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France Supermarkets Market Report 2022
2022-02-01T03:06:04+00:00
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“Grocery has been one of the more resilient retail sectors during the pandemic. Online sales, c-stores and local shops were particularly successful as many people shopped more frequently and with…

France Supermarkets Market Report 2022

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Description

“Grocery has been one of the more resilient retail sectors during the pandemic. Online sales, c-stores and local shops were particularly successful as many people shopped more frequently and with smaller baskets. Hypermarkets conversely were negatively impacted by changes in behaviour as well as the drop in fuel sales, the closure of larger shopping centres and some non-food departments as government sought to protect smaller retailers. We saw huge growth in food e-commerce, which will have long term repercussions on the transformation and digitalization of retail companies.”

– Natalie Macmillan, Senior European Retail Analyst

This report covers the following issues:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on the grocery retailing sector
  • The winners and losers in the grocery retailing sector since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak
  • The growth of the online grocery channel and the boost given to it by the COVID-19 outbreak
  • How people shop for groceries and which retailers they use for main and top-up shops
  • How attitudes of grocery shoppers have changed since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Table of Contents

  1. Overview

    • Key issues covered in this Report
    • Areas covered in this Report
  2. Executive summary

    • COVID-19: Market context
      • Figure 1: France: Short, medium and long term impact of COVID-19 on grocery retailing, November 2021
    • The market
    • Market size and performance
      • Figure 2: France: Consumer spending on food and drink (including VAT), 2016-21
    • Retail sector size and forecast
      • Figure 3: France: food retailers, sales (excluding VAT), 2016-21
    • Market drivers
    • The consumer
    • How they shop for groceries
      • Figure 4: France: how they shop for groceries, 2021
    • Where they shop for groceries
      • Figure 5: France: where they shop for groceries, 2021
    • Attitudes towards grocery shopping
      • Figure 6: France: Attitudes towards grocery shopping, 2021
    • Companies and brands
    • Leading players
      • Figure 7: France: Leading grocers’ shares of all food retailers’ sales, 2020
    • Online
  3. Issues and insights

    • The impact of COVID-19 on the hypermarket format
    • Sustainability will gain further traction
  4. The market

    • Market size and performance
      • Figure 8: France: Consumer spending on core in-home food and drink categories (including VAT), 2016-21
      • Figure 9: France: Annual % change in consumer spending and inflation on food, 2015-20
    • Retail sector size and forecast
      • Figure 10: France: Food retailers, sales (excluding VAT), 2016-21
      • Figure 11: France: Food retailers, forecast sales (excluding VAT), 2021-26
    • Channels to market
      • Figure 12: France: Distribution of food and drink products by channel, 2017-19
    • Market drivers
    • The economy is strengthening
      • Figure 13: France: Key economic projections, % annual change, 2019-24
    • Domestic demand is a key growth driver
    • The jobs market has been more resilient than expected
    • Potential for more social unrest
    • Consumers are feeling more optimistic
      • Figure 14: France: trends in levels of consumer confidence, 2019-21
    • Retail sales began to recover in spring 2021
      • Figure 15: France: Year-on-year retail sales volume growth, 2019-21
      • Figure 16: France: Annual Percentage change in value retail sales, by category, 2020-21
    • Inflation
      • Figure 17: France: Consumer prices * of food and drink, Annual % change, 2016-20
      • Figure 18: France: Consumer prices* of food and drink, Annual % change, 2020-21
    • More confidence about shopping in-store
      • Figure 19: France: Changes in spending habits since the start of the outbreak, 2020-21
    • 16% are spending more on food, but 14% are spending less
      • Figure 20: France: changes to spending habits as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021‎
  5. The consumer

    • Who shops for groceries
      • Figure 21: France: who shops for groceries by gender, 2021
    • How people shop for groceries
      • Figure 22: France: how they shop for groceries, 2021
      • Figure 23: France: how they shop for groceries, 2021
    • Where they shop for groceries
      • Figure 24: France: where they shop for groceries, net response of primary and secondary shoppers, 2021
      • Figure 25: France: where they shop for groceries, by grocery retailer spent the most money at in a typical month, 2019-21
      • Figure 26: France: where they shop for groceries, Primary and secondary shopping destinations, 2021
    • Customer profiles of the leading grocers
      • Figure 27: France: Where they shop for groceries, customer profiles of top grocery retailers by age, 2021
      • Figure 28: France: Where they shop for groceries, customer profiles of top grocery retailers by parental status, 2021
    • Attitudes towards grocery shopping
    • Sustainability issues are consumers’ main concern
      • Figure 29: France: Attitudes towards grocery shopping, 2021
    • Interest in tech is on the rise
      • Figure 30: France: Attitudes towards grocery shopping, 2021
    • Automated retail
      • Figure 31: France: interest in shopping at an automated retailer by selected demographics, 2021
      • Figure 32: France: interest in shopping at an automated retailer by retailer shopped (primary and secondary shopping combined), 2021
    • Loyalty and price issues
      • Figure 33: France: Attitudes towards grocery shopping, 2021
      • Figure 34: France: Willingness to pay more for French produced groceries by retailer shopped (primary and secondary shopping combined), 2021
    • Price concerns can feed into loyalty
  6. Companies and brands

    • Troubles for the hypermarket format
    • Change in the discount sector
    • Evolution in online distribution methods
    • Ones to watch
      • Figure 35: France: Leading grocers, sales (excluding VAT), 2016-20
      • Figure 36: France: Leading grocers, outlets, 2016-20
  7. Market shares

      • Figure 37: France: Leading grocers’ shares of all food retailers’ sales, 2016-20
  8. Online

    • Online retailing in France
    • Online Grocery Retailing in France
    • Leading online players
      • Figure 38: France: leading online grocery retailers by estimated sales (excluding VAT), 2016-20
  9. Appendix: Data sources and abbreviations

    • Abbreviations
    • Data sources

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