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Deflation hits supermarket prices for first time in two years Subscription

09 Nov 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

The Grocer Price Index has found that supermarket prices are back in deflation for the first time in almost two years.

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Chancellor’s Budget plonks wine trade right in it Subscription

30 Oct 2018 | By Daniel Woolfson

Freezing duty for beer, (most) cider and spirits but not wine is hugely unfair and deeply damaging

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City snapshot: Chancellor to announce High Street rates relief Subscription

29 Oct 2018 | By Henry Saker-Clark

The Chancellor is set to attempt to ease the pressure high street retailers by cutting business rates bills by a third for almost half a million small high street shops, Patisserie Valerie is the centre of takeover bid and the rest of the City news

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Can the food & drink supply chain cope with rising costs? Subscription

19 Oct 2018 | By James Halliwell

Currency swings, supply shortages, mergers and Brexit are escalating commodity volatility

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City snapshot: Grocery sales cool off after record summer Subscription

16 Oct 2018 | By Henry Saker-Clark

Grocery sales have cooled off following record summer growth, as shoppers tightened their purse-strings ahead of the expensive Christmas season, British American Tobacco warn that earnings will fall 7%, and the rest of the news from the City

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City Snapshot: Supermarket price inflation slides to 0.1% Subscription

12 Oct 2018 | By Henry Saker-Clark

Price rises triggered by the post-Brexit fall in the pound have almost completely subsided as supermarket price inflation reached its lowest level for 20 months, Produce Investment’s falls to a £9.5m loss and the rest of the news from the City

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Supermarket price inflation at lowest level for 20 months Subscription

12 Oct 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

The Grocer Price Index edged back up to 0.1% in September but is still at its lowest level for months

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OC&C Top 150 2018: On the edge Subscription

28 Sep 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

No sooner has the industry’s growth engine finally spluttered into life, than suppliers find themselves hurtling towards a potential no-deal Brexit

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Glow of summer grocery sales boom begins to fade Subscription

18 Sep 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

The hot weather triggered a bumper summer for the grocers, but the latest market share data suggests spending has slowed in more recent weeks.

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Industry leaders call for 'urgent clarity' over exports plans Subscription

22 Aug 2018 | By Ian Quinn

The response comes to a new government export strategy that was unveiled this week

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Hot weather and branded growth boost supermarket sales by 3.5% Subscription

21 Aug 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Growth of branded products, which outstripped own-label sales for the first time since May 2015, helped grocery sales rise 3.5% over the 12 weeks to 12 August according to Kantar Worldpanel.

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Retail footfall falls in July but high street stabilises Subscription

13 Aug 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Retail footfall fell back another 0.8% in July as the hot weather hit shopper numbers, but the high street showed a modest recovery after numbers plunged last year.

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Supermarket price inflation drops to lowest level for 18 months Subscription

10 Aug 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Supermarket price inflation has hit its lowest level for 18 months as the post-Brexit jump in grocery prices continues to stabilise.

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Heatwave boosts July food sales but general retail fails to perform Subscription

07 Aug 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Monthly food sales hit their highest level for five years in July driven by the World Cup and hot summer, but the rest of the retail industry failed to fire.

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World Cup and hot weather drive supermarket sales surge Subscription

24 Jul 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Grocery sales have jumped 3.6% in the 12 weeks to 15 July as the World Cup and the prolonged hot weather boosted trading according to Kantar Worldpanel.

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Leaps in sales across retail linked to World Cup and heatwave

20 Jul 2018 | By Rachel Graham

Matches and lighters saw the biggest leap in sales, up 39.2% on the same period last year as shoppers sparked up BBQs



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