Australians are curious about the benefits of buying their groceries online, but the majority don’t feel the need to make a permanent transition as they remain content with the current offerings provided by the bricks and mortar stores, reports customer satisfaction research and ratings business Canstar Blue.
Survey sheds light on Australia’s online grocery shoppers
Spanish supermarkets shift more fruit & veg
The recovery in prices and good weather have been a boon for retail sales of fruit in Spain, which in the first nine months of 2015 were up 10.2% on the same period last year.
According to a post by Nielsen Spain’s retail services account manager Gema del Castillo, vegetables have also increased their presence in shopping baskets, rising 7% compared to Jan-Sept 2014.
How Spain’s fruit and vegetables market is evolving
Is there scope to increase retail sales of fruit and vegetables in post-recession Spain? At the AECOC Fruit and Vegetable Congress in Valencia in June, Nielsen’s retail services account manager, Gema del Castillo, shared insights into today’s Spanish consumer and where opportunities for growth lie.
Signs of economic recovery
Inside India’s biggest e-grocer - BigBasket
BigBasket says fruit exporters have a big chance to grow their brands in India, the world’s 6th largest grocery market e-grocery
Currently India’s biggest online grocery player, BigBasket clocks an average 12,000 orders a day – 70% of which include fruit and vegetables – and sales growing 10-15% month on month.
What Europe’s new retail landscape means for fresh produce
A look inside China’s premium fruit e-tailer Fruitday
Sainsbury’s to open ‘dark’ store in 2016
Sainsbury’s is on track to open a dark store in London next year, says CEO Mike Coupe.
At the May 6 presentation of the UK retailer’s preliminary results for 2015, Coupe said opening the dark store – a warehouse dedicated to fulfilling online orders – is part of a build-up in online business capacity.