Carrefour ends 2023 on a high note and aims to lease-operate 30% of hypermarkets

Carrefour has published a positive balance sheet for 2023, boosted by external growth in Brazil and in Europe. In France, the strategy of switching to franchising and leasing contracts has improved margins. E-commerce, which generates 6.2% of sales, continues to grow, but remains far from the €10 billion target for 2026.

Through Morgane Monteiro, Sophie Baqué. Published on 04 March 2024 à 17h30 - Update on 06 March 2024 à 10h18

In 2023, Carrefour announced a turnover of € 84.91 billion (up by 10.4% on a comparable basis at constant exchange rates, after a rise of 8.5% last year). 36% of sales came from private labels (up 3% in a year), driven by inflation and an expanding store base, as seen in 2022. This is an increase of 4% to 14,930 units, after a rise of 5.8% in 2022. E-commerce generated 6.2% of sales,…