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I can hardly remember a time when I did not start the foreword of this report without some mention of a ‘tough trading environment’ – but it is what it is, and trading is still tough.

If we thought food inflation was bad in 2022 (+9.2%) it was even worse in 2023 at over +10%, putting tremendous pressure on shoppers.


Trade Intelligence proudly partnering with industry Business Intelligence Service Providers to stop the information gap, build the industry and inform effective and profitable retailer-supplier trading engagement.

Corporate retailers are battling it out for share of the constrained shopper’s wallet while trying to manage margins as expenses pressure weighs on trading.

This report illustrates where the pedal of retail strategy hits the metal of operational execution, based on the numbers – from financial performance to changes in store footprint. Clear, comprehensive, and comparable stats provide you with an up-to-date and at-a-glance view of how the major corporate FMCG retailers are doing against each other and the background in which they trade.