Ian covers Tesco and Asda among the major retailers, as well as suppliers including Unilever, P&G and Coca Cola. He's also our go-to guy for all issues related to health.
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Rising alcohol prices have been credited with causing a sharp drop in the number of people injured in serious violence across England and Wales.
Tesco ramped up its price offensive today as it cut the cost of more than 30 products on everyday lines, including breakfast items such as bacon, baked beans and bread.
The government has dropped plans for a clampdown on the promotion of products high in fat, salt or sugar in stores…
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Recent blog posts
The scourge of binge drinking facing the nation may be less of a crisis than the government and health campaigners had led us to believe.
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After all the excitement of the Budget last week, it was time for the alcohol industry to get back in the dock.
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