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The “big two” dominate $15bn alcohol market

Hotel bottle shops struggle to cope with the loss of 240,000 customers over the 12 month period.

Do shoppers have an appetite for premium grocers?

Discount grocers continue to outperform supermarkets, but the ‘premium’ market appears ripe for exploitation

Is it all about price?

Retailers are increasingly turning to private-label products to lower costs for consumers, while simultaneously increasi...

The changing face of Australian supermarkets

Dick Smith says that the future of Aussie supermarkets is in danger – is he right or wrong?

Why plastic bag bans triggered such a huge reaction

Supermarkets need to be open about the financial aspects of plastic bags, both costs and revenues.

Green is the new black: why retailers want you to know about their green credentials

Banning single-use plastic bags a step in the right direction.

Hardware boost for Metcash despite $149.5m loss

Food pillar struggles as wholesaler announces $125 million off-market buy-back.

Private label is taking over supermarket shelves

Love or loathe them, private label products are going to significantly impact Australian suppliers.

Honey, I shrunk the store

Why your local supermarket is getting smaller.

How shoplifters justify theft at supermarket self-service checkouts

For some supermarket customers, the removal of store clerks is a green light for dishonest behaviour.

Wesfarmers’ shares up on demerger proposition

Plan to spin off Coles met with positive response by shareholders.

Wesfarmers looks to demerge Coles into separate ASX company

Retail group looks to spin off supermarket chain.

‘Down down’ and ‘cheap cheap’ are gone gone

Why supermarkets are moving away from price.

Aussie Farmers Direct collapses into administration

Online supermarket company forced to close immediately.

New competitors set to test $102 billion grocery sector

New entrants into the supermarket and grocery sector are set to test the big two’s market share over the next five years...

Woolworths books almost 15 per cent profit rise

Retail giant builds momentum, Big W shows signs of recovery.

Coles MD confident of second-half lift

Supermarket giant's chief says retailer positioned for growth.

It’s time for an EAS revolution

Sponsored: New tech to deliver better detection, wider aisle widths, enhanced connectivity and cost savings.

Aldi refutes animal welfare policy claims

German giant says its not "industry laggard" after launch of petition.

Stockland begins building as $830m development kicks off

Landlord commences construction on new shopping centre.

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