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Analyzing Food Retail in Mexico

Analyzing Food Retail in Mexico

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Meta Description Supermarkets and department stores, in Mexico, continue to provide exporters worldwide with the best points-of-sale. There are
Publisher Aruvian's R'search
Date of Report Nov 6, 2011
Quick Overview
Supermarkets and department stores, in Mexico, continue to provide exporters worldwide with the best points-of-sale. There are approximately 1,930 retail stores in Mexico selling food and beverages, a figure that includes outlets for major retail chains and government stores, but excludes convenience and small family stores. The major retailers are developing increasingly sophisticated distribution systems. However in the case of frozen foods and perishables, retail stores still depend heavily on local distributors.

Traditional retail stores ("mom and pop" stores) are a large market segment, but are not yet a viable option for imported products. Traditional retail stores serve a large number of Mexican consumers but offer less potential for selling imported products. Similarly, outdoor markets (tianguis) sell few import products, except for nuts and deciduous fruits.

Aruvian's R'search’s report Analyzing Food Retail in Mexico is a complete insight into the Mexican food purchase and consumption pattern which is helping international hyper marketers and retail giants to focus and understand the Mexican food market better and prepare for eventual investment or wait decisions.

This report provides a market synopsis of the beak up segmentation of the food retail industry setup as prevalent in Mexico and how the changing food consumption patterns of the Mexican population are leading the change for shift of focus to processed food retailing supermarket chains.

The report provides an outlook on the volumes of business handled by the Mexican food retail industry and the changing societal conditions which are pushing the transition to a segregation of food patterns for the Mexican population. The report analyzes the key propellers of growth of the industry which are fuelled by changing consumer preferences and have galvanized the industry into long term investment decisions.

This report also applies the PEST Framework Analysis & Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis to the Mexican Food Retail Industry wherein the report provides important bearing on the industry’s internal mechanisms at bay and provides a crucial answer for new investors whether to go ahead or hold on investment.

Thereafter the report has also been compiled with a complete tally of the major players in the market arena in the Mexican Food Retail Industry and also provides information across parameters as Revenues, Market Shares, Recent Developments, etc. The report also presents a future growth perspective for the Mexican Food Retail Industry which gives a better understanding of the overall direction heading for this dynamic and growing industry.
Table of Contents
A. Executive Summary

B. Market Synopsis
B.1 Industry Definition
B.2 Market Profile
B.3 Food Retail Market Segmentation
B.4 Quantum of Market Dimensions
B.5 Determining Market Growth
B.6 Cotemporary Market Conditions

C. Accelerated Market Kinesis
C.1 Consumer Inclination
C.2 Proponents of Growth

D. PEST Framework Analysis of the Mexican Food Retail Industry
D.1 Political Aspects
D.2 Economic Aspects
D.3 Social Aspects
D.4 Technological Aspects

E. Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis
E.1 Bargaining Power of Buyers
E.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
E.3 Competitive Rivalry in the Industry
E.4 Threat of New Entrants
E.5 Threat of Substitutes
E.6 Conclusion

F. Market Share Arena – Major Competitors
F.1 Controladora Comercial Mexicana SA de CV
F.2 Grupo Comercial Chedraui, SA de CV
F.3 Grupo Gigante, SA de CV
F.4 Organización Soriana, SA de CV
F.5 Supermercados Internacionales HEB, SA de CV
F.6 Wal-Mart de México, SA de CV

G. Mexican Food Retail Industry - Future Perspective

H. Appendix

I. Glossary of Terms




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