SuperValu retains its position as Ireland's number one grocer

German discounter Lidl enjoyed sales growth of 10.6%

21st December, 2015
SuperValu has a 24.7% share of the Irish grocery market

SuperValu has retained its position as Ireland's largest grocery retailer with a market share of 24.7 per cent, the latest supermarket share figures show.

The data from Kantar Worldpanel Ireland, for the 12 weeks to December 6, show that Tesco remained in second place with a 24.1 per cent share of grocery sales while Dunnes Stores increased its market share to 23.8 per cent.

German discounter Lidl continued to post the strongest growth with sales rising by 10.6 per cent...

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