Walmart, Kroger, Costco and Albertsons and rank among the top 10 retailers in the U.S. for 2018 sales, according to Kantar Consulting.
The leader by a vast margin is Walmart, which has racked up more than $385 billion this year.
Amazon, which owns Whole Foods Market but for which grocery still represents a small part of the business, followed at more than $125 billion.
Kroger came in third at nearly $123 billion.
Costco sales were listed at $101 billion — with 25% of sales outside the U.S. — with Albertsons bringing in $60.3 billion.
Beyond the top 10 in revenue were the following grocers:
- Ahold Delhaize — $43.5 billion (41% outside the U.S.)
- Publix — $36.8 billion
- Aldi — $30.9 billion (71% outside the U.S.)
- H-E-B — $23.4 billion
- Meijer — $17.7 billion
- Wakefern — $16.6 billion
- Hy-Vee — $10.1 billion
- Southeastern Grocers — $9.5 billion
- Giant Eagle — $9.1 billion
- Wegmans — $9.1 billion
- WinCo Foods — $7.7 billion
Kantar Consulting also included 2023 forecast outlook ratings for each of the companies on the list.
Companies with a neutral outlook included Walmart, Amazon, Kroger, Costco and Publix.
Listed as trending up over the long term were Aldi, H-E-B and Hy-Vee.
Marked as expected to decline on the list in coming years were Albertsons, Ahold Delhaize, Meijer, Wakefern, Southeastern Grocers, Giant Eagle, Wegmans and WinCo Foods