Aldi and Lidl reach new highs as David Potts looks to be righting the ship
The supermarket’s business development director had been on the board since 2010
The RSPCA’s Freedom Food animal welfare scheme is targeting a 200% increase in the amount of products certified…
Three high profile food industry figures have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
The Sainsbury’s chief executive will no longer face a two-year prison sentence
Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe sees better times ahead Subscription
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.
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”
Sainsbury’s has pledged its ongoing commitment to tackling campylobacter by publicising a ‘Safe Chicken Strategy’…
Sainsbury’s has compensated over 100,000 customers after a fire at its South East London depot affected deliveries
Sainsbury's directors miss out on bonus payment Subscription
Sainsbury’s said this was the result of “tough market conditions”, which had affected overall performance
Campaign group Sum of Us claims Sainsbury’s is “supporting the plunder of the Antarctic” by stocking krill oil pills
Sainsbury's backs British with new in-store messages Subscription
Sainsbury’s has introduced new in-store messages to demonstrate its support for British growers and producers…
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
The fire damaged part of the 250,000 sq ft distribution centre, and destroyed six lorries.
Unveiling its full-year results this week, Sainsbury’s said its convenience estate chalked up growth of over 16%, with sales of £2.1bn
The retailer fell to a pre-tax loss of £72m in the year to 14 March 2015, versus profit of £898m the year before
Reactions to Sainsbury’s first loss in a decade
Media bites 6 May: Sainsbury's, Tesco, M&S Subscription
sainsThe media examines Sainsbury’s first annual loss for a decade and the latest board departures at Tesco.
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.
The new system would factor in each store’s equipment, space and sales to create tailored planograms so there was more space for the products customers wanted
The rollout comes after The Grocer broke the news in January that the chain was testing the technology in its Buckingham Local outlet
The former Sainsbury’s CEO was convicted last year, claims the Times, and although the conviction was overturned it is understood the Egyptians are appealing the acquittal
The supermarket giant said today that Coupe, who vehemently denies the charges against him, had been left with no option but to attend an appeal hearing on Sunday
The major story this morning is The Times’ scoop that Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe has been sentenced to two years in jail by an Egyptian court.
Aggressive price competition on four-pint bottles of milk has been a staple of the supermarket milk price war for years…
Baroness Scott tells The Grocer she is “staggered” at how food waste has captured the public imagination…
Sainsbury’s Richard Perry on “the highlight of my career”: winning the Grocer Gold 2015 Store Manager of the Year
Sainsbury's results: What the analysts say Subscription
The industry has its say on this morning’s Sainsbury’s financials
Availability issues continue to plague the major multiples and this shop – on a Sunday lunchtime – was no exception
”It is about standards and service”
Sainsbury's wins high-scoring Grocer 33 fight Subscription
A score of 70 or above across the board is rare, yet this week all stores performed exceptionally
While the market continues to be brutal, Sainsbury’s has the potential to be the least affected of the big four
With a watertight alibi, it’s difficult to see the Egyptian prosecutions of Coupe and King being anything other than an embarrassing distraction
The question over Sainsbury’s announcement today is not so much why is it doing it, but why didn’t it do it sooner?
The Grocer Says: Sainsbury's beats forecasts but a return to growth remains a distant prospect Subscription
Sainsbury’s share were up by 5.5% from their Friday close price early this morning after its fourth quarter like-for-like sales defied doom-mongering forecasts.
Asda wins as Sainsbury's jumps into second place Subscription
So far this year, Asda has been the cheapest of the traditional retailers every week…