Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013

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German shoppers look to be retrenching their spending. While discretionary sectors have been harder hit, slower annual growth is nevertheless anticipated for the grocers for 2013, with a possible further weakening following in 2014. And this is despite raised food-price inflation.

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Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013

  1. 1. Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013 German shoppers look to be retrenching their spending. While discretionary sectors have been harder hit, slower annual growth is nevertheless anticipated for the grocers for 2013, with a possible further weakening following in 2014. And this is despite raised food-price inflation. table Of Content 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 report Scope And Technical Notes coverage technical Notes retail Sector Definitions consumer Spending Definitions financial Definitions currencies country Codes vat figure 1: European Vat Rates, 2010-13 abbreviations spending And Inflation key Points consumer Spending On Food, Beverages And Tobacco figure 2: Germany: Consumer Spending (incl. Vat), 2008-13 inflation figure 3: Germany: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, October 2012-september 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013
  2. 2. figure 4: Germany: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, 2008-13 distribution Of Spending sector Size And Forecast key Points slower Growth In 2013 figure 5: Germany: Retail Sales (excl. Vat), 2008-13 figure 6: Germany: Retail Sales Forecasts (excl. Vat), 2013-18 leading Retailers: Financials And Outlets key Points the Discounters figure 7: 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 8: Germany: Leading Grocery Retailers; Net Revenues, Excl. Sales Tax, 2010-12 figure 9: Germany: Leading Grocers’ Outlet Numbers, 2010-12 figure 10: Germany: Leading Grocers’ Annual Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12 leading Retailers: Market Shares figure 11: 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 12: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, Selected Options, October 2013 figure 13: 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 14: Germany: Leading Grocers’ Online Offers, November 2013 the Consumer – Where They Shop Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013
  3. 3. key Points what We Asked where They Shop – Main Shop And Top-up Shopping figure 15: Germany: The Consumer: Where They Buy Groceries: Main Weekly Shop, October 2013 figure 16: Germany: The Consumer: Where They Buy Groceries: Top-up Shopping, October 2013 figure 17: Germany: The Consumer: Where They Buy Groceries: Main Weekly Shop: Average Age And Affluence By Retailer, October 2013 primary Shops figure 18: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Gender, October 2013 figure 19: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Age, October 2013 figure 20: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Region, October 2013 figure 21: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Employment Status, October 2013 figure 22: Germany: Consumer Profile Of Primary Shoppers By Household Size, October 2013 the Consumer – Types Of Stores Used key Points what We Asked discounters Strong – But Hypermarkets Surprisingly Popular Too figure 23: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, October 2013 demographics: Out-of-town Attracting Families figure 24: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, By Presence Of Children In Household, October 2013 figure 25: Germany: The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used, By Average Age And Affluence, October 2013 the Consumer – Non-grocery Purchases key Points what We Asked clothing And Books Most Popular figure 26: Germany: The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, October 2013 but Books Most Popular Online figure 27: 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 28: Germany: The Consumer: Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, By Age Group, October 2013 figure 29: Germany: The Consumer: Less Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers, Whether In-store Or Online, By Age Group, October 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013
  4. 4. aldi what We Think figure 30: 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 31: Aldi Süd, Germany: Selected Special Offers, 6 November 2013 figure 32: Aldi Nord, Germany: Selected Special Offers, 6 November 2013 company Background company Performance figure 33: Aldi: Distribution Of Total European Sales By Market (estimated), 2012 figure 34: Aldi: Estimated Group Financial Performance, 2008-12 figure 35: Aldi: Estimated Outlet Data, 2008-12 retail Offering edeka Group what We Think company Background company Performance figure 36: Edeka Group Germany: Sales Performance, Excl. Vat, 2008-12 figure 37: Edeka Group Germany: Outlet Data, 2008-12 figure 38: Edeka: Food Outlet Data And Range By Format Type, 2012 retail Offering lidl/kaufland (schwarz Group) what We Think company Background company Performance figure 39: Schwarz Group: Estimated Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2013/14 figure 40: Schwarz Group: Outlet Data, 2009-2013 retail Offering real (metro Food Retail) what We Think company Background company Performance figure 41: Real: Group Financial Performance, 2008-2012/13 figure 42: Real: Outlet Data, 2008-2013 store Formats retail Offering Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013
  5. 5. rewe what We Think company Background company Performance figure 43: Rewe: Group Financial Performance, 2008-2012 figure 44: Rewe: Outlet Data, 2008-12 retail Offering appendix – Broader Market Environment online figure 45: Europe: Percentage Of Households With A Broadband Internet Connection, By Country, 2008-12 figure 46: Europe: Percentage Of All Individuals Accessing The Internet Daily, By Country, 2008-12 consumer Confidence figure 47: Europe: Consumer Confidence Levels, October 2012-september 2013 population figure 48: Europe: Population, By Age Group, 2010 figure 49: Europe: Population, By Age Group, 2015 figure 50: Europe: Population, By Age Group, 2020 gdp figure 51: Europe: Gdp (current Prices), 2012 figure 52: Europe: Real-terms Year-on-year Growth In Gdp, 2003-13 consumer Spending figure 53: Europe: Households’ Consumer Spending (current Prices), 2012 figure 54: Europe: Real-terms Year-on-year Growth In Households’ Consumer Spending, 2003-12 consumer Prices figure 55: Europe: Harmonised Index Of Consumer Prices, Annual % Change, 2003-12 unemployment figure 56: Europe: Average Rate Of Unemployment, 2003-12 interest Rates figure 57: Europe: Central Bank Interest Rates, 2008-13 appendix – The Consumer – Where They Buy Groceries figure 58: Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping – Main Weekly Grocery Shop, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 59: Next Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping – Main Weekly Grocery Shop, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 60: Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping –top-up Shopping, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 61: Next Most Popular Retailers Used For Grocery Shopping – Top-up Shopping, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 Supermarkets: More Than Just Food Retailing - Germany - November 2013
  6. 6. appendix – The Consumer: Types Of Grocery Stores Used figure 62: Most Popular Types Of Grocery Stores Used, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 63: Next Most Popular Types Of Grocery Stores Used, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 64: Other Types Of Grocery Stores Used, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 appendix – The Consumer: Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers figure 65: Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store/online, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 66: Next Most Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store/online, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 67: Other Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store/online, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 figure 68: Least Popular Non-grocery Items Bought From Grocery Retailers – In-store/online, By Demographics, Germany, October 2013 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 - Germany - November 2013

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