Thursday, September 23, 2021
M&S

M&S Food to pay small suppliers within one week from October

Marks & Spencer has revealed plans to begin paying all of its small food suppliers within seven days from next month.
Iceland

Iceland warns of UK food supply shortage before Christmas

Iceland has reportedly warned that UK food supplies will be under threat long before Christmas and could start affecting stocks if carbon dioxide shortages continue.
Asda has introduced its first refill store in Scotland featuring an extensive range of branded and own-brand products sold in loose format.

Asda launches first refill store in Scotland

Asda has introduced its first refill store in Scotland featuring an extensive range of branded and own-brand products sold in loose format.
Morrisons pledges to become the first supermarket to remove plastic bags from all of the bananas sold in its stores.

Morrisons becomes first supermarket to ban plastic packaging from all bananas

Morrisons pledges to become the first supermarket to remove plastic bags from all of the bananas sold in its stores.
Asda billionaires set to sell off Australian petrol stations

Asda billionaires set to sell off Australian petrol stations

Asda owners Mohsin and Zuber Issa are expected to sell hundreds of Australian sites as the first step in breaking up their forecourt empire.
Efforts to reduce plastic grocery packaging harmed by Covid, industry experts claim

Efforts to reduce plastic grocery packaging harmed by Covid, industry experts claim

The pandemic has “knocked back” efforts to reduce plastic food packaging, retailers and recycling charities have said.
Morrisons

Morrisons to begin selling to restaurants, pubs and hotels

Morrisons is reportedly set to start selling to pubs, restaurants and hotels in an effort to expand its wholesale business.
Tesco lorry drivers and warehouse workers reject pay offer, union reveals

Tesco lorry drivers and warehouse workers reject pay offer, union reveals

Tesco’s lorry drivers and warehouse workers at four distribution centres have rejected a pay offer, their union has announced.
‘Low cost every day’: Through the doors of the ‘Russian Lidl’

‘Low cost every day’: Through the doors of the ‘Russian Lidl’

For all the media buzz surrounding the new discounter, Mere seems to come out of nowhere. One moment you’re travelling through Ribbleton, a suburb of Preston, past a well-kempt graveyard and red-brick houses, before the “Russian Lidl” appears at the end of a modest parade.

Feature Resource

Retail Gazette Report: Countdown to 2023

Earlier this year, Google announced that it was delaying its plans to phase out third-party cookies from its Chrome browser, granting a much-discussed extension...