Large mainstream retailers can’t find an adequate answer to the power of hard discounters, multinationals see the value of their brands decrease: private label is causing a true revolution, says expert Koen de Jong of IPLC.
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British supermarket chain Tesco has announced another thorough restructuring. A total of 9000 jobs are in the balance, both in the main office and in the stores. Service counters will disappear in 90 stores.
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Big names such as Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Nestlé, Coca-Cola and Carrefour have started a trial project of collecting empty packaging at their consumers' homes for re-use. They want to reduce waste and create a circular working system.
The first two branches of Jack's, the new discount formula by Tesco, have opened their doors. The English retail giant aims to offer prices that are lower than those at Aldi and Lidl.
British supermarket chain Tesco has formulated its own response to the growing success of Aldi and Lidl: from September onwards, the first branches of a discount chain in Colruyt style will open in the United Kingdom.
Brexit or no Brexit, British Tesco and French Carrefour have joined forces for the purchases of both A-brand products and private labels. Service suppliers too will face a united front from now on.
British retailer Tesco has published strong annual results and has also strengthened its leadership position in its home territory. Wholesaler Booker’s acquisition has also opened new doors.
Consumers are ready, the technology is rapidly advancing and investors see the potential: meat replacement turnover will reach 4.2 billion euro worldwide by 2020. The major multinationals are now also on board.
British supermarket group Tesco is apparently developing its own discount formula for the United Kingdom, an attempt to compete with Aldi and Lidl, two competitors that steal away an increasing share of the market.
Major markets like Russia and Romania are the engine that drive the European FMCG branch’s growth. Discounters and convenience stores continue to expand their reach, according to the international research organization IGD.
British supermarket chain Tesco continues its road to recovery. In the first half of its current fiscal year, turnover grew 3.3 %, mainly thanks to advantageous exchange rate fluctuations.
Does the hypermarket have a future? That is a question not only Carrefour is contemplating, because Tesco is already trialing its Extra stores in the United Kingdom. These stores have been entirely remodeled thanks to Swedish design firm Blink.
British supermarket chain Tesco has further expanded its online services and will offer same-day delivery virtually across the entire United Kingdom in an attempt to ward off Amazon Fresh.
British Tesco announced it will cut about 2,300 jobs: the main office will cut 1,200 jobs and customer service will also cut 1,100 jobs.
British supermarket chain Tesco has performed very well over the past quarter, publishing its largest sales growth in seven years’ time. It outshone analysts’ expectations by 0.4 %.
For the first time in its history, British supermarket chain Tesco home-delivered a customer’s online order using a robot