- Cash and carry group Booker sells its Chef's Larder catering range and a small quantity of Happy Shopper products to Europe, the Middle East and the Falkland Islands. A spokesman says: "There are particular opportunities for supplying Chef's Larder products to expat communities and catering suppliers overseas, and future plans for exporting Booker own label are being explored as part of the current Iceland group strategy review" - Iceland has franchised stores in Spain and sells to retailers in Malta, Gibralter and Cyprus - Nisa-Today's has an export division selling to 50 markets with a large tourist and expat population, with Spain being the biggest region. Turnover in the export business is between £1.5m and £2m a year - Safeway says export sales is not a "serious activity". But it sells a mixture of toiletries and grocery, primarily to retailers in the Middle East where its brand is recognised by British and American people. It also exports to Cyprus and Jamaica - Tesco says it is scaling back its export sales since its expansion overseas really started to take off - Waitrose sells a range of ambient groceries to retailers around the world ­ from the Isle of Man to Japan {{COVER FEATURE }}