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Total Sales Area, 2008-12 figure 339: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Average Sales Per Sq M, 2008-12 figure 340: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Average Sales Per Sq M: Compound Annual Growth Rates, 2008-12 operating Profits And Margins figure 341: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Operating Profits, 2008-12 figure 342: Leading Grocery/convenience Retailers’ Operating Margins, 2008-12 online And Social Media key Points online Grocery Market Size And Market Shares figure 343: Online Grocery Market Size (incl. Vat), 2010-14 figure 344: Online Grocery Sales As % Of All Food Retailers Sales/grocers Sector Sales, 2010-13 figure 345: Online Grocery Market Shares, 2011 And 2012 major Grocers’ Total Online Sales figure 346: Leading Grocers’ Estimated Total Net Online Sales (grocery And Non-grocery), 2010-12 the Morrisons Launch: What We Think online Non-grocery Ranges figure 347: Major Grocers’ Online Non-grocery Ranges, November 2013 figure 348: Walmart’s Vudu Video-on-demand Service, October 2013 recent Developments social Media figure 349: The Consumer: Usage Of Social Media Sites, July 2013 figure 350: Leading Grocers’ Follower Numbers On Social Media, October 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Where They Shop figure 351: Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 352: Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 353: Next Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, By Demographics, September 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Types Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping figure 354: Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 355: Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, By Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 356: Most Popular Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 357: Next Most Popular Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, By Demographics, September 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 358: Other Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, By Demographics, September 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Changes In Types Of Stores Used figure 359: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores, September 2013 figure 360: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores, By Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 361: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores, By Next Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 362: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores, By Other Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 363: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores – Large Out-of-town Superstore/hypermarket, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 364: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores – Town-centre Or High-street Superstore/supermarket, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 365: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores – Convenience Store, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 366: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores – Discount Supermarket, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 367: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores – Online From A Supermarket, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 368: Changes In Usage Of Grocery Stores – Butchers Shop, By Demographics, September 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers figure 369: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, September 2013 figure 370: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, By Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 371: Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 372: Next Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 373: Other Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 374: Least Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 375: Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 376: Next Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 377: Other Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 378: Least Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 379: Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Online, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 380: Next Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Online, By Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • Demographics, September 2013 figure 381: Other Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Online, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 382: Least Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Online, By Demographics, September 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes To Shopping For Non-grocery Products figure 383: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, September 2013 figure 384: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, September 2013 figure 385: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Next Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, September 2013 figure 386: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Other Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, September 2013 figure 387: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Least Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – Any, September 2013 figure 388: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Most Popular Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 389: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Next Most Popular Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 390: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Other Type Of Stores Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 391: Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 392: Most Popular Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 393: Next Most Popular Consumer Habits-shopping For Non-grocery Items, By Demographics, September 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying figure 394: Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer, September 2013 figure 395: Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer, By Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping, September 2013 figure 396: Most Popular Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer – Have Bought From A Grocery Retailer In Last 12 Months, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 397: Next Most Popular Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer – Have Bought From A Grocery Retailer In Last 12 Months, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 398: Other Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer – Have Bought From A Grocery Retailer In Last 12 Months, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 399: Most Popular Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer – Have Not Bought In The Last 12 Months But Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer In The Future, By Demographics, September 2013 figure 400: Next Most Popular Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer – Have Not Bought In The Last 12 Months But Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer In The Future, By Demographics, September 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 401: Other Services Bought Or Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer – Have Not Bought In The Last 12 Months But Would Consider Buying From A Grocery Retailer In The Future, By Demographics, September 2013 ahold Group what We Think company Background company Performance figure 402: Ahold Group: Retail Division Financial Performance, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 403: Ahold Group: Outlet Data, 2008-12 retail Offering aldi what We Think figure 404: Aldi: Number Of New Product Lines Recorded For Brand Keywords ‘gourmet’ In Germany And ‘specially Selected’ In The Uk At Aldi, 2012 And 2013 figure 405: Aldi Süd, Germany: Selected Special Offers, 6 November 2013 figure 406: Aldi Nord, Germany: Selected Special Offers, 6 November 2013 company Background company Performance figure 407: Aldi: Distribution Of Total European Sales By Market (estimated), 2012 figure 408: Aldi: Estimated Group Financial Performance, 2008-2012 figure 409: Aldi: Estimated Outlet Data, 2008-2012 retail Offering asda what We Think company Background company Performance figure 410: Asda Group Ltd: Group Financial Performance, 2008-13 figure 411: Asda Group Ltd: Outlet Data, 2008-12 retail Offering auchan what We Think company Background recent History company Performance figure 412: Auchan: Group Financial Performance, 2008-12 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • figure 413: Auchan: Sales, By Region, With Retail Sales Estimates By Country, 2008-12 stores figure 414: Auchan: Outlet Data (consolidated Stores Only), 2008-12 groupe Auchan – Non-retail Activities retail Offering carrefour what We Think company Background company Performance figure 415: Carrefour: Group Financial Performance, 2008-2012 figure 416: Carrefour: Outlet Data, 2008-2012 figure 417: Carrefour (europe): Total European Outlet Numbers By Format (incl. Franchise/partner Stores), 2008-12 retail Offering casino what We Think company Background company Performance figure 418: Casino: Group Financial Performance, Excl. Sales Tax, 2008-12 figure 419: Casino: Outlet Data (excluding Franchises), 2008-12 retail Offering the Co-operative Food what We Think company Performance figure 420: The Co-operative Food: Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2012/13 figure 421: The Co-operative Food: Outlet Data, 2009-2013 retail Offering dia what We Think company Background company Performance figure 422: Dia: Group Financial Performance, 2010/11-2012/13 figure 423: Dia: Outlet Data, 2011-13 retail Offering Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • edeka Group what We Think company Background company Performance figure 424: Edeka Group Germany: Sales Performance, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 425: Edeka Group Germany: Outlet Data, 2008-12 figure 426: Edeka: Food Outlet Data And Range By Format Type, 2012 retail Offering groupement Des Mousquetaires (intermarché/itm Entreprises) what We Think company Background company Performance figure 427: Groupement Des Mousquetaires: Sales Performance, Excl. Sales Tax, 2008-12 figure 428: Groupement Des Mousquetaires: Group Outlet Data, 2008-12 figure 429: Groupement Des Mousquetaires: Food Outlet Data And Range By Format Type, 2012 retail Offering iceland Foods Ltd what We Think company Background figure 430: Iceland Foods Ltd: Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2012/13 figure 431: Iceland Foods Ltd: Outlet Data, 2008/09-2012/13 jerónimo Martins what We Think company Background company Performance figure 432: Jerónimo Martins (retail): Financial Performance, 2008-13 figure 433: Jerónimo Martins (retail): Outlet Data, 2008-12 retail Offering leclerc (international) what We Think company Background company Performance figure 434: E. Leclerc: Group Sales Performance, Excl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 435: E. Leclerc: Estimated International Sales By Country, Excl. Vat, 2010-12 figure 436: E. Leclerc: Group Outlet Data, 2008-12 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • retail Offering lidl/kaufland (schwarz Group) what We Think company Background company Performance figure 437: Schwarz Group: Estimated Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2013/14 figure 438: Schwarz Group: Outlet Data, 2009-2013 retail Offering marks & Spencer (uk Food) what We Think company Background company Performance figure 439: Marks & Spencer (uk Food): Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2013/14 figure 440: Marks & Spencer (uk Food): Food Outlets By Format, 2008/09-2012/13 figure 441: Marks & Spencer (uk Food): Outlet Data, 2008/09-2012/13 retail Offering mercadona what We Think company Background company Performance figure 442: Mercadona: Financial Performance, 2008-13 figure 443: Mercadona: Outlet Data, 2008-12 retail Offering wm Morrison Group what We Think company Background company Performance figure 444: Wm Morrison Group: Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2012/13 figure 445: Wm Morrison Group: Outlet Data, 2008/09-2012/13 retail Offering ocado what We Think company Background Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013
    • company Performance figure 446: Ocado Ltd: Group Financial Performance, 2007/08-2011/12 retail Offering real (metro Food Retail) what We Think company Background company Performance figure 447: Real: Group Financial Performance, 2008-2012/13 figure 448: Real: Outlet Data, 2008-2013 store Formats retail Offering rewe what We Think company Back ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Europe - November 2013