Swedish ICA stores – March sales figures

| Source: ICA Gruppen AB
Sales in the Swedish ICA stores fell by 4.9% in March 2014 compared with the
corresponding month last year. In like-for-like stores the sales decrease was
5.3%. Easter is in April in 2014 compared with in March in 2013. Since Easter is
a key holiday in terms of sales, the calendar effect had a negative impact on
sales compared with the previous year.

             March                         Year-to-date
Store        SEKm   Change  Change         SEKm    Change      Change
sales,              all     like-for-like          all stores  like-for-like
excl. VAT           stores
Maxi ICA     2,439  -6.7%   -6.9%          6,998   -0.2%       -0.9%
ICA Kvantum  2,024  -3.9%   -5.3%          5,828   0.9%        -0.2%
ICA          2,600  -4.3%   -4.9%          7,490   -0.5%       -1.2%
ICA Nära     1,257  -4.0%   -3.0%          3,577   -1.2%       -0.1%
Total        8,321  -4.9%   -5.3%          23,893  -0.1%       -0.7%

In March 2014 sales in the Swedish ICA stores totalled SEK 8,321 million
excluding VAT, which is a decrease of 4.9% compared with the same period in the
previous year. Year-to-date sales total SEK 23,893 million which is marginally
lower, -0,1%, than 2013.

The calendar effect due to Easter is estimated to amount to approximately -6%
for March and
-1,3% for the year-to-date.

At 31 March 2014 the number of ICA stores in Sweden totalled 1,320. The number
of stores decreased by one (ICA Nära) during the month.

Store sales for April will be published on Friday, 9 May 2014 at 08.45 CET. To
see all publication dates in 2014, please visit ICA Gruppen’s website

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