Aldi plastic waste plastic packaging Giles Hurley

Aldi pledges to scrap over 2 billion plastic items

Aldi has pledged to remove over two billion single items of plastic as it aims to cut down on plastic packaging.
Aldi commits to never selling chlorinated chicken & hormone-injected beef

Aldi commits to never selling chlorinated chicken & hormone-injected beef

Aldi has made a pledge to stop selling chlorinated chicken and hormone-injected beef across its UK stores.
1000 high street jobs at risk as Pret a Manger shuts down 30 stores

1000 high street jobs at risk as Pret a Manger shuts down 30 stores

Pret a Manger is to permanently shut 30 of its stores after footfall was hammered by the coronavirus lockdown.
Ocado is relaunching its app months after being forced to shut it down and turn away new customers as it was pushed to breaking point.

M&S shoppers hoping to buy online with Ocado could be shut out over “very...

Marks & Spencer’s landmark tie-up with Ocado will have “very limited” space for any new customers to purchase its goods online.
Morrisons Jeremy Townsend Andrew Higginson

Morrisons brings new non-executive director on board

Morrisons has appointed Jeremy Townsend as a non-executive director with immediate effect.
Lidl Chartered Accountants Ireland Grant Thornton

Lidl seeks review of “skewed” survey which found Aldi was cheaper

Lidl has reportedly taken a judicial review against Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) after the regulatory body did not..
Tesco suppliers discount

Tesco demands “offensive” discounts from suppliers

Tesco has reportedly demanded “offensive” discounts from its suppliers in a move which is expected to trigger a price war.
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M&S welcomes two new board members

M&S has appointed two new board members as it announced further changes to its business at its AGM on Friday.
Sainsbury's Mike Coupe Martin Scicluna Simon Roberts

Sainsbury’s chair defends ex-CEO Mike Coupe’s leadership

Sainsbury's chairman Martin Scicluna has defended the six-year tenure of former chief executive Mike Coupe after an investor..
More than 1/3 of customers stung by price-gouging on essential items

More than 1/3 of customers stung by price-gouging on essential items

More than a third of shoppers have been forced to pay sky-high prices for essential hygiene and medical products.

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Welcome Back Your Customers Through Best Practices & Robotics The recent health crisis has prioritized cleaning efficacy in retail environments around the globe. But what...