David Berry

39 results

Dunnes Stores remained the largest retailer in the State with a market share of 22.3 per cent followed by SuperValu and Tesco with 21.3 per cent each. Aldi and Lidl held a joint 12.3 per cent share of the market each. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

March was the busiest month for grocery sales ever recorded, new data shows, as shoppers bought more than they did during the Christmas 2019 period. (...)

The good weather boosted cider sales in grocery stores by 14 per cent, according to Kantar Worldpanel. Photograph: iStock

The good weather has driven consumers to stock up on ice cream, barbecue foods, sun care products and cider with soaring temperatures adding an extra (...)

Dunnes Stores has the largest supermarket share in Ireland, data shows. Tesco comes in second place with 22.3 per cent, while Supervalu had 22.2 per cent share. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Irish shoppers are being a bit more liberal with their spending this Christmas than they were a year ago, new data shows. Sales of key festive items(...)

Tesco has closed the gap on SuperValu to tie for the position of Ireland’s largest supermarket. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA

Tesco is now tied with SuperValu as Ireland’s largest supermarket group, according to market share figures released on Monday. Both the Musgrave-own(...)

Tesco’s sales growth of 3.4 per cent in the 12 weeks to the middle of August brought its market share to 22 per cent, 0.2 per cent behind SuperValu. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Tesco continues to breathe down the neck of SuperValu in the battle to be the most popular supermarket in the State, according to the latest figures f(...)

“Fancier options saw the average price of Easter eggs rise 8 cent to €3.05. With three-quarters of the population treating themselves to at least one, this meant a €3m boost to the  market”

Irish consumers increased their spend on Easter eggs by more than €3 million in recent weeks, and put almost 100,000 more of the seasonal treats into (...)

Supervalu is back on top in the latest Kantar survey, with a 22.6 per cent market share. (Photograph: Aidan Crawley)

The cost of your weekly shop is getting cheaper, with figures from Kantar Worldpanel showing that the declining pound means that groceries are droppin(...)

With Christmas Day just gone falling on a Sunday, shoppers had two extra days to complete their shopping lists. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Irish shoppers spent an additional €92 million on groceries over the Christmas period, 3.8 per cent more than last year, figures from Kantar Worldpan(...)

Shoppers  in Dublin City centre on St Stephen’s Day. A weaker sterling has once again made Northern Ireland a cheaper shopping destination. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Readers who are queasy about cliches should look away now. Football is a game of two halves. And so, it appears, was the year 2016 for Irish retailers(...)

Dunnes Stores and SuperValu  have  a market share of 22.5 per cent each while Tesco is in third place on 21.8 per cent. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

SuperValu and Dunnes Stores are locked in a dead heat with a market share of 22.5 per cent each while Tesco is in third place on 21.8 per cent in the (...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Next
  • Last »