Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Cashback without purchase to be allowed by shops after post-Brexit law change

Cashback without purchase to be allowed by shops after post-Brexit law change

Corner shops, pubs and cafes will soon be able to offer cashback without people having to make a purchase first.
Extra costs when buying from EU retailers should be clearer, says Which?

Extra costs when buying from EU retailers should be clearer, says Which?

The add-on costs when buying goods from EU-based retailers should be made clearer so that shoppers are not hit with surprise fees or (...)
ONS online shopping Department for International Trade

UK retailers urged to check exporting rules under free EU trade deal

New research has found that demand for online shopping has grown since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, with 36 per cent of UK retail sales made online in January this year.
Gov't announces 4 new regional trade hubs to boost post-Covid recovery

Gov’t announces 4 new regional trade hubs to boost post-Covid recovery

The government is set to open four new regional trade and investment hubs aimed at helping small and local businesses - including (...)
‘Made in Britain’ branded items could see British exporters rake in an extra £3.5 billion a year as new research reveals international customers are still willing to pay a premium for them.

39% of international shoppers would pay a premium for British-made goods

‘Made in Britain’ branded items could see British exporters rake in an extra £3.5 billion a year as new research reveals international customers are still willing to pay a premium for them.
Maroš Šefčovič government brexit

British ministers under fire for breaching international law, EU says

The British government has been accused of breaching international law by the European Union, as it made a move to extend the grace period for Irish border checks.
Small retailers not clear about new rules to post goods to the EU – report

Small retailers not clear about new rules to post goods to the EU –...

Two out of five small businesses are not clear about new rules for posting goods to the EU since the start of the year (...)
Northern Ireland protocol checks "could be overwhelmed when supermarket exemption ends"

Northern Ireland protocol checks “could be overwhelmed when supermarket exemption ends”

Irish Sea checking process in Northern Ireland could be overwhelmed by added bureaucracy when a grace period (...)
Supply chain managers warn of delays getting goods into the UK

Ongoing post-Brexit delays prompts warning on stock shortages & price rises

Delays getting goods into the UK since Brexit was finalised at the start of the year will result in stock shortages for retailers (...)
Morrisons slashes price on pork products to help farmers amid EU export collapse

Morrisons slashes price on pork products to help farmers amid EU export collapse

Morrisons is reducing the price of its cuts of pork, gammon, sausages and bacon to help British pig farmers who have (...)

Feature Resource

Supermarket Report: COVID-19 & Operational Shifts in Europe

The pandemic is reshaping the grocery retail landscape. Our Supermarket Report delivers key insights on evolving consumer behaviours and looks into sustainable solutions to...