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Food and Drug Store Market Research Handbook 2002

  • ID: 389
  • December 2002
  • 547 Pages
  • Terri C Walker Consulting Inc
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The 2002 Food and Drug Store Market Research Handbook is designed to provide an expanded understanding of consumer buying trends in the United States, and the competitive environment serving this changing marketplace.  An analysis is provided, including current and expected market opportunities, for the major industry sectors. Virtually every market sector in the food and drug business is assessed in the handbook.

The handbook discussed the fierce competition between retail channels, consolidation trends, online grocers and pharmacies, and the influence of lifestyle and time constraints on consumer buying patterns.  It also provides a profile analysis of key players, and a future market outlook.

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PART I:  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1   MARKET SUMMARY:  UNITED STATES
1.1   Market Assessment
1.2   Market Leaders:  Groceries
1.3   Market Leaders:  Drug Stores
1.4   Market Leaders:  Convenience Stores
1.5   Grocery Industry Market Distribution
1.6   Market Share Distribution
1.7   Mass Market Retailing Distribution
1.8   Supermarket Sales by Product Category
      and Channel Distribution
1.9   Consumer and Market Trends
1.10 The Changing Retail Business
1.11 Competitive Challenges
1.12 Outlook to 2004

2   MARKET SUMMARY:  CANADA
2.1  Market Leaders:  Food Stores
2.2  Market Leaders:  Drug Stores
2.3  Market Leaders:  Convenience Stores
2.4  Market Trends
2.5  Demographics

3   MARKET SUMMARY:  MEXICO
3.1  Market Assessment
3.2  Market Leaders
3.3  Cash Transfers from the United States

PART II:  SECTOR MARKET ANALYSIS

4   MARKET ANALYSIS AND TRENDS:  FOOD STORES
4.1  Market Assessment and Forecast
4.2  Food Store Industry Composite Statistics
4.3  Marketshare by Online Grocers
4.4  Distribution of Consumer Expenditures
4.5  Regional Sales Distribution
4.6  Surviving the Challenges of the 1990s
4.7  Y2K Hysteria:  Impact on Grocery Sales
4.8  Market Outlook:  2000
4.9  Market Outlook:  2005
4.10  Home Meal Replacement
4.11  The Competitive Environment
4.12  New Supermarket Openings
4.13  Large Chains Dominate the Food Store Business
4.14  Consolidation
4.15  Acquisitions:  1999
4.16  Consumer Trends
4.17  Front-End Checkout Trends
4.18  New Product Introductions
4.19  Unsaleable Products
4.20  Shrink Levels
4.21  Independent Supermarket Retailers
4.22  Small Supermarkets
4.23  Natural Foods Grocery Chains
4.24  Airport Supermarkets
4.25  Merchandise Return Centers
4.26  Large Chains
4.27  Privately-Owned Companies

5   MARKET ANALYSIS AND TRENDS:  DRUGSTORES
5.1  Market Assessment
5.2  Distribution of Sales by Product Category
5.3  Channel Analysis of Drugstore Categories
5.4  Market Leaders:  1990-1999
5.5  Growth and Consolidation
5.6  Market Changes During the 1990s
5.7  New Drug Store Openings
5.8  Market Outlook:  2000-2003
5.9  Challenges of Market Growth
5.10  Large Chains Dominate the Drug Store Business
5.11  Linear Shopping

6   MARKET ANALYSIS AND TRENDS:  SUPERCENTERS
6.1  Market Assessment
6.2  Market Trends
6.3  Supercenter Marketshare Leaders
6.4  Wal-Mart Supercenters
6.5  SuperTarget

7   MARKET ANALYSIS AND TRENDS:  MASS MERCHANDISE CHAINS
7.1  Grocery Sales by Mass Merchandise Chains
7.2  Pharmacy by Mass Merchandise Chains

8   MARKET ANALYSIS AND TRENDS:  CONVENIENCE STORES
8.1  Market Assessment
8.2  Convenience Store Sales by Product Category
8.3  Number of Stores
8.4  Merchandise and Foodservice Sales at Convenience Stores
8.5  Market Drivers
8.6  Analysis of Market Competition
8.7  Current Market Activities

9   MARKET ANALYSIS AND TRENDS:  FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
9.1  Market Infrastructure
9.2  Food Distribution Methods
9.3  Competition
9.4  Market Trends:  Food Distributors
9.5  Market Trends:  Food Brokers

10  MARKET ANALYSIS AND TRENDS:  WAREHOUSE CLUBS
10.1  Market Assessment
10.2  Market Leaders
10.3  Market Trends
10.4  Regional Demographics
10.5  Customer Demographics
10.6  Small Business Customers
10.7  Expanded Focus for Market Growth
10.8  Profiles of Key Players
10.8.1  BJ=s Wholesale Club
10.8.2  Costco
10.8.3  Cost-U-Less
10.8.4  Sam=s Club

PART III:  PRODUCT MARKET ANALYSIS

11  MARKET ANALYSIS:  PRIVATE LABEL
11.1  Market Assessment
11.2  Market Distribution by Product Category
11.3  Market Trends

12  MARKET ANALYSIS:  FOOD PRODUCTS
12.1  Market Assessment
12.2  Beverages
12.3  Cereal
12.4  Chicken
12.5  Candy Sales
12.5.1  Seasonal Candy
12.5.2  Interactive Candy
12.6  Fiery Foods
12.7  Fortified Foods
12.8  Frozen Foods
12.9  Ice Cream
12.10  Gourmet and Specialty Products
12.11  Meat Departments
12.12  Nutrition Bars
12.13  Oils and Vinegars
12.14  Organic Products
12.15  Produce
12.16  Soups
12.17  Spices and Seasonings

13  MARKET ANALYSIS:  NON-FOOD PRODUCTS
13.1  Market Assessment
13.2  Increasing Competition
13.3  Top 20 Chains by Percentage of Non-Foods Sales
13.4  Top 20 Chains by Non-Foods Dollar Sales
13.5  Air Fresheners
13.6  As Seen on TV Products
13.7  Bathroom Tissue
13.8  Batteries
13.9  Blank Audio/Video Cassettes
13.10  Books
13.11  Diapers/Training Pants
13.12  Dish Detergent
13.13  Disposable Plates
13.14  Fabric Conditioners
13.15  Facial Tissue
13.16  Foil
13.17  Greeting Card/Social Expression
13.18  Housewares
13.19  Laundry Detergent
13.20  Light Bulbs
13.21  Magazines
13.22  Office/School Supplies
13.23  Paper Towels
13.24  Personal Soaps/Bars
13.25  Prepaid Phone Cards
13.26  Pet Care
13.27  Photo
13.28  Pre-Paid Phone Cards
13.29  Sunglasses
13.30  Tobacco Products
13.31  Toys
13.32  Video Rentals and Sales

14  MARKET ANALYSIS:  HEALTH, BEAUTY AND COSMETICS PRODUCTS
14.1  Market Assessment
14.2  Market Trends
14.3  Market Strategies
14.4  New Opportunities for Food and Drug Retailers
14.5  Market Trends
14.6  Consumer Trends
14.7  Appealing to the Female Customer
14.8  New Product Introductions
14.9  Current Market Activities
14.10  Adult Incontinence
14.11  Analgesics
14.12  Baby Products
14.13  Bath Products
14.14  Breath Fresheners
14.15  Cold/Allergy/Sinus Liquids/Powders
14.16  Cold/Allergy/Sinus Tablets/Packets
14.17  Contraceptives
14.18  Cosmetics
14.19  Cough/Cold/Allergy
14.20  Deodorants
14.21  Dietary Supplements
14.22  Diet Tablets/Candy
14.23  Digestive Remedies
14.24  Disposable Razors
14.25  Ethnic Health and Beauty Care Market
14.26  Eye Care
14.27  Facial Moisturizers
14.28  Feminine Hygiene
14.29  First Aid B Ointments/Antiseptics
14.30  First Aid B Tape/Bandages/Gauze/Cotton
14.31  Foot Care Devices
14.32  Fragrances
14.33  Hair Care
14.34  Hair Colorings
14.35  Hair Conditioners/Cream Rinses
14.36  Hand & Body Lotions
14.37  Internal Analgesic Liquids
14.38  Internal Analgesic Tablets
14.39  Lip Cosmetics
14.40  Mouthwashes/Dental Rinses
14.41  Nutritionals
14.42  Oral Care
14.43  Razors
14.44  Refill Razor Blades
14.45  Shampoos
14.46  Shaving
14.47  Skin Care
14.48  Smoking Cessation
14.49  Sun Care
14.50  Toothpastes
14.51  Vitamins
14.52  Weight Control
14.53  Other Subsectors

15  MARKET ANALYSIS:  PHARMACEUTICALS
15.1  Market Assessment
15.2  Market Trends and Analysis
15.3  Market Forecast
15.4  Impact of Upcoming Drug Patent Expirations
15.5  Consumer Trends

PART IV:  TREND ANALYSIS

16  ISSUES FACING THE INDUSTRY
16.1  Top Priority Issues Through 2005
16.2  Labor Shortages
16.3  Labor Unions
16.4  Customer-Data Collection Practices
16.5  Slotting Allowances
16.6  Technological Advancements

17  CONSUMER TRENDS
17.1  Shopping Trends
17.2  Consumer Choice in Shopping Venues
17.3  Reasons Shoppers Select a Supermarket
17.4  Shopping Days and Age Demographics
17.5  Shopper Concerns
17.6  Diminished Leisure Time
17.7  Food and Holiday Celebrations

18  RETAIL TRENDS
18.1  Trends in Shopping
18.2  Increased Shopping at Neighborhood Stores
18.3  Shoppertainment
18.4  Cross Merchandising
18.5  Weather-Related Disasters and Shopping Trends
18.6  Challenges Ahead

19  EATING PATTERNS IN AMERICA
19.1  Eating Meals at Home
19.2  Per Capita Consumption Trends
19.3  Eating Patterns in America
19.4  Healthy Dining
19.5  Appropriate Products and Ingredients
19.6  America's Changing Palate

20  HOME-MEAL REPLACEMENTS
20.1  Market Assessment
20.2  Market Distribution
20.3  Market Trends
20.4  Key Players
20.5  Making Profit with HMR
20.6  Take-Home Meals from the Office
20.7  Dining Leftovers
20.8  Market Outlook

21  CONSUMER E-COMMERCE TRENDS
21.1  The Impact of Electronic Retailing
21.2  E-Mail Marketing as a Promotional Tool
21.3  Market Assessment and Forecast
21.4  Online Grocery Shopper Profile
21.5  Online Consumer Demographics
21.6  Online Shopping Characteristics
21.7  Market Barriers
21.8  Making Online Shopping Fun
21.9  Shopping Bots
21.10  Delivery Services for E-tail Markets
21.11  Distribution and Warehouse Facilities
21.12  Leading Retail Companies Develop Internet Strategies
21.13  Alliances of the Internet Giants and Retail Leaders

22  CONSUMER DEMOGRAPHICS
22.1  Shopper Age Demographics
22.2  Grocery Shopper Demographics
22.3  Population Diversity
22.4  African-American Markets
22.5  Hispanic Markets
22.6  Children's Markets
22.7  Tweeners
22.8  Teenager Markets
22.9  Generation X
22.10  Generation Y
22.11  Baby-Boomer Markets
22.12  Senior Markets
22.13  The Low-Income Consumer

23  REGIONAL DEMOGRAPHICS
23.1  Demographic Factors in Market Analysis
23.2  The Top 50 Markets
23.2.1  The Largest Supermarket Markets
23.2.2  The Largest Drug Store Markets
23.3  The Top 75 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs)
23.4  New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island
23.5  Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County
23.6  Chicago-Gary-Kenosha
23.7  Washington-Baltimore
23.8  San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose
23.9  Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City
23.10  Boston-Worcester-Lawrence-Lowell-Brockton
23.11  Detroit-Ann Arbor-Flint
23.12  Dallas-Fort Worth
23.13  Houston-Galveston-Brazoria
23.14  Atlanta
23.15  Miami-Fort Lauderdale
23.16  Seattle-Tacoma-Bremerton
23.17  Cleveland-Akron
23.18  Phoenix-Mesa
23.19  Minneapolis-St. Paul
23.20  San Diego
23.21  St. Louis
23.22  Pittsburgh
23.23  Denver-Boulder-Greeley
23.24  Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater
23.25  Portland-Salem
23.26  Cincinnati-Hamilton
23.27  Kansas City
23.28  Sacramento-Yolo
23.29  Milwaukee-Racine
23.30  Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News
23.31  San Antonio
23.32  Indianapolis
23.33  Orlando
23.34  Columbus
23.35  Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill
23.36  New Orleans
23.37  Las Vegas
23.38  Salt Lake City-Ogden
23.39  Buffalo-Niagra Falls
23.40  Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point
23.41  Nashville
23.42  Hartford
23.43  Rochester
23.44  Memphis
23.45  Austin-San Marcos
23.46  Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill
23.47  Jacksonville
23.48  Oklahoma City
23.49  Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland
23.50  West Palm Beach-Boca Raton
23.51  Louisville
23.52  Dayton-Springfield
23.53  Richmond-Petersburg
23.54  Providence-Warwick-Pawtucket
23.55  Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson
23.56  Birmingham
23.57  Albany-Schenectady-Troy
23.58  Honolulu
23.59  Fresno
23.60  Tucson
23.61  Tulsa
23.62  Syracuse
23.63  El Paso
23.64  Omaha
23.65  Albuquerque
23.66  Knoxville
23.67  Bakersfield
23.68  Scranton-Wilkes Barre-Hazleton
23.69  Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle
23.70  Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton
23.71  Toledo
23.72  Youngstown-Warren
23.73  Springfield, Mass.
23.74  Baton Rouge
23.75  Little Rock-North Little Rock
23.76  Stockton-Lodi
23.77  Sarasota-Bradenton
23.78  Wichita
23.79  State-by-State Markets

PART V:  STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES 

24  SUPPLIERS
24.1  Food Industry Suppliers
24.2  Drug Wholesalers

25  FOOD INDUSTRY TRANSPORT
25.1  Market Assessment
25.2  The Lifeline Between the Manufacturer,
      Distributor and Retailer
25.3  Creating Growth for the Grocery Supply Chain
25.4  Shipment of Perishable Goods

26  ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
26.1  Market Trends
26.2  Construction Costs

27  EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
27.1  Information Technology in the Food and Drug Industry
27.2  Kiosks
27.3  Self-Checkout
27.4  Halographic Shopping Carts
27.5   Frequent Shopper Programs

28  REAL ESTATE
28.1  Real Estate Issues for Food and Drug Chains
28.2  Impact of Supercenters
28.3  Downsizing Locations
28.4  Freestanding versus Strip Mall Locations for Drugstores
28.5  Environmental Considerations

29  ADVERTISING
29.1  Newspaper Advertising
29.2  Coupons
29.3  E-Based Coupons
29.4  In-Store Marketing
29.5  Customer Retention
29.6  Case Study

PART VI:  ANCILLARY SERVICES

30  ANCILLARY SERVICES
30.1  Overview
30.2  A Perspective on Ancillary Services
30.3  Bakeries
30.4  Banks
30.5  Culinary Education
30.6  Deli's
30.7  Floral Departments
30.8  Case Study

31  FOOD AND DRUG COMBOS
31.1  Food and Drug Combos
31.2  Prescription Sales by Grocery Chains
31.3  Supermarket Pharmacies and Health Care Services

32  GROCERY STORE AND GAS STATION COMBOS
32.1  Concept Development in Europe
32.2  Gasoline Sales by Grocers in the United States
32.3  Case Studies

PART VII:  E-COMMERCE

33  ONLINE GROCERS
33.1  Market Assessment
33.2  Market Trends
33.3  Market Leaders
33.4  Online Grocery Shopper Demographics
33.5  Operating Models
33.6  Market Survey Results
33.7  Delayed Priority
33.8  Online Grocers in Europe
33.9  Online Grocers in Canada
33.10  Consolidation
33.11  Profiles of Key Players
33.11.1  Albertsons.com
33.11.2  GroceryWorks.com
33.11.3  HomeGrocer
33.11.4  HomeRuns.com
33.11.5  IGA
33.11.6  NetGrocer.com
33.11.7  Peapod
33.11.8  Priceline.com
33.11.9  Schnuck Markets
33.11.10  ShopLink.com
33.11.11  Streamline.com
33.11.12  Webvan Group
33.12  Other Current Market Activities

34  ONLINE PHARMACIES
34.1  Market Assessment
34.2  Emerging E-Commerce Activities
34.3  Analysis

35  ONLINE HEALTH AND BEAUTY PRODUCTS
35.1  Market Assessment
35.2  Emerging E-Commerce Activities

PART VIII:  PROFILES OF KEY PLAYERS

36  COMPANY PROFILES
36.1  Ahold USA
36.2  Albertsons
36.3  Aldi
36.4  BJ's Wholesale Club
36.5  Costco
36.6  CVS
36.7  Delhaize America
36.8  Eckerd
36.9  Fleming Companies
36.10  The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company
36.11  Giant Eagle
36.12  Grand Union
36.13  H-E-B Grocery Co.
36.14  Hy-Vee
36.15  IGA
36.16  Ingles Markets
36.17  Jitney-Jungle
36.18  Kroger
36.19  Loblaw Companies
36.20  Longs Drug Stores
36.21  Marsh Supermarkets
36.22  Meijer
36.23  Nash Finch
36.24  Penn Traffic Co.
36.25  Publix Super Markets
36.26  Rite Aid
36.27  Safeway
36.28  Shaws Supermarkets
36.29  Smart & Final
36.30  SuperValu Retail
36.31  Sysco
36.32  Walgreen Company
36.33  Wal-Mart
36.34  Wegmans Food Markets
36.35  Weis Markets
36.36  Winn-Dixie
36.37  7-Eleven
36.38  Other Key Players

APPENDIX A:  MARKET RESOURCES

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