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Improved weather helped drive sales of fresh produce during a better month for the UK grocery trade. Year-on-year growth across the supermarkets for the four weeks to 6 August stood at 3.7%, according to data from Nielsen.
Businesses of all sizes across the food trade have been urged to take on the government s Red Tape Challenge. The Food Drink Federation has called on members to take part in the coalition s drive to free industry from unnecessary or burdensome regulations.
Shoppers are trading up to more expensive items of clothing in supermarkets and moving away from throwaway cheap fashion.
Value sales of clothing rose 8% in the 24 weeks to 16 August while volume fell 1%, according to the latest available...
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Overall food and drink exports from the UK were down 4.4% to £12.3bn
Chichester Crown Court heard that contractor Bradley Watts was lagging pipes in the loft space of the company’s Chichester site when he was electrocuted in June
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