Boston, MA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/30/2014 -- Grocery retailing in New Zealand was characterised by convenience (in the form of metro-style outlets) during 2013, with competition between supermarkets and convenience stores remaining intense during the year.
Like Australia, there are two major players within grocery retailing in New Zealand: Foodstuffs (New Zealand) and Progressive Enterprises, the local subsidiary of international retailer Woolworths Ltd. Competition between these two companies remained intense in 2013, with Progressives focusing on offering a complete customer experience through store ambience and aesthetics as well as offering online shopping and a co-ordinated effort through a single brand, Countdown. Foodstuffs differentiates itself through its two brand offerings, New World and PAK?nSAVE. This segmented approach enables PAK?nSAVE to compete on price, with the tag line ?New Zealand?s lowest food prices?. Its other brand, New World, is a full service supermarket.
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The convenience trend is expected to remain important over the forecast period, with supermarkets expected to continue expanding the ?Metro? concept into other New Zealand cities. This development will continue to put pressure on convenience stores and forecourt retailers, particularly independent stores located within central city locations. Furthermore, supermarket outlet expansion within suburban areas is expected to negatively impact convenience stores (neighbourhood dairies) located in these areas.
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