Tesco sales slip in latest supermarket figures
Shoppers are making more frequent trips, says Kantar
The latest supermarket figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland show that sales in the grocery market for the 12 weeks to June 19 were 2.5 ahead of the same period last year.
SuperValu keeps its position as Ireland's largest retailer, with a 22.6 per cent share. Tesco is second on 22 per cent, but Dunnes Stores has gained and now stands at 21.4 per cent. Lidl has 11.7 per cent and Aldi 11.1 per cent.
Georgieann Harrington, insight director at Kantar Worldpanel, said...
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