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Money Coles and Woolies chop butchers' share

03:17  17 april  2018
03:17  17 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The supermarket giants have taken their share of the market past 50 percent for the first time, according to research firm Roy Morgan.

Traditional butchers and markets now hold only 24 percent of the market, compared with 32 percent 10 years ago.

Roy Morgan chief executive Michele Levine says the domination of Coles and Woolworths - driven by fierce price competition - has come at the butchers' expense.

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"In the last 12 months, fresh meat market share for butchers and markets dropped three percent points," Mr Levine said.

"This is the steepest drop of any time period in the last decade."

He said Coles and Woolworths have enjoyed stronger growth in the meat market than German discount chain Aldi.

However, Aldi has also taken share away from butchers and the threat of other foreign entrants - including European chains Kaufland or Lidl - does not bode well for butchers.

"The arrival of new 'cashed-up' competitors keen to make a sizeable dent in Australia's supermarket retailing landscape means the pressure on smaller specialist retailers including butchers and markets will only increase in coming years," Mr Levine said.

The research involved a survey of 50,000 people, including 12,000 grocery shoppers.

Sales growth at Coles is still behind Woolworths .
Coles headline food and liquor sales for the third quarter were up 1.9% to $7.8 billion. Headline food and liquor sales for the third quarter were $7.8 billion, up 1.9%. Comparable sales were up 0.9%.

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