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Genuine revolutions in food retailing are rare, but we’re living through one now.
The China grocery boom is accelerating – but India and the so-called MINT countries are chasing. Chinese grocery sales are set to grow by a third between now and 2020 and reach US$1.5 trillion per year, according to new forecasts from IGD. While China will comfortably retain its position as the largest grocery market in the foreseeable future, other markets will grow faster. IGD predicts: The grocery sector in India will grow by nearly 80 per cent and be worth just over US$900 billi…
Swiss retailer Migros is to sell private label products into Japanese retail chains Seijo Ishii and Seiyu.
The China online grocery market will be worth $180 billion by 2020 according to a report from IGD Research.
Tesco has unveiled its latest model Malaysian hypermarket, anchoring a new shopping mall in Putrajaya, the nation’s capital city. The new store, Tesco’s 51st in the nation, anchors the 1.4 million sqft IOI City Mall, 35km from downtown Kuala Lumpur and close to the international airport. Industry research house IGD says the hypermarket displays “a very different look and feel to” Tesco’s previously opened standard stores with a significantly upgraded in-store experience. “New l…
Research firm IGD predicts value could reach $1.5 trillion in 2016.