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Food retail specifics
CEE & the Baltic States
Quick Facts about the CEE region
Population
The largest countries:
Russia: 143.6 mil.
Turkey: 75.62 mil.
Ukraine: 45.48 mi...
Food Supply Chain in CEE markets
In different countries the supply chain can have its local specifics:
● In large markets ...
Food retail specifics and market trends in CEE
• While in Western Europe the majority of
foods is distributed to the end c...
What to expect from buyers in CEE
• In some countries getting your product to retail chains
can be a challenge for various...
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Food Retail Specifics CEE

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Short overview of the main food retail specifics, food supply chain, distribution channels, buyer specifics and trends within the food retail sector in Central Eastern Europe (CEE).

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Food Retail Specifics CEE

  1. 1. Food retail specifics CEE & the Baltic States
  2. 2. Quick Facts about the CEE region Population The largest countries: Russia: 143.6 mil. Turkey: 75.62 mil. Ukraine: 45.48 mil. Poland: 38.53 mil. Romania: 20 mil. Czech Republic: 10.5 mil. total population of the region ∼404.7 M
  3. 3. Food Supply Chain in CEE markets In different countries the supply chain can have its local specifics: ● In large markets major retailers work through a number of local distributors located in different regions ● Some large retailers order certain products from producers directly, especially in small markets ● Importers/ distributors deliver to retailers avoiding a wholesaler ● Some retail networks work through their preferred distributor/s ONLY ● Many large retailers and also distributors have very strict requirements for product suppliers (special forms to be completed, quality tests run etc., before they decide whether to accept your product)
  4. 4. Food retail specifics and market trends in CEE • While in Western Europe the majority of foods is distributed to the end customer through modern retail formats, in some CEE countries (e.g. Russia, Ukraine, Belarus), the major distribution channel for some products is still open markets, kiosks etc. • At the same time, from year to year modern retail formats capture a bigger market share • In Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Baltics and some other CEE countries modern retail formats prevail but open markets can not be ignored as they still account for a considerable share in food distribution
  5. 5. What to expect from buyers in CEE • In some countries getting your product to retail chains can be a challenge for various reasons • Negotiation experience with major retail chains is often not very pleasant for suppliers • Payment terms vary from country to country but as a rule, payments are made in 30-45 days. However, some retail chains can delay payments for up to 120 days • Delivery terms. Products are usually delivered to Retailer’s Central Warehouse. In some cases, it is the supplier’s obligation to organise product deliveries to every single store. In such case, deliveries are made to the Distributor’s Central Warehouse. • Well-established personal contact is important. At the same time, Purchasing Managers get replaced quite frequently • Price is often the main decisive factor
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