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Grocery Stores & Supermarkets First Research Custom Report 6/4/2018
CONTENTS General Information Industry Description Competitive Landscape Sales and Marketing Regional and International Issues Products, Operations, and Technology Finance and Regulation Human Resources Associated Industry Codes NAICS Codes SIC Codes Companies List Industry Forecast and Ratings Financials Economic Statistics and Information Valuation Multiples Industry Forecast Industry Growth Rating Trends and Opportunities Business Trends Industry Opportunities Business Information Executive Insight Chief Executive O cer - CEO Chief Information O cer - CIO VP Sales / Marketing - Sales Chief Financial O cer - CFO Human Resources - HR Business Challenges Critical Issues Other Business Challenges Call Preparation Questions Conversation Starters Regulations, R&D, Imports and Exports Financial Analysis Operations, Products, and Facilities
Organization and Management Business Technology Strategies Customers, Marketing, Pricing and Competition Recent Developments Quarterly Industry Updates Industry Websites Industry Indicators Glossary of Acronyms Fast Facts
Last Updated | 3/12/2018 Industry Custom Report Grocery Stores & Supermarkets Industry Profile NAICS CODES: 445110, 445210, 445220 SIC CODES: 5411, 5421, 5431 Industry Description Changes in the way consumers eat and shop for food are roiling the crowded global grocery market. Disruptors include online competitors, the rise of discounters, and changing consumer perceptions of value. Traditional grocery chains now compete for market share with a slew of domestic and foreign competitors, including warehouse clubs and discounters, convenience, drug, and dollar stores, internet retailers, and meal-kit delivery companies. Cross-border forays by grocery retailers looking for growth beyond mature home markets continue to reshape the grocery sector. Global food retail sales exceed $4 trillion annually, according to the US Department of Agriculture. Industry sales are expected to grow 6.1% annually through 2020, driven by population growth and rising incomes in countries such as China and India, according to Persistence Market Research. The global landscape is dominated by US and European firms, although Australia also boasts major chains. Unlike other industries, grocery retail is still largely led by local players in most countries. The top 15 retailers account for more than 30% of world supermarket sales. Companies in this industry operate retail stores that o ff er a general selection of food products. Discount stores and warehouse clubs, which are leading sellers of groceries, are covered in separate industry profiles. Competitive Landscape Consumer migration online has grocers racing to increase their online presence, while online players -- including Amazon and China's Alibaba -- are trying out brick-and-mortar retail. Fierce competition, particularly at the high and low ends of the market, and cost advantages enjoyed by online retailers have

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