Strategy spotlight: Five ways Tesco is storming ahead of its big four peers

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Despite squeezed consumer spending and the growing discounter threat, market leader Tesco has consistently held on to its dominant market share. Amid initial signs of food inflation starting to ease, our Retail Week analysts examine five ways we expect the grocery giant to intensify its focus and maintain its competitive advantage

Over the past couple of years, Tesco  has held around 27% of the grocery market, according to Kantar.

Navigating the challenges has not been easy and has involved operational efficiency and some scaling back of operations.

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