According to the recent news update from the inner sources who have confirmed that the leading super grocery store Kroger and Giant Eagle both lead the way for supermarkets in Ohio. While the Giant Eagle has a foremost position in the Ohio retail bazaar in Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Mansfield and Youngstown, according to 2021 statistics from Shelby Market Study.
Furthermore, the report also showed that with 89 stores, Giant Eagle had a 24.94% market share in mid-2021. Though, this strong amount is down from 2018, when Shelby reported that 124 Giant Eagle stores had a 40.3% market share. With 124 stores, Walmart’s 2021 share of Ohio markets is 16.4%. Those comparations with a 17.1% share and 35 stores in 2018, according to Shelby.
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In addition, according to the recent reported the Marc, with 58 stores in 2021, has an 11.18% market share, according to Shelby. That was roughly the same as 2018 when the chain’s 56 stores had a market share of 11.4%. With 51 stores, Kroger had a 6.2% market share in Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Mansfield and Youngstown areas in 2021.
In this regard, the Kroger store with 300 stores in the region, Kroger captured a 42.49% market share in mid-2021, compared to 244 stores and a 42.2% share in 2018. Meijer, which has 40 stores, had a market share of 19.8% in 2021. Compared to 41 stores and a 23.1% share in 2018, according to the fiscal year statement.