What’s in your shopping list?
What’s on your shopping bag?
We asked some of Australia’s biggest supermarkets and food brands to share their top-sellers and sellers.
Read more about our exclusive food shoppers survey.
TOP LISTING 1.
Walmart: The discount supermarket giant is a major seller of groceries in Australia.
Loblaw: The grocery chain has been a major buyer of meat and processed meats since the 1990s, but has been unable to break into the domestic grocery market.
Woolworths: The supermarket chain has long been a buyer of Australian produce and has grown into one of the country’s largest sellers of groceries.
Coles and Woolworth’s: The two biggest retailers in Australia, respectively, have been major buyers of Australian products since the early 2000s.
AAMI: The Australian Food and Veterinary Medicines Authority has long maintained its stance that animal testing is essential for determining the safety of Australian ingredients.
Woolf: The international supermarket chain is Australia’s largest seller of Australian meat, dairy and eggs, but it is also Australia’s fourth-largest seller of processed meats.
Colgate-Palmolive: The American cosmetics giant is Australia of the top-selling supermarket brands in the country, although it has yet to become a major player in the domestic supermarket market.
Woolies: The British retailer has been in the market for a few years now, but is currently only a third-party seller of products in Australia and is only allowed to offer Australian products as part of its international retail sales.
Hargreaves: The major supermarket chain in Australia is now a major retailer of packaged food, with the likes of Woolworth and Coles being major buyers.
Watsons: The retailer has long held the number one spot in Australia for selling food and groceries, with its Australian sales exceeding the UK, US and Europe.
TOP SALE IN YOUR MOMENT 2.
Whole Foods: The world’s largest grocery retailer has grown rapidly in recent years, selling over 100 million items last year, and is also a major supplier of food to a growing number of retailers across the country.
3: Coles: The biggest supermarket chain based in Australia has been an important buyer of groceries and processed meat since the 1980s, when it bought a majority stake in Woolworth.
4: Woolworth: The largest grocery chain in the world has grown significantly in recent times, with sales growing from more than $3 billion in 2014 to more than$10 billion in 2017.
5: Colgate: The second-biggest supermarket chain by sales in Australia sells more than 100 million products a year.
6: Hargrads: The UK-based grocery giant has been able to expand its footprint into Australia over the past decade, but its domestic market has yet a major presence.
7: Lidl: The US-based supermarket chain, which is Australia “s biggest buyer”, has been buying a majority share in Australian supermarket chains since 2014, and has continued to grow its presence.
8: Woolies Australia: The company has been the biggest supermarket in Australia since 2009, and remains a major customer for Australian grocery chains.
9: Colibri: The French-based chain has expanded its market in Australia to include other foodstuffs and packaged goods over the last few years, with it now one of Australia ‘s largest sellers.
10: Hormel: The meat processor and maker of meat products is Australia ‘ s largest food buyer, and it has grown to become the fourth-bigger seller of foods in the Australian market, with annual sales of over $10 billion.
TOP SHOPPING LISTING In some cases, a supermarket can be an even bigger player in Australia than its competitors, and you may be able to find deals that have been missed on some of these top retailers.
Check out our top sellers in each category and see if you can find a deal.