Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Tesco Greenpeace

Tesco pledges to make clothes chemical-free

Tesco has become the latest retailer to commit to removing chemicals thought to be hazardous from the supply chain of its clothing brand.
Burberry Leeds

Burberry places Leeds factory plans on hold

Burberry has shelved plans for its new £50 million manufacturing site in Leeds, but promised it was still committed the area.
Fairtrade

Sainsbury’s own fairtrade label “sets a concerning precedent” say MPs

MP’s have piled pressure onto Sainsbury’s to continue to back the 25-year-old Fairtrade campaign, after the grocer’s own “Fairly Traded” initiative threatens its future.
Horsemeat

2012 horsemeat scandal laid bare for the first time

The 2012 horsemeat scandal which saw major retailers unwittingly sell horsemeat advertised as beef has been laid bare for the first time as a UK businessman faces trial.
Booker

Booker posts “outstanding” figures ahead of AGM

The convenience supply giant Booker has posted an “outstanding” performance during its first quarter, as it begins important discussions over its future in its annual general meeting (AGM)
asda

Asda reduces payment terms from 90 days to 14 for many suppliers

Asda is set to reduce the payment terms to 14 days for over 1000 small suppliers as it aims to improve relationships with its supply base.
Sainsbury's

Sainsbury’s could make bid for key Tesco supplier

Sainsbury’s is reportedly considering a takeover bid of Palmer & Henry (P&H), a key player in Tesco’s supply chain.
Retail warehouse vacancy rates have dropped to their lowest rate in 20 years.

Transline saved by Russell Taylor Group

Transline has been rescued from administration by Russell Taylor Holdings Ltd, saving 5,560 jobs and preventing the company from plunging into liquidation.
Argos

1400 Argos workers stage two-week strike

Workers at Argos warehouses across the country are to stage a two-week strike as disputes rage over job security terms, effecting a raft of deliveries.

ASOS cuts ties controversial employment agency Transline

Online fashion giant ASOS has followed Amazon's example by terminating its contract with controversial employment agency Transline. The agency, which was embroiled in the controversy over pay and working...

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