orange with media services, published on Saturday, July 30, 2022 at 07:00
According to panelist Nielsen, the top 10 best-selling products in supermarkets are once again exclusively dominated by beverages.
Inflation or not, the French have to shop. And the price increase does not affect the popularity of certain products. According to the latest ranking by panelist NielsenIQ, the top 10 best-selling products in supermarkets are still dominated exclusively by beverages. Ricard maintains its first place with 126.8 million euros turnover in the first half of 2022, fall.
This is followed by the Cristaline 6×1.5L water pack (EUR 117.8 million), despite an unprecedented price increase for 20 years, and the 1.75L Coca-Cola (EUR 72.1 million). The 6x33cl canned version reached the top 10 at number 5 (59 million euros), behind the Heineken 20x25cl bottled beer, as did the Desperados 20x25cl bottled beers at number 8 (49.6 million euros), behind the Volvic 6X1 (52.6 million euros ), L and the Hépar 6x1L (50.9 million euros). William Peel Whiskey 75cl (49.1 million euros) and 1L (48.4 million euros) complete this top 10.
For non-beverage products, the 1kg jar of Nutella remains number one in the top 10 with a turnover of 39.7 million euros, while the 825g format is in 3rd place (31.1 million euros), just behind the Caprice des Dieux 300g cheese (31.5 million euros).
Three new references also entered the ranking: Lotus Confort x24 toilet paper (22.7 million euros) in 8th place, just behind the 12-roll version (23.7 million euros), the Sodebo Manhattan salad (22.3 million ) and Herta Le Bon Paris ham 4 slices (21.2 million euros).
President soft butter 250 grams (29.8 million euros), Carte Noire coffee 3×250 grams (24.6 million euros), Catsan 10L cat litter (23.9 million euros) remained stable in 4th, 5th and 6th place.
At the top 100 level, NielsenIQ points out that in the first half of 2022, sixteen references from 2021 left the ranking.In addition, the turnover of half of the references of the 100 best-selling products in France fell by an average of 2.6%.probable consequence of inflation.