SkrAtch ™ adopts the use of the Electroneum (ETN) “Instant Mobile Payment System” ¹ and a relaunch into 18 countries.

"When You're Itchin' to Win"

Studies and Reports

Beyond 2019: The Rapid Impact of Digital, Smartphones and Blockchain on Retail

and the Economic effect of embracing existing and emerging technologies. 

SUMMARY:

 

Listed are the studies and reports we use for our internal R&D purposes not for commercial reproduction. 

These studies are in-depth Research Reports that are relevant, systematic, articulate, and a presentation of research work in a orderly written form and range from brief to more complex with hundreds of pages.

 

The success of the original game and the studies support the marketing plan and the direction we have taken with SkrAtch ™ as a "Line Extension" targeting 18+ countries.

SkrAtch ™ an Effective Consumer Sampling and Brand Promotion Model. As we proceed with our relaunch into the 18+ countries we will continue to develop significant relative data in real time that will impact " Just in Time Supply Chain Management " among the many data points and the results will find a place in our Studies and Reports.

While some of the studies and reports listed here may not seem immediately relevant to the reader, they may have relevance when one is compared to the other. For example you may wonder why we cite and reference fuel data, floral mass marketing, along with food management and the centre for disease control, in the same list ?  

It has everything to do with modeling and successful modeling psychology. What works and what does not work in a fast moving targeted market. The logarithmic exponential growth period we have entered into since the development of the Internet may have an impact of what research is and remains relevant in this new landscape. 

 

We are entering " Phase 6 " Just as the internet brought us email, YouTube, Skype, and online shopping, Amazon, USA; Rakuten, Japan; Alibaba, China; are becoming the largest online shopping companies in the world. They have dramatically impacted bricks and mortar retail as with exemplified with major chains either merging, partial store closings and outright disappearing as in Blockbuster Video vs Netflix.

" Phase 6 " What does the industrial age, information age, automobile, Radio, TV, ATM's, Internet, Smartphones and blockchain have in common ? Each were mass adopted and it took exponentially less time to be mass adopted. Television and Radio took 50 years, cable, 20 years, Internet 15 years, Facebook and Netflix 7 years, smartphones 3 years and blockchain its already here.

We are not just targeting the developed countries as we did in the original game of SkrAtch ™ which sold over 3 million units in 5 countries, rather we are targeting 18 countries that include the unbanked and emerging nations. Accordingly, this list becomes even more significant to our role out strategy planning and an internal reference tool for our Advisers and Members.

For example in the publication: The Research Topics on E-Grocery: Trends and Existing Gaps, Juan Carlos Martín, Francesca Pagliara and Concepción Román, Department of Applied Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain it is clearly argued that reliance upon and the application of old models developed in an earlier landscape are problematic in 2019 and going forward.

"Online consumer behaviour goes hand-in-hand with the history of the internet. It is true that the first steps of the internet’s development as we know it today were developed as basic ideas in the 1950s. The U.S. Department of Defense’s Advanced Research Projects Agency has been a key player in such development. The program grew in the 1960s and 1970s, becoming a network of computers that transmitted information by “packet switching”. The network of computers was, from the start, an open, diffused and multi-platform network that, since the 1990s, has been expanded globally from the United States, creating an impressive innovation disruption that is still not finished.

Figure 1 shows an increasing trend for the total number of documents published since 2000 until the peak obtained for the year 2017. Surprisingly, for the period between 1962 and 1999, there are only four documents in the database. A closed examination of the abstracts shows that these documents should be discarded from the database." ¹⁵¹

Focused Reports

Description:  Mobile technologies continue to reshape the landscape, as we begin the transition into the second phase.

Description:   The smartphone multiplier Toward a trillion - dollar economy.

Description: Over the next ten years (and beyond) we’re set to see even faster changes in the payments landscape.

Description:  A new study confirms the rapid development of the global Gig Economy, projecting double-digit annual growth for the industry over the next five years.

Description: What are the Implications for Consumers? Consumers are the final link in food supply chains which are increasingly international.

Description: Electroneum "Connecting the underserved to financial opportunities available in the developed world unleashes economic potential, which benefits everyone."

Description: The redemption of loyalty program (LP) rewards has an important impact on LP members' behavior, particularly on purchase behavior before and after redeeming.

Description: The BDC support small and medium-sized businesses in all industries and at every stage of growth with money and advice.

Description: Convenience shopper, current and emerging convenience global trends and best practice, and a picture of convenience retailing in 2020.

Description: In the realm of retail globalization Deloitte highlights emerging markets of interest to retailers. China, India, Turkey, Nigeria, Algeria, Kazakhstan etc.

Description: The $15 trillion retail sector is about to undergo a major round of disruption as it experiences a second wave of digital transformation.

Description: Incremental change may not be a viable strategic option for securing a profitable future. A decade of disruption & strategic innovation.

Description: Measure the evolution, identify drivers, economic impact of choice and innovation over the last decade in the retail food sector.

Description: Export opportunities to India for agrifood and seafood producers in British Columbia (B.C.) 2014.

Description: Mega Trends are transformative, global forces that define the future  with their  impacts on businesses, societies, economies, cultures, and personal lives.

Description:  In the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry, change has been more evolutionary than revolutionary, digital is redefining what shopping means.

Description:  By 2020, the UK organic market is on target to be worth £2.5 billion with sales at £45 million a week in 2019.

Description:  Direct Debit, Invoice & Pay, Cash, Cryptocurrencies: Rollout of Digital Non Card & Overlay Services.

Description:  Transition from Maturation to Post-Modern market. Drivers of change: Technology-enabling, consumer-centered transparency.

Description:  Produced by McKinsey's Asia Consumer and Retail Practice. 7 Trends to Watch.

Description:  Retail Industry Vision 2026 the possibilities of the future of retail based on executive interviews and secondary research.

Reports Descriptive Title

Notes:

 

  • This list is sorted by file name and not by their descriptive title.
     

  • Studies and reports range from short to long and old to new.
     

  • All documents are in PDF format and will open in a new tab.
     

  • The rational to include older reports is based upon the idea that our researchers can quickly look back to the past data and do a comparative analysis as to the applicability of a model and the degree of accuracy of the author's forecasts and predictions over time.
     

  • What is quite fearsome and even frightening is that many of the models that were developed earlier, in the early stages of the Internet (2001) are still being used today which may play a large part of why businesses are failing as the landscape continues to change significantly and billions of dollars are being lost. See the Intel study above.
     

  • Like sail makers and buggy whips went out of style, the degree to which manufacturers and retailers adapt to the landscape will be the degree of impact that directly affects their bottom line as we enter into "Phase 6" See the Federation of Wholesalers study above.
     

  • The reports tend to be heavily footnoted, referenced and provide us with a view from the micro to the macro as well as being a valuable tool in identifying cross interdisciplinary resources as in Venn Diagram analysis.
     

  • The UK grocery sector is one of the most sophisticated in the world who compete fiercely for customers. By 2021 the market is projected to grow 9.9 percent to £196.9 billion. Online grocery shopping is expected to increase 68 percent over the next 5 years. ¹³⁰
     

  • In 2016, Canada’s 36.2 million consumers generated US$397 billion (C$529.5 billion) in retail sales, representing a 3.5 percent increase from 2015. Food and beverage sales in Canada account for 17 percent of the retail landscape with 2016 sales valued at US$86 billion (C$115 billion). ¹³¹

Clickable List

Number                                         Additional References and Citations


 

  1. Food Retail Report Germany 2018

  2.  Canada Post E-commerce Benchmark Report 2019

  3. TOcore Retail and Service Commercial Land Use Study December 2015 - Toronto

  4. Loyalty To SMES: A Pipe Dream In The Current Economic Climate? South Africa

  5. Characterization and Management of Food Loss and Waste in North America 2017

  6. CBINSIGHTS EMERGING TRENDS 2019 Retail

  7. A Report on Food Costing in the North. SEPTEMBER 2016 FOOD SECURE CANADA

  8. NEW COMPETITION FOR SUPERMARKETS: A CASE STUDY 1997

  9. Retail Trade Ontario 2017-2019 Sectoral Profiles, Service Canada, Ontario

  10. THE FUTURE OF FOOD: New realities for the industry. Part of Accenture Strategy. 2016

     

  11. iScan 2016 An Overview of the Australian Retail Fuels Market

  12. Surviving the Brave New World of Food Retailing A Roadmap to Relevance for the Future for Food Retailers. Vision 2025 Retailing Research Council

  13. SEEING BEYOND THE LOYALTY ILLUSION: IT’S TIME YOU INVEST MORE WISELY. Accenture Strategy.

  14. Loyalty Programs: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Carelton University. Wohl, Davis, & Hollingshead, 2017, CiHB

  15. Grey Bruce Health Unit. Alcohol Outlet Density Report in Grey Bruce. Owen Sound: Author; 2017.

  16. An initial assessment of the environmental impact of grocery products. March 2013 United Kingdom.

  17. Frequent Flier Credit Cards Generate More Than $4 Billion for Major U.S. Airlines - A Report from IdeaWorks

  18. 2018 Consumer Returns in the Retail Industry. APPRISS (R) Retail

  19. Workplace Injuries Associated with Grocery Store Workers. Prevention and Reduction in Loss Time 2011.

  20. The Avoidable Crisis of Food Waste: Technical Report; Value Chain Management International and Second Harvest; Ontario, Canada. 2019

     

  21. Indian Retail. The Next Growth Story. KPMG 2014

  22. The BC Organic Market Growth, Trends & Opportunities, 2013

  23. The Canadian Consumer Behaviour, Attitudes and Perceptions Toward Food Products. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. International Markets Bureau. Market Analysis Report May 2010.

  24. CANADA’S FOOD PRICE REPORT 2018. PREPARED BY DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY AND UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH

  25. CANADA’S FOOD PRICE REPORT 2019. PREPARED BY DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY AND UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH.

  26. CANADA’S FOOD PRICE REPORT 2020, PREPARED BY DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY AND UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH. 10th Edition.

  27. LCBO Sales Trends and Insights, Ontario. 2018.

  28. Canadian Convenience Stores Association National 2012 Industry Report.

  29. Exploring the Factors Influencing Consumers’ Choice of Retail. Store When Purchasing Fresh Meat in Malaysia. 2013

  30. THE CHANGING RETAIL LANDSCAPE. Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board 2018.

     

  31. Canadian Grocery Market Report A Fresh Look at Some Appetizing Investments. 2017

  32. The Changing Face of September 2014 China’s Retail Market. Fung Business Intelligence Centre.

  33. Fairfield and Gonzales Retail Demand Analysis. 2017 Colliers International Consulting.

  34. Research & Forecast Report, CALGARY RETAIL REPORT, Winter 2018/2019 Colliers International.

  35. Competition Issues in the Grocery Sector in Jamaica, Prepared by The Competition Bureau FAIR TRADING COMMISSION September 17, 2015

  36. Competition Policy in the Mexican Grocery Retail Industry 2019. Ministry of Economy of Mexico-OECD.

  37. Consolidation and Buyer Power in the Grocery Industry - Fact Sheet 2010

  38. Consolidation in Food Retailing: Prospects for Consumers & Grocery Suppliers. Economic Research Service/USDA Agricultural Outlook/August 2000

  39. Australia Consumer and Retail Trends June 2014

  40. Consumer Store Choice Dynamics: An Analysis of the Competitive Market Structure for Grocery Stores. Journal of Retailing, 2000 New York University.

     

  41. Canada’s Changing Retail Market. Consumer Trends Update. 2013 Industry Canada.

  42. Customer Satisfaction in Food Retailing: Comparing Specialty and Conventional Grocery Stores.

  43. Food Industry Forecast: Key Trends Through 2020 Crucial Trends Transforming the Industry. Emerson.

  44. ONLINE GROCERY: HOW THE INTERNET IS CHANGING THE GROCERY INDUSTRY, University of Virginia. 1999

  45. THE FUTURE OF RETAIL 2018 IN DOWNTOWN EDMONTON Canada

  46. TOTAL CONSUMER REPORT 2018 The Nielsen Company

  47. The Golden Age of Convenience Stores. Asia - Pacific. 2016 Deloitte.

  48. The Deloitte Consumer Review. Customer loyalty: A relationship, not just a scheme. 2017

  49. DETERMINING THE OPTIMAL LOCATION FOR A LARGE ORGANIC FOOD STORE IN MONTREAL. 2007 McGill University.

  50. Retail Trade, December 2018. Statistics Canada

     

  51. Loyalty Deciphered - How Emotions Drive Genuine Engagement. 2017 Capgemini Digital.

  52. Market Research on Loyalty Programs in the Greek retail market. 2017 International Hellenic University School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies.

  53. Grocery/Convenience Store Start-Up Profile. Illinois DCCA. 1988

  54. Updated Economic Impact Study of the Ontario Food and Beverage Sector. 2015 Final Report.

  55. Economic Contribution of the Food and Beverage Industry A Report by the Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board. 2017 University of Illinois.

  56. STRATEGIES AND CHALLENGES OF INTERNET GROCERY RETAILING LOGISTICS. USA 2004

  57. Retail & Wholesale: Key Sectors for the European Economy.  2013 Understanding the Role of Retailing and Wholesaling Within the European Union. Institute of Retail Management. Oxford University.

  58. Pet Care Annual Update: Trends And Growth Opportunities. Euromonitor International. 2016

  59. Market Analysis Report "Export Opportunities For B.C.’S Food Processors in Germany & the United Kingdom” Ministry of Agriculture. 2017

  60. Shifting from Consumption to Experience. Winning in the Omnichannel Retailing. EY Japan. 2014

     

  61. Fast Moving Consumer Goods. KPMG / Africa. "Market, Consumer, Retailer, Growth Areas" 2016

  62. Grocery Rewards Programs, Consumer Insights. First Data. Market Brief. 2008

  63. Providing Nutritious and Safe Food: Guidelines for Food Distribution Organizations with Grocery or Meal Programs. B.C. Centre for Disease Control. 2019

  64. Strategic Management: Group Assignment. UK Convenience Grocery Retailing. Year: 2013/14

  65. Characterizing the Food Environment in Saskatoon for Families with Children: Research Methods and Descriptive Results. University of Saskatchewan. 2014

  66. The Food and Beverage Market Entry Handbook: Canada a Practical Guide to the Market in Canada for European Agri-food Products and Products with Geographical Indications. 2017 Development Business. European Commission.

  67. Trends in Mass-Market Floral. PRODUCE MARKETING ASSOCIATION + FOOD MARKETING INSTITUTE. 2015

  68. Is Nova Scotia Eating Local? and if not… Where is our food coming from? Ecology Centre. 2010

  69. Bankwest Future of Business: Focus on Supermarkets. 2019

  70. FOOD FOCUS 2018. Six issues that will shape the food discussion in the year to come. University of Guelph.

     

  71. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Study conducted for the International Congress. Germany. 2011

  72. Food Deserts and the Causes of Nutritional Inequality. New York University. 2019

  73. Food for Thought. The Issues and Challenges of Food Security. 2019  Provincial Health Services Authority, B.C.

  74. Industry Insights: Food Retail Industry Insights – 2016. Duff & Phelps. US, Canada, Asia, UK, Germany.

  75. How Wages and Working Conditions for California’s Food Retail Workers have Declined as the Industry has Thrived. 2014 University of California, Berkeley.

  76. Food Waste in Canada. Opportunities to increase the competitiveness of Canada’s agri-food sector, while simultaneously improving the environment. 2010 Value Chain Management.

  77. FOOT TRAFFIC REPORT & DRIVING TRENDS. For the fuel & convenience store industry. 2017 YEAR IN REVIEW & 2018 FORECAST.

  78. Four Forces Shaping Competition in Grocery Retailing. 2012 Strategy& PwC

  79. Providing Fresh Produce in Small Food Stores Distribution Challenges & Solutions for Healthy Food Retail. 2014 ChangeLab Solutions.

  80. FOOD WASTE STUDY ALBERTA AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY. 2017 IAN MURRAY & COMPANY LTD.

     

  81. Loyalty Rewards and Gift Card Programs: Basic Actuarial Estimation Techniques. Casualty Actuarial Society E-Forum, Summer 2012

  82. GCC Retail Sector Firing on All Cylinders. 2016 Ardent Advisory & Accounting

  83. Global Powers of Retailing 2018 Transformative change, reinvigorated commerce

  84. Global Retail Trends. 2018 KPMG

  85. Retail Trends 2019. Global Consumer & Retail. KPMG

  86. The Future of Food and Farming: Moving Forward The Role of Grocery Stores in Supporting Buying Local. 2014 Peterbourough, Ontario, Canada.

  87. The Polish Grocery Retail Market in 2010-2020. Proximity Supermarkets and Convenience Segments will Benefit from Slower Growth of Discounters. 2016

  88. Grocery Stores in Canadian Urban Centres. 2016 University of Alberta School of Retailing.

  89. The Grocery Gap: Who Has Access to Healthy Food and Why it Matters. 2010 Policy Link, The Food Trust. The Kresge Foundation.

  90. Scale, Disruption and Brexit A new dawn for the UK food supply chains? 2018 by Retail Economics for Barclays Corporate Banking.

     

  91. Rural Grocery Store Start-Up and Operations Guide. 2014 Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs Western Illinois University.

  92. Health & Wellness Trends and Strategies for the Convenience Store Sector. 2015 Hudson Institute.

  93. OMNI-CHANNEL RETAILING AND THE RISE OF THE DIGITAL CONSUMER: EVALUATING THE OPPORTUNITIES AND TRENDS FOR CANADIAN RETAIL PROPERTY. 2015 Realty Advisors.

  94. HOW TO SELL YOUR PRODUCT TO A RETAILER. BC Ministry of Agriculture Marketing Guide Series.

  95. Moubarac JC. Ultra-processed foods in Canada: consumption, impact on diet quality and policy implications. Montréal: TRANSNUT, University of Montreal; December 2017.

  96. Is it Time to Rethink your Loyalty Programs? 2016 Drive Market Share with new Strategies for Success. KPMG

  97. City of Hamilton. PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Economic Development Division. 2012 Supermarket Development Incentives (PED12120) (Ward 2)

  98. AN ANALYSIS ON BRAND LOYALTY: A CASE STUDY ON STARBUCKS. 2016 California State Polytechnic University.

  99. Trends and Disruption in the Supermarket Industry. 2017 National Grocers Association.

  100. 2018–19 Annual Report of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario.

     

  101. Walking the Talk! Re-Invigorating Accessible Healthy Food Retail as an Anchor of Urban Livelihood: A Shopping List for Planners. 2015 University of Manitoba.

  102. MANITOBA MARKETS Livestock Prices. 2017 Manitoba Auction Markets Summary.

  103. LOBLAW COMPANIES LIMITED 2018 ANNUAL REPORT

  104. Canadian Market Overview. Tea Association of Canada.

  105. Loyalty Program Liabilities and Point Values. 2015 McDonough School of Business at Georgetown.

  106. Retail Store Fixtures Sponsored by: Addressing the Changing Needs of Brick-and-Mortar Stores. USA. 2017

  107. E-grocers in Canada: Success factors and fulfillment strategies. GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT. 2017 HEC MONTRÉAL

  108. Town of Manning & County of Northern Lights. Retail Market Analysis. 2017 Langley, B.C. Canada

  109. AN OVERVIEW OF RETAILING 2003

  110. January 16, 2020 — The U.S. Census Bureau announced the following advance estimates of U.S. retail and food services sales for December 2019.

     

  111. Competition and Product Quality in the Supermarket Industry. 2009 Kellogg School of Management.

  112. MEASURING THE FOOD ENVIRONMENT in Canada 2013 Health Canada.

  113. Mercer Capital's Value Focus: Convenience Stores. 2016

  114. STIMULATING IN MISSISSIPPI GROCERY RETAIL DEVELOPMENT. Mississippi Grocery Access Task Force. 2004

  115. Why Retailers are Keeping it Fresh Fresh Foods Not Spoiled by Inflationary Heat. 2013 Nielsen.

  116. Business Concept Development & Feasibility Study. 2006 North Central Regina Community Grocery Store.

  117. NYC Full Service Grocery Store Analysis. 2008 NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

  118. A Food Loss and Waste Strategy for Canada. 2016 NATIONAL ZERO WASTE COUNCIL.

  119. Oakridge Centre Retail Impact Assessment. 2013 City of Vancouver. B.C.

  120. Online Grocery Business Models Click & Collect and Drive. 2015 The online grocery landscape is rapidly evolving, it is critical to understand the distinct business models emerging and expanding today.

     

  121. THE FUTURE OF ONLINE GROCERY THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES. 2014

  122. A Systematic Review of Food Deserts, 1966-2007.  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

  123. Neighborhood Environments Disparities in Access to Healthy Foods in the U.S. 2009 American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

  124. INDUSTRY PROFILE Grocery Stores & Supermarkets. 2016 dun & bradstreet. First Research, a D&B company.

  125. Brooklin Study. Background Report: 2014 Retail/Commercial Space Need Analysis. 2015 The Corporation of the Town of Whitby.

  126. Metro ANNUAL REPORT 2018 METRO INC. is a food and pharmacy leader in Québec and Ontario. As a retailer, franchisor, distributor, and manufacturer, the company operates or services a network of 947 food stores.

  127. Reducing Wasted Food & Packaging: A Guide for Food Services and Restaurants United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2010

  128. Reframing the Conversation on Loyalty Programs in Canada Shifting the way in which loyalty programs are compared – from dividend analysis to ‘time to reward’ 2013

  129. All About Food. Exploring Canada's Food System. 2012 Ontario Agri-Food Education Inc.

  130. United Kindom Retail Foods USDA Foreign Agricultural Service. Global Agricultural Information Network. 2017

     

  131. Canada Retail Foods The Retail Landscape of Canada. USDA Foreign Agricultural Service. Global Agricultural Information Network. 2017

  132. Canada Retail Food Sector Report - Canada. USDA Foreign Agricultural Service. Global Agricultural Information Network. 2012

  133. Retail Data & Trends 2019. Retail by the Numbers Retail statistics for November 2018. RCC Retail Council of Canada.

  134. Retail Market Demand Analysis for the South West Area Plan (SWAP), City of London, Ontario. 2012

  135. Retail Industry of Turkey: Growing while Transforming. Federation of Sopping Centers and Retailers. TAMPF. PwC 2015 The Turkish Federation of Shopping Centers And Retailers (TFSCR)

  136. Retail Market & Gap Analysis Update November 2016. Prepared for City of Fort Saskatchewan. Prepared by Cushing Terrell Architecture Inc.

  137. Store format choice and shopping trip types Thomas Reutterer Institute for Retailing and Marketing, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Vienna, Austria, and Christoph Teller Institute for Retail Studies, University of Stirling, Stirling, UK 2008

  138. Rewarding Loyal Customers to Increase Mobile Payments Adoption. 2017 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston ™

  139. Growing Competition in Food and Fresh Produce Markets. DR. ROBERTA COOK Dept. of Ag and Resource Economics University of California, Davis Emerita Faculty for 2018 Horticultural Growers’ Short Course Abbotsford, BC January 26, 2018

  140. THE ROLE OF FOOD IN HOSPITALS Prepared by: Tracy Murphy HealthCareCAN Consultant May 2017 "This HealthCareCAN Issue Brief, funded by a grant from The J. W. McConnell Family Foundation..."

     

  141. Whitepaper Shopper Insights to Improve Retail Loyalty Programs Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management. 2014

  142. THE SMART SUPERMARKET How retailers can innovate beyond single-use plastics and packaging GREENPEACE. Published November 2019 by Greenpeace USA* greenpeace.org * Greenpeace Inc. is a registered Internal Revenue Service 501(c)(4) nonprofit entity that operates in the United States of America.

  143. The Evolution of the Supermarket Industry: From    A&P to Walmart* Paul B. Ellickson University of Rochester March 15, 2015.

  144. House of Commons Library BRIEFING PAPER Number SN06186, 29 October 2018 Retail sector in the UK By Chris Rhodes. Commons Library Briefing, 29 October 2018.

  145. Assessing the Opportunities and Challenges Facing Canada’s Specialty Food Industry. 2011 The Report on Assessing the Opportunities and Challenges Facing Canada’s Specialty Food Industry, produced by the George Morris Centre, was commissioned by the Markets and Industry Services Branch of Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, for analysis and discussion purposes.

  146. Commercial / Retail Demand and Capacity Study Springbank / Highway 1 Area Prepared for: Rocky View County August 2016. Tate Economic Research Inc. Toronto. (The 2016 population of the Springbank Area is estimated to be 7,330 persons. Springbank, Alberta, Canada)

  147. The Future of Health & Wellness in Food Retailing Forecasts and Implications Health Horizons Program 2008 Palo Alto, California 94301

  148. National Association of Retail Grocers of Australia. The economic contribution of small to medium-sized grocery retailers to the Australian economy, with a particular focus on Western Australia. PwC 2007

  149. Successful Implementation of Grocery Store Loyalty Reward Programs Cristina Reinert Walden University. 2016 Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies.

  150. SUPERMARKET POWER: SERVING CONSUMERS OR HARMING COMPETITION Javier!Berasategi February 2014 Javier Berasategi is a law professor and the founder of Berasategi & Abogados, a law firm based in Madrid (Spain).

     

  151. The Research Topics on E-Grocery: Trends and Existing Gaps, Juan Carlos Martín, Francesca Pagliara and Concepción Román, Department of Applied Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.

  152. Retail Market Demand Analysis for 2031 Bolton Ontario May 30, 2014. Prepared for: The Town of Caledon Ontario. Kircher Research Associates Inc.

  153. Taking Stock Reducing Food Loss and Waste in Canada WASTE REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION, ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE CANADA JUNE 2019 Environment and Climate Change Canada Cat. No.: En4-364/2019E-PDF ISBN: 978-0-660-29446-9

  154. Retail 4.0: The Future of Retail Grocery in a Digital World, Parag Desai, Ali Potia, Brian Salsberg. Produced by McKinsey's Asia Consumer and Retail Practice.

  155. Who’s Hungry PROFILE OF HUNGER IN THE TORONTO REGION. By The Daily Bread Foodbank. 2019 PROFILE OF HUNGER IN THE TORONTO REGION

  156. Transparency Roadmap for Food Retailers: Strategies to Build Consumer Trust. The Center for Food Integity. 2017

  157. McKinsey&Company Consumer Packaged Goods Practice. The decade ahead: Trends that will shape the consumer goods industry. Ishan Chatterjee, Jörn Küpper, Christian Mariager, Patrick Moore, Steve Reis. 2009 Consumer Package Goods Practice December 2010 Designed by London Graphics.

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  159. U.S. Grocery Shopper. Trends 2017 Food Retail Implications for U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends July 18, 2017 FMI The Voice of Retail. hartman Group.

  160. CONSUMER MARKETS MARKETS Executive Summary of the KPMG Study ”Trends in Retail 2020“

     

  161. THE UK’S FOOD AND GROCERY INDUSTRY. IGD. Joanne Denney-Finch OBE Chief Executive, IGD

  162. Retail Trends Report 2018. Will Broome, Founder & CEO, Ubamarket Ltd. IN-STORE VS ONLINE RETAIL.

  163. Understanding the Grocery Industry Date of Publication: September 30, 2011 Author: The Reinvestment Fund.

  164. What feeds us: Vancouver Food Strategy January 2013. Vancouver Food Policy Council.

  165. The changing face of the UK grocery market and shopper VANESSA HENRY RETAIL CONFERENCE 2018 Co-Operatives UK

  166. The New Digital Consumers Leveraging Next Generation Capabilities to Attract High Value Customer. Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) Michael Jabbara is a senior director in Visa’s Global Products organization and leads strategic initiatives in its Global Go-To-Market function. Michelle Levin is a product analyst in Visa’s Global Products organization focusing on thought leadership and global digital narratives.

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  168. NRDC ISSUE PAPER August 2012 IP:12-06-B Wasted: How America Is Losing Up to 40 Percent of Its Food from Farm to Fork to Landfill. Author Dana Gunders Natural Resources Defence Council.

  169. western grocer Serving the Grocery Industry Since 1916 January 2019 Winnipeg's Foodfare.

  170. Ontario Bringing Home the World. A Report on Ontario’s World Foods. Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Minister Responsible for Small Business. 2017

     

  171. Spatial competition in the French supermarket industry. INRA AGO CAMPUS Stéphane TUROLLA Working Paper SMART – LERECO N°12-01 February 2012

  172. Management matters in retail Working paper 13, APRIL 2010 Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.

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