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Trendtype’s 2019 year in review and 2020 forecasts

So here are our big themes in 2019 and a look ahead to 2020. It’s been another eventful year in African consumer and retail markets in 2019. Some big retail players coming unstuck In grocery retail, some big players have come …
Leader Price

Leader Price adds its ninth store in Madagascar

Leader Price, the Casino-owned discounter franchise, has opened a new outlet in Madagascar. The new store opening, in the Anosizato area of Antananarivo means that the chain has nine outlets in the country, of which six are in the capital. Leader …
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KFC opens its first outlet in Madagascar

KFC has opened its first outlet in Madagascar. The new outlet is in the Tana Water Front shopping mall in Antananarivo’s Ambodivona neighbourhood – where South African supermarket chain Shoprite also has a store. KFC’s partner in Madagascar is Groupe Eclosia, …
Madagascar country profile

Madagascar Country Profile

This report provides key information on Madagascar. It covers the economic landscape, key demographic indicators, living standards and income as well as logistics and infrastructure.

Shoprite Angola

Shoprite considers exiting underperforming African markets

Shoprite as just released results for the 3 months to September 2019. Supermarket revenues in South Africa rose by 10.3% over the period. Sales outside South Africa fell by 4.9%. CEO Pieter Engelbrecht has told investors Shoprite is actively considering exiting …
Madagascar Fast Food

The Top Fast Food Chains in Madagascar

Trendtype data on the leading fast food chains in Madagascar. Our unique data identifies every fast food, casual dining and coffee shop chain and allows users to search by cuisine, location, chain and brand owner.
GBH

Groupe Casino sells its Indian Ocean subsidiary, Vindémia, for €219m

Groupe Casino has sold its Indian Ocean retail subsidiary Vindémia for €219m to Groupe Bernard Hayot (GBH), a French conglomerate with operations across Africa. Vindémia was built through acquisition between 2001 and 2007 and in 2018, generated a turnover of €853m. It has 250 stores and …