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This statistic highlights Kroger’s Revenue Breakdown, split between Supermarket Fuel, Total sales to retail customers without fuel, and Other segments, on a quarterly basis from 2016 onwards.
Kroger Co. is one of the world’s top retailers in terms of annual sales. They also produce and process a portion of the food sold in their stores. They have a website (www.thekrogerco.com) where customers can get the Kroger Fact Book and other information about the company.
Kroger’s Revenue Breakdown
|Segment||Revenue in Q4 2019||Revenue in Q3 2020||Revenue in Q4 2020||Revenue Share in Q4 2020|
|Total sales to retail customers without fuel||$25.72||$27.18||$28.29||92.0%|
(All figures in billions, except percentages)
Kroger’s revenues and cash flow are produced primarily via the sale of consumer goods to customers in stores, gas stations, and through its online platforms. They make money by selling items at prices that generate revenue that exceeds the costs of making these products available to customers.
Kroger’s total revenue grew from $28.89 billion in Q4 2019 to $30.74 billion in Q4 2020, marking a 6.4% increase on a year-on-year basis. It also increased by 3.4% compared to $29.72 billion earned in Q3 2020.
Kroger’s revenue is further bifurcated into the following segments:
Kroger’s revenue from Supermarket Fuel declined from $3.01 billion in Q4 2019 to $2.20 billion in Q4 2020, down by 26.8% on a year-on-year basis. The drop is largely attributable to a 17.5 % in gasoline gallons sold and an 18.2 % fall in the average retail fuel price. The drop in gasoline gallons sold was consistent with the national trend, which was caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The drop in the average retail fuel price was caused by a drop in the cost of fuel. It also fell by 4.5% compared to $2.31 billion in Q3 2020. Supermarket Fuel contributed to 7.2% of Kroger’s revenue in Q4 2020.
Total sales to retail customers without fuel
Total sales to retail customers without fuel includes Digital sales, primarily including Pickup, Delivery, Ship, and pharmacy e-commerce sales.
Kroger’s Total sales to retail customers without fuel segment revenue increased from $25.72 billion in Q4 2019 to $28.29 billion in Q4 2020, up by 10% on a year-on-year basis. The substantial increase in similar sales, excluding fuel, was caused by extraordinary demand as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, digital sales growth, and market share gain. Market share gain led to an identical sales rise, excluding fuel, as sales surpassed the food retail industry’s overall growth in 2020. It also increased by 4.1% compared to $27.18 billion earned in Q3 2020. This segment accounted for 92% of the company’s total revenue in Q4 2020.
Other revenues are largely related to external sales at food manufacturing plants, data analytics services, and third-party media income.
Kroger’s revenue from the Other segment grew from $0.16 billion in Q4 2019 to $0.25 billion in Q4 2020, marking a 50% increase on a year-on-year basis. This was a result of increased third-party media income, slightly offset by lower revenue as a result of the sale of Turkey Hill Dairy and You Technology in the first quarter of 2019. It also witnessed a 4.7% increase compared to $0.25 billion in Q3 2020. The Other segment contributed to 0.8% of the company’s total revenue.
The Kroger Company is an American retail company founded in 1883 by Bernard Kroger. It is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. Kroger held 23rd rank on the Fortune 500 list of the top businesses in the United States by total revenue, as of 2020. Its common stocks are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol ‘KR’ and are a component of the S&P 500. Kroger employs more than 453,000 employees worldwide.
Kroger operates, either directly or through its subsidiaries, 2,732 supermarkets, and multi-department stores, Kroger-branded grocery stores can be found across the Midwest and South of the United States. Kroger owns and operates 35 food processing or manufacturing plants, 1,603 supermarket fuel stations, 2,254 pharmacies, and 224 The Little Clinic in-store medical clinics. Amazon, Dollar General, Rite Aid, Target, Walmart, Costco, Sprouts Farmers Markets, Publix, and Albertsons are among Kroger’s main competitors.
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