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For the average non-affiliated independent shop the turnover is expected to rise 2 per cent to £6,454. Combining the two estimates gives you a proxy for the average independent local store of £10,213, up 5.9 percent.
The IGD estimates show that both forecourts and co-operative outlets are losing market share in the £32.4 billion market. While multiples are increasing share by 8.1 per cent, symbol groups still top the chart with 9.2 per cent growth.
The independent sector grew sales by £953 million – in cash terms two-and-a-half times more than the c-stores owned by multiple grocers.
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