Trade, Supermarkets16.10.2017 Editor
According to a report by EURACTIV, more consumers are getting aware of pesticides’ risks for health as well as the environment and decide to eat organic food. So, the supermarkets’ organic food sales are increasing. Since 2007, sales of organic have multiplied by 3.5 and reached 7.15bn Euro in 2016. Further, with making up 42% of all sales during last year, supermarkets are the greatest retailers of organic food.
Trade, Supermarkets26.01.2017 Editor
In a current statement the German firm Veganz GmbH explains that it did not declare insolvency (we reported earlier) but is restructuring the retail stores and focusing on the core business.
Trade, Supermarkets24.01.2017 Editor
In December, the supermarket chain Veganz reported its self-administered insolvency. As the Lebensmittelzeitung (LZ) states, its network of stores is going to be radically slimmed down.
Trade, Supermarkets22.08.2016 Redaktion
Americans are buying more organic fruits and vegetables than ever. According to The Produce News, sales have increased by more than 25 percent since 2011.
Trade, Supermarkets19.08.2016 Redaktion
In Slovakia the massive use of plastic bags poses a problem to the fulfilment of EU waste-regulations.
Trade, Supermarkets17.08.2016 Redaktion
Just recently, Aldi announced they would ban Neonicotinoids. However, they are going a step further by going organic too.
Trade, Supermarkets19.05.2016 Editor
Whole Foods Market is opening its first 365 store in Los Angeles on the 25th of May, ushering in a new lower-priced concept designed to attract new shoppers.
Trade, Supermarkets17.05.2016 Editor
Overall, Wal-Mart has been battling slow-growing sales and a shift to online shopping. It recently closed more than 150 U.S. stores.
Trade, Supermarkets13.04.2016 Editor
Organic food and beverages market in Europe set to reach USD 39.04 billion by 2020, posting a CAGR of close to 7%, according to the latest market study released by Technavio.
Trade, Supermarkets05.04.2016 Editor
A Care2 petition, which was signed by over 90 000 people, has led to Monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide being removed from Waitrose stores across the UK.
Trade, Supermarkets01.04.2016 Editor
French organic retailer committed to supporting organic farming and responsible consumption Biocoop has ended 2015 with a 17% increase in turnover, to 768 million Euros and 383 stores, according to Retail Analysis.
Trade, Supermarkets03.03.2016 Kai Kreuzer
“Compared with a year ago, there has been a huge fall in the exchange rate of the rouble against the euro with the result that imported goods are now much more expensive,” says Tanya Lebedeva. She is the founder and CEO of LookBio, an important publisher of both a printed and an internet magazine for consumers and professionals in Russia. Tanya gives an overview of the problems for the organic sector.
Trade, Supermarkets09.02.2016 Karin Heinze
The Berlin organic supermarket chain and market leader of the region Berlin-Brandenburg Bio Company increased its turnover 2015 by 17.5% to €134m. The chain is planning to increase its network of stores in 2016 to over 50 and to expand its network of regional partner firms.
Trade, Supermarkets29.01.2016 Editor
Last full-year sales Carrefour generated 86.3 billion Euros and +3.0% on an organic basis.
Trade, Supermarkets10.11.2015 Kai Kreuzer
The first organic supermarket with the Greek name GAIA (Mother Earth) begins the roll-out across the whole of Switzerland. The flagship store is located in a busy street three kilometres north-west of downtown Zurich.
Trade, Supermarkets27.10.2015 Kai Kreuzer
The organic chain Eau Vive was founded by Didier Cotte in 1979 and up to now its growth had been moderate. But everything has changed this year with the addition of six new stores that increased its tally from 32 to 38.
Trade, Supermarkets24.06.2015 Redaktion
After the organic association Biocoop, that has over 350 specialist wholefood stores, in terms of numbers La Vie Claire is in second place with 240 stores.
Trade, Supermarkets16.06.2015 Kai Kreuzer
In April 2015, Bio-Planet’s fifteenth organic supermarket was opened in Halle, 20 km south-west of Brussels. 14 years ago in 2001, the first Bio-Planet store was launched in Kortrijk.
Trade, Supermarkets05.05.2015 Kai Kreuzer
The specialist wholefood trade in Belgium lags behind countries like Germany and France. Large-scale specialist organic stores (over 200 m²) and organic supermarkets (over 400 m²) are far from being the standard in organic marketing. Three of the nearly two dozen Belgian organic supermarkets operate under the title Biocap.
Trade, Supermarkets21.04.2015 Kai Kreuzer
Poland’s biggest wholefood retailer, the Organic Farma Zdrowia Group, increased turnover in 2014 by 25 %, which equates to a 25 % rise in value from 52 million zloty (12.5 million euros) to over 65 million zloty (15.1 million euros). By implementing a franchise system, the company’s aim is to be operating 100 specialist wholefood stores avross the whole of Poland by the end of 2017.
Trade, Supermarkets31.01.2015 Karin Heinze
The Dutch organic market has more or less doubled since 2008, and in 2013 it passed the billion euro mark. The organic organisation Bionext estimates the value of turnover to be 1.07 billion euros. Around 1,500 certified organic farms are operating in the Netherlands and 1,700 companies are active in the manufacturing and trading sector.
Trade, Supermarkets17.03.2014 Redaktion
Bio Company in Berlin is delighted to have achieved record turnover and sees further potential for expansion.
Trade, Supermarkets31.01.2014 Redaktion
India's domestic market has been developing well, and marketing prospects are promising.
Trade, Supermarkets15.10.2013 Redaktion
In the past few years, the organic sector has been gaining ground in Slovenia.
Trade, Supermarkets16.09.2013 Redaktion
The article is about domestic market size and growth projections