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Mallow & Marsh bars roll into Sainsbury's stores Subscription

31 Jul 2015 | By Simon Gwynn

Confectionery brand Mallow & Marsh is launching marshmallow bars into 250 Sainsbury’s stores…

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Sainsbury's sells pharmacy business for £125m

29 Jul 2015 | By Michelle Perrett

Sainsbury’s has agreed to sell its pharmacy business to Celesio AG, the owner of Lloyds Pharmacy for £125m.

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Sainsbury's is second largest grocery retailer again as Co-op achieves growth

28 Jul 2015 | By Michelle Perrett

Overall sales and shopper numbers also up, with prices now down 1.6%

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Sainsbury's rolls out kids frozen meal range to 320 stores

21 Jul 2015 | By Simon Gwynn

“Kiddyum had an innovative product and well thought-out business plan,” said Sainsbury’s business unit director James Bailey

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Sainsbury's wins Bristol Rovers court case

14 Jul 2015 | By Michelle Perrett

The supermarket had agreed to purchase Rovers’ stadium in 2011 and lease it to the football club while its new stadium was built, but pulled out

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Morrisons and discounters grow in latest market share figures

30 Jun 2015 | By Andrew Don

Aldi and Lidl reach new highs as David Potts looks to be righting the ship

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Sainsbury's Helen Buck departs for Palmer & Harvey

25 Jun 2015 | By Fiona McLelland

The supermarket’s business development director had been on the board since 2010 

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RSPCA Assured scheme plans 200% certification hike

19 Jun 2015 | By Kevin White

The RSPCA’s Freedom Food animal welfare scheme is targeting a 200% increase in the amount of products certified…

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Senior grocery figures named in Queen's Birthday Honours

16 Jun 2015 | By Andrew Don

Three high profile food industry figures have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

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Mike Coupe acquitted of Egyptian charges

11 Jun 2015 | By Gavin Cleaver

The Sainsbury’s chief executive will no longer face a two-year prison sentence

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Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe sees better times ahead Subscription

10 Jun 2015 | By Edward Devlin

Sainsbury’s CEO Mike Coupe has speculated that its 2.1% first quarter like-for-like sales decline could signal the “low point of the cycle” as deflation eases and volumes return.

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Sainsbury's blames deflation for marked Q1 decline

10 Jun 2015 | By Andrew Don

After a 3.7% decline, Mike Coupe said volume and transactions continued to grow on the back of “improved value and further investments in quality”

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Sainsbury's reveals 'Safe Chicken' campylobacter plan Subscription

06 Jun 2015 | By Kevin White

Sainsbury’s has pledged its ongoing commitment to tackling campylobacter by publicising a ‘Safe Chicken Strategy’…

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Sainsbury's sends out Nectar vouchers after Charlton DC fire Subscription

05 Jun 2015 | By Megan Tatum

Sainsbury’s has compensated over 100,000 customers after a fire at its South East London depot affected deliveries

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Sainsbury's directors miss out on bonus payment Subscription

05 Jun 2015 | By Andrew Don

Sainsbury’s said this was the result of “tough market conditions”, which had affected overall performance

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Sainsbury's denies harming Antarctic by selling krill pills Subscription

21 May 2015 | By Kevin White

Campaign group Sum of Us claims Sainsbury’s is “supporting the plunder of the Antarctic” by stocking krill oil pills

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Sainsbury's backs British with new in-store messages Subscription

21 May 2015 | By Kevin White

Sainsbury’s has introduced new in-store messages to demonstrate its support for British growers and producers…

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Sainsbury's transfers to Western Union

20 May 2015 | By Andrew Don

Sainsbury’s said the new relationship was part of Sainsbury’s Bank’s strategy to offer customers a compelling reason to bank and shop at its stores

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Fire engulfs Sainsbury's Thameside distribution centre

19 May 2015 | By Beth Brooks

The fire damaged part of the 250,000 sq ft distribution centre, and destroyed six lorries.

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Sainsbury's convenience sales up 16% despite HQ consolidation Subscription

08 May 2015 | By Beth Brooks

Unveiling its full-year results this week, Sainsbury’s said its convenience estate chalked up growth of over 16%, with sales of £2.1bn

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Sainsbury's posts first loss in a decade

06 May 2015 | By Beth Brooks

The retailer fell to a pre-tax loss of £72m in the year to 14 March 2015, versus profit of £898m the year before

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Sainsbury's results: what the analysts say

06 May 2015 | By Beth Brooks

Reactions to Sainsbury’s first loss in a decade

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Media bites 6 May: Sainsbury's, Tesco, M&S Subscription

06 May 2015 | By Alec Mattinson

sainsThe media examines Sainsbury’s first annual loss for a decade and the latest board departures at Tesco.

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City snapshot: Sainsbury's falls to first loss in a decade Subscription

06 May 2015 | By Alec Mattinson

Sainsbury’s (SBRY) has recorded its first annual loss in a decade after property writedowns and other one-off charges took their toll. Plus Poundland presses ahead with 99p Stores bid, Finsbury Food Group acquires Johnstone’s Just Desserts and all the latest from the City.

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Sainsbury's notches first service G33 win of the year Subscription

10 Jul 2015 | By Michelle Perrett

Given this was an early Saturday morning shop, availability was surprisingly poor among the top five supermarket chains

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Snacking box brand Graze launches major push into retail

10 Jul 2015 | By Vince Bamford

Online snack business Graze is expanding into retail with a roll-out into 850 Sainsbury’s stores.

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Living wage dominates Sainsbury's AGM Subscription

08 Jul 2015 | By Edward Devlin

No sooner had Mike Coupe said there was no way he could commit to a living wage at Sainsbury’s by next year’s AGM than George Osborne announced a new compulsory national pay scale for everybody over the age of 25.

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Milk prices for one and two pints cut by Sainsbury's and Tesco Subscription

03 Jul 2015 | By Julia Glotz

Aggressive price competition on four-pint bottles of milk has been a staple of the supermarket milk price war for years…

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Food waste study: the perfect base for a joined-up approach Subscription

19 Jun 2015 | By Ian Quinn

Baroness Scott tells The Grocer she is “staggered” at how food waste has captured the public imagination…

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Grocer Gold 2015 Store Manager of the Year Richard Perry Subscription

18 Jun 2015 | By James Halliwell

Sainsbury’s Richard Perry on “the highlight of my career”: winning the Grocer Gold 2015 Store Manager of the Year

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Sainsbury's results: What the analysts say Subscription

10 Jun 2015

The industry has its say on this morning’s Sainsbury’s financials

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Sainsbury's Salford wins G33 service & availability battle Subscription

05 Jun 2015 | By Michelle Perrett

Availability issues continue to plague the major multiples and this shop – on a Sunday lunchtime – was no exception

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Matthew Kershaw, Sainsbury's Salford: G33 store of the week Subscription

05 Jun 2015 | By Michelle Perrett

”It is about standards and service”

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Sainsbury's wins high-scoring Grocer 33 fight Subscription

14 May 2015 | By Helen Gilbert

A score of 70 or above across the board is rare, yet this week all stores performed exceptionally

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Sainsbury's was taking action even before losses were announced Subscription

06 May 2015 | By Beth Brooks

While the market continues to be brutal, Sainsbury’s has the potential to be the least affected of the big four

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Egyptian situation needn't slow down Coupe's Sainsbury's work Subscription

30 Apr 2015 | By James Halliwell

With a watertight alibi, it’s difficult to see the Egyptian prosecutions of Coupe and King being anything other than an embarrassing distraction

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