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Spain Supermarkets Market Report 2022
2023-01-17T03:01:16+00:00
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"With food prices rising at their fastest rate in more than 40 years, grocery shoppers are looking around to find the best deals and making lifestyle changes to deal with…

Spain Supermarkets Market Report 2022

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Description

“With food prices rising at their fastest rate in more than 40 years, grocery shoppers are looking around to find the best deals and making lifestyle changes to deal with the extra demands on their household budgets, shopping more at discounters and buying more own-label products. Efforts to counter high food inflation and ease the financial pressure on household budgets will be welcomed by consumers. Grocery retailers that go the extra mile to support customers during the cost-of-living crisis have the potential to build customer loyalty and sales.”

– Stephen Mayles, Retail Analyst, November 2022

This Report will look at the following areas:

  • The impact of the cost-of-living crisis on the grocery retailing sector
  • The performance of the major grocery retailers in 2021
  • The main channels used to purchase food and drink and how this is evolving
  • How grocery shopping behaviours have changed as a result of COVID-19 and the cost of living crisis
  • The role of online and the impact of online-only specialists
  • The impact of the cost of living crisis on consumer shopping behaviours and attitudes towards sustainability.

Table of Contents

  1. Overview

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

    • The five-year outlook for grocery retailing
      • Figure 1: Spain: outlook for grocery retailing, 2022-27
    • The market
    • Market size and forecast
      • Figure 2: Spain: consumer spending on core in-home food and drink categories (incl VAT), 2017-22
    • Retail sector size and forecast
      • Figure 3: Spain: food retailers sales (excluding VAT), 2017-23
    • The consumer
    • Who shops for groceries
      • Figure 4: Spain: who shops for groceries in the household, gender, 2022
    • Where they shop
      • Figure 5: Spain: grocery retailers used by those who are responsible/jointly responsible for grocery shopping in their household, 2022
    • Attitudes towards grocery shopping
      • Figure 6: Spain: attitudes towards grocery shopping, 2022
    • The retailers
    • Leading players
    • Market shares
      • Figure 7: Spain: leading grocers’ shares of all food retailers’ sales (excl VAT), 2021
    • Online
  3. Issues and insights

    • Cushioning the impact of rising food and energy prices
    • Supermarkets that are saving shoppers money on branded products
  4. Market size and performance

      • Figure 8: Consumer spending on core in-home food and drink categories (incl VAT), 2017-22
  5. Retail sector size and forecast

      • Figure 9: Spain: food retailers sales (excluding VAT, 2017-23
  6. Channels to market

      • Figure 10: Spain: estimated distribution of spending on food and drink products by channel, 2021
  7. Market drivers

    • Economic growth expected to slow down
      • Figure 11: Spain: key economic projections, % annual change, 2019-23
    • Energy and transport costs drive up inflation
      • Figure 12: Spain: consumer prices * of food and drink, annual % change, 2016-21
    • Food and drink prices soar
      • Figure 13: Spain: consumer prices * of food and drink, annual % change, 2021-22
    • Cost-of-living crisis and the conflict in Ukraine knocks consumer confidence
      • Figure 14: Spain: trends in levels of consumer confidence, 2020-22
    • Six in 10 are better off or the same financially as they were last year
      • Figure 15: Spain: change in financial situation over the past year, 2022
    • Four in 10 expect their financial situation to worsen, peaking among low-income earners
      • Figure 16: Spain: financial confidence over the coming year, 2022
    • Conflict in Ukraine exacerbating already rapidly rising inflation
      • Figure 17: Spain: expected impact of the conflict in Ukraine on household finances, 2022
    • Groceries taking a bigger bite out of low- and mid-income budgets
      • Figure 18: Spain: spending habits, past 12 months, 2022
    • Spending more but buying less as grocery prices escalate
      • Figure 19: Spain: year-on-year food retail sales value and volume growth, 2020-22
  8. Who shops for groceries

    • Responsibility for household grocery shopping largely in the hands of a sole shopper
      • Figure 20: Spain: who shops for groceries in the household, 2019-22
    • Women still responsible for most of the grocery shopping in their household
      • Figure 21: Spain: who shops for groceries in the household, by age and gender, 2022
  9. Where they shop

    • Over a third of shoppers do their main grocery shop at Mercadona
      • Figure 22: Spain: grocery retailers used for primary shop, 2019-22
    • Customer profiles of grocery retailers used for primary shop
      • Figure 23: Spain: grocery retailers used for primary shop, by net monthly household income, 2022
    • Mercadona strengthens its position as leading top-up destination
      • Figure 24: Spain: grocery retailers used for top-up shops, 2019-22
    • Customer profiles of grocery retailers used for top-up shops
      • Figure 25: Spain: grocery retailers used for top-up shops, by net monthly household income, 2022
  10. Usage of grocery loyalty/membership schemes

      • Figure 26: Spain: grocery shoppers’ membership of grocery loyalty/membership schemes, by net monthly household income, 2022
  11. Attitudes towards grocery shopping

      • Figure 27: Spain: attitudes towards grocery shopping, 2022
    • Make recycling packaging easier and more rewarding
      • Figure 28: Spain: attitudes towards grocery shopping, by age, 2022
    • Spiking inflation makes retailers’ own brands more compelling
      • Figure 29: Spain: attitudes towards grocery shopping, by net monthly household income, 2022
    • Rising food prices motivating grocery shoppers to reduce food and drink waste
      • Figure 30: Spain: attitudes towards grocery shopping, by net monthly household income, 2022
    • Budget-conscious shopping more at discounters than they used to
      • Figure 31: Spain: attitudes towards grocery shopping, by net monthly household income, 2022
    • Food loans to help cash-strapped shoppers during the cost-of-living crisis
      • Figure 32: Spain: attitudes towards grocery shopping, by net monthly household income, 2022
  12. The retailers

    • Slower sales growth reflective of the highly elevated comparatives from 2020
      • Figure 33: Spain: leading grocers, sales (excl VAT), 2017-21
    • Total number of stores at its highest level for five years
      • Figure 34: Spain: leading grocers, outlets, 2017-21
  13. Market shares

      • Figure 35: Spain: leading grocers’ shares of all food retailers’ sales (excl VAT), 2017-21
  14. Online

    • Online retailing in Spain
    • Online grocery retailing in Spain
      • Figure 36: Spain: leading online grocery retailers, 2021
  15. Appendix – Research methodology, data sources and abbreviations

    • Abbreviations
    • Consumer research methodology
    • Data sources

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