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At Arla, our farmers are the beating heart of our business. One in four British dairy farmers, totalling 3,000…
Consumers seem increasingly dissatisfied with the loyalty card system. So should supermarkets be investing in price instead?
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As Tesco grapples with the fallout from its discovery of a £250m hole in its accounts, we chart the progress of the story so far.
After months of twists and turns, Chiquita shareholders today delivered a fatal blow to its merger plans with Fyffes to create the world’s largest banana supplier.
I don’t think I’ve had a bad interview, to be honest. I always liked preparing and tried to impress…
The winners of The Grocer’s 2014 New Product Awards have been announced.
Coffee pods are steaming ahead, while green teas and fruit-flavoured teas are hotting up, leaving standard tea to go cold. The latest in our series of digital features…
How do you view the decision to allow the industry to market lower-abv drinks?
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