Asia is the largest grocery market in the world and with 6.3 % CAGR growth rate its market size will reach US$4.8 trillion by 2021, equivalent to Europe’s and North America’s combined.
Toby Pickard, IGD’s Senior Innovations and Trends Analyst, identifies five hot topics that will become more prevalent over the next 12 months, and beyond, in shaping the global food and grocery industry.
On Thursday 23 February, over 200 leading regional and local suppliers met RedMart, the largest online retailer in Singapore (and now a division of Lazada, owned by Alibaba, the world's largest online retailer,) to hear their exciting plans for the year ahead, how the retailer will continue the strong momentum in 2017 and how best to collaborate with suppliers.
With an eye on the year ahead, IGD’s Nick Miles, Head of Asia-Pacific, highlights three key trends we expect to shape the Asian grocery market and influence retailer strategy in 2017.
Keshia Walvin, Senior Retail Analyst at grocery research organisation IGD, outlines the five key trends she expects to shape the Western European grocery market and influence retailer strategy over the next 12 months.
Sainsbury's has entered 2017 with new energy, ideas and a strengthened leadership team to drive the business forward. In this article senior retail analyst Nick Gladding explores five areas of opportunity and what they mean for suppliers.
If you missed the webinar on 26 January watch the recording for our forecasts and predications for the UK grocery market in 2017 and our recap of Christmas 2016.
Premium retailers are delivering consistently strong performances in tough economic times. Find out the secrets of their success.
Innovation analyst Toby Pickard takes a look at the latest 'store of the future' concepts that have recently been launched around the world.
The Australian grocery market is more competitive than ever. Two of Asia-Pacific’s largest retailers are battling it out for market leadership, the online, discount and wholesaling channels are growing rapidly, and new contenders are potentially set to enter the market.