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Price cuts drive Sainsbury's into annual price deflation Subscription

05 Apr 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

The GPI shows Sainsbury’s as the first supermarket to record a year-on-year price drop for over 12 months

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UK inflation falls to 2.5% but food inflation edges back upwards Subscription

18 Apr 2018 | By Henry Saker-Clark

UK inflation has fallen to its lowest rate in a year, though food price inflation edged up to a new high of 3.1%, according to the Office of National Statistics.

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UK inflation falls to 2.5% but food inflation edges back upwards Subscription

18 Apr 2018 | By Henry Saker-Clark

UK inflation has fallen to its lowest rate in a year, though food price inflation edged up to a new high of 3.1%, according to the Office of National Statistics.

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Retailers suffer worst drop in footfall since 2010 Subscription

16 Apr 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Footfall was down 6% year on year in March, with the high street seeing an 8.6% drop

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Scottish retailers 'hardest hit' with store closures Subscription

11 Apr 2018 | By Emily Bright

PwC research compiled by the Local Data Company showed almost 300 high street retail closures in Scotland

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Food sales jump drives 1.4% retail sales growth in March Subscription

10 Apr 2018 | By Andrew Don

The latest BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor shows UK retail sales increased by 1.4% in March on a like-for-like basis, driven by a 4.2% jump in like-for-like food sales.

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Europe-wide grocery spend surges as inflation bites Subscription

03 Apr 2018 | By Andrew Don

The amount Europeans spent on groceries climbed 4.4% in the final quarter of 2017 – the highest rise since early 2012, Nielsen’s latest retail performance data reveals.

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UK retail sales return to growth in February Subscription

22 Mar 2018 | By Andrew Don

The rising cost of goods boosted retail sales in February according to the Office of National Statistics, with value sales growth significantly outpacing volume increases in purchases compared with the previous month.

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Panic-buying shoppers empty shelves over weekend

19 Mar 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

Stores along a 19-mile stretch between Hayle and Truro in Cornwall sold out of bread, eggs, vegetables and milk

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Government drops plan to scrap copper coins Subscription

16 Mar 2018 | By Emily Bright

Newspapers raised concerns about the impact on charities and the elderly

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City snapshot: Retail footfall falls again in February Subscription

12 Mar 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Retail footfall declined by 0.5% in February according to the latest BRC – Springboard footfall and vacancies monitor, though this latest decline marked an improvement on recent falls in shopper numbers. Plus, consumer spending made its weakest start to the year since 2012 and all the rest of the latest news from the City.

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City snapshot: Inflation gap between Tesco and rivals expands Subscription

09 Mar 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

The inflationary gap between Tesco and its big four rivals has reached a new high even as inflation across the big four supermarkets flattens. Conviviality shares hammered after shock profits warning, Yeo Valley profits hit by rising milk prices and all the rest of the latest news from the City.

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City snapshot: Strong February propels grocery sales up by 3.2% Subscription

06 Mar 2018 | By Peter Taberner

Grocery sales jumped by by 3.2% in the 12 weeks up to February 25, according to the latest grocery market share results from Kantar Worldpanel. Plus market share figures from Nielsen, sales surge at Just Eat but shares hit by surprise loss, PureCircle returns to growth and all the rest of the latest news from the City.

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Food growth drives 0.6% monthly increase in retail sales Subscription

06 Mar 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Retail sales were up 0.6% in February, according to the BRC/KPMG Retail Sales Monitor, with strong food sales wholly responsible for overall growth.

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Easing food price inflation deepens overall retail deflation Subscription

28 Feb 2018 | By Peter Taberner

Shop prices have eased in February, according to the latest British Retail Consortium and Nielsen Shop Price Index, as deflation increased to 0.8% amid easing food price inflation.

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Consumer spending power still on the wane, according to Asda Subscription

27 Feb 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Average spending power fell again in January to extend the squeeze on household incomes, according to the latest Asda Income Tracker.

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Food price inflation sees January volume sales fall Subscription

19 Feb 2018 | By Andrew Don

Volume growth for food fell for the sixth month in a row

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Autumn Budget 2017: the food & drink industry reacts Subscription

22 Nov 2017 | By The Grocer News Team

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced his Autumn Budget, unveiling an increase to the national living wage, an April switch to CPI for business rates - and a surprise freeze in beer duty. Here’s how key industry bodies and companies have reacted.

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Price inflation at mults hits highest level for five years Subscription

05 Oct 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The Grocer Price Index jumped from 2.4% to 2.9% in the month to 1 October

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Shrinkflation betrays consumer love for brands

05 Oct 2017

Sir, McVitie’s Jaffa Cakes is the latest in a growing list of brands succumbing to what’s now known as shrinkflation…

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10 takeaways for food and farming from the Conservative and Labour party conferences Subscription

04 Oct 2017 | By Julia Glotz

 As the Tory conference draws to a close, here is the Grocer’s take on events in Brighton and Manchester

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Settled grocery leaders could teach politicians a lesson

18 Aug 2017 | By Adam Leyland

“I got us into this mess, I’ll get us out of it.” Imagine that applied to grocery… 

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Tax is back on the agenda. Only this time with a third world spin Subscription

14 Jul 2017 | By Adam Leyland

Until Brexit, tax was one of the hottest issues in business. Starbucks, Mondelez, Google, Facebook, Amazon et al

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The Grocer's view on the General Election 2017

09 Jun 2017 | By Adam Leyland

Let us be absolutely clear Mrs May. There is no clarity right now. Only confusion …

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