From coast to coast, the food retail landscape is shifting amid strategic moves by players vying for a share of shoppers’ at-home food dollars.
Using the latest data provided by Tucson, Ariz.-based Metro Market Studies, SN examines 10 markets around the country to see which retailers are gaining share and which are seeing their share erode, and tries to predict where the shakeouts will lead.
10 KEY MARKETS
Los Angeles is undergoing some turbulence as well, with Albertsons under new ownership and the fate of Tesco’s Fresh & Easy chain up in the air.
In Pittsburgh, meanwhile, Giant Eagle is seeking to defend its turf against the incursion of Delhaize’s Bottom Dollar banner, and in Tampa, Fla., chains are fighting for the share lost by Delhaize’s Sweetbay supermarkets.
Low-price chains are also making inroads in Houston, where Aldi made its debut last week with nine of its 30 planned locations.
|Suggested Categories||More from Supermarketnews|