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X5 Retail Group

X5 Retail Group is among the largest food retail operators in Russia, with over 16,000 stores in seven federal districts. The company operates across three retail divisions: Pyaterochka proximity stores for daily shopping; Perekrestok fresh product supermarkets; and Karusel food and household goods stores. As of 2019, the company worked with over 5,900 suppliers to meet its consumer demand. Products are then processed in the company's 42 distribution centres and distributed to its stores and supermarkets. X5 Retail Group's other business lines include online supermarkets and delivery services for non-food e-commerce retailers.

Ranking position
#144 /350
Total score
21.1 /100
Measurement area Score (0-100) Rank (0-350)

Governance and strategy

#1 58.0 /100 #56


#1 14.7 /100 #207


#1 8.3 /100 #173

Social inclusion

#1 28.0 /100 #85
Indicates the score for the top performing company.
Food and beverage manufacturers/processors #99
Food retailers #32

Segment ranking summary

X5 Retail Group ranks 32nd among food retailers and 99th in the food and beverage manufacturers/processors segment. The positions reflect the company’s performance in the benchmark more broadly, whereby it has provided disclosure on some topics, however it is not in the top grouping relative to its peers yet. In nutrition, the company ranks in the bottom grouping of companies in both segments due to limited disclosure across all indicators. Similarly, X5 retail group does not report on key environmental issues relevant to its segments, such as tackling deforestation in its supply chain and water use, compared to its peers who have already started providing disclosure on these topics. Nonetheless, the company’s governance and strategy disclosure see’s the company rank in the top 20 among food retailers, highlighting the company is in a position to translate its overall sustainability strategy into practice across the other measurement areas.

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Core social indicators

The core social indicators are part of the social inclusion measurement area. These indicators assess societal expectations of business conduct that companies should meet if they aspire to be part of a system transformation that leaves no one behind.

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  1. 2023

More about the company

Moscow, Russia
Food and agriculture revenue USD
Group revenue USD
Onwnership structure
Publicly listed
Number of employees

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