In fresh-food retailing, quality matters more than price

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Our survey of 23,000 European shoppers reveals specific ways grocers can win in fresh fruits and vegetables, boosting sales by as much as 10 percent even in a flat market.
If you’re a fresh-food retailer in Europe, your apples and bananas better be top-notch. European consumers tend to judge the quality of a retailer’s fresh-produce department based on those two particular fruits. Vegetable preferences are more varied: British shoppers closely inspect the quality of potatoes, whereas courgettes (zucchini) are important for the French. Germans will notice tomatoes the most. For the Swiss, it’s lettuce. McKinsey – Read more…

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