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Tesco, Waitrose and M&S linked to illegal fees for workers

Farm workers supplying Tesco, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer have exploited by recruitment agents under the seasonal worker visa scheme.
John Lewis and Waitrose have reported a surge in certain product sales in the last month as people get prepared for next week’s Jubilee celebrations.

Waitrose and John Lewis sales surge ahead of Jubilee weekend

John Lewis and Waitrose report a surge in product sales as people increasingly get prepared for next week’s Jubilee celebrations.
Footfall on London’s Oxford Street is still 52% lower than pre-pandemic levels, new analysis suggests

Oxford Street footfall down 52% on pre-pandemic levels

Footfall on London’s Oxford Street is still 52% lower than its pre-pandemic levels, making it the worst hit high street across the UK.
In The Style

In The Style raises £500k for The Bowelbabe Fund in one week

In The Style has raised £500,000 for The Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK in just one week.
Asda

Asda sales plunge as chairman laments government’s cost-of-living response

Asda has seen its first-quarter sales decline against strong like-for-like comparables thanks to the squeeze from the cost-of-living.
Majestic Wine

Majestic Wine expects record wine sales ahead of Jubilee

Majestic Wine said it expects the UK to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend with 114 glasses of sparkling wine per minute.
TM Lewin

TM Lewin relaunches website after rescue deal and hints at more flagship stores

TM Lewin has relaunched its website just six weeks after being bought in a rescue deal.
Co-op Food chief executive Jo Whitfield

Co-op Food boss: ‘Government must protect food security and provide cost-of-living help’

The Co-op Food boss Jo Whitfield has urged the government to do more to protect national food security and to provide more support to the grocery industry as it grapples with quelling price rises for consumers.
John Lewis

John Lewis signs new deal with kidswear rental platform

John Lewis has launched a capsule collection of baby and childrenswear which are available to rent from a kidswear rental platform.
HFSS promotions

HFSS: Should grocers follow Tesco and Sainsbury’s and ban the BOGOF?

Following news that the UK government is delaying the restrictions on multibuy deals on foods high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS), Tesco and Sainsbury’s are the only Big Four grocers to begin HFSS restructuring ahead of enforcement.

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HFSS: Should grocers follow Tesco and Sainsbury’s and ban the BOGOF?

Following news that the UK government is delaying the restrictions on multibuy deals on foods high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS), Tesco and Sainsbury’s are the only Big Four grocers to begin HFSS restructuring ahead of enforcement.

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HFSS: Should grocers follow Tesco and Sainsbury’s and ban the BOGOF?

Following news that the UK government is delaying the restrictions on multibuy deals on foods high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS), Tesco and Sainsbury’s are the only Big Four grocers to begin HFSS restructuring ahead of enforcement.

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How improving product pages helps brands thrive on Amazon

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