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Inflation drops as big four strive to contain cost hikes Subscription

11 May 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The big four are still trying to limit the extent to which they are passing on higher costs to consumers, data indicates

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Strong Easter drives like-for-like retail sales up 5.6% in April Subscription

09 May 2017 | By Michelle Perrett

UK retail sales grow 5.6% in April boosted by Easter, but BRC warns over longer-term prospects for the sector

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Conservative Party manifesto: what it means for food & drink Subscription

18 May 2017 | By Ian Quinn

Manifesto focuses on migrant workers, farming support and business rates

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Lib Dems manifesto promises new referendum on EU membership

18 May 2017 | By Ian Quinn

Tim Farron said voters should not have to put up with “Theresa May and Nigel Farage’s extreme version of Brexit”

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58 food and drink firms named in LSE’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report Subscription

10 May 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

A total of 58 food and drinks companies have been named in the London Stock Exchange’s list of 100 Companies to Inspire Britain

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Strong Easter drives like-for-like retail sales up 5.6% in April Subscription

09 May 2017 | By Michelle Perrett

UK retail sales grow 5.6% in April boosted by Easter, but BRC warns over longer-term prospects for the sector

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City snapshot: UK retail boosted by Easter sales growth Subscription

09 May 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Food sales increased 2.4% on a like-for-like basis and 3.6% on a total basis in the past 12 weeks boosted by the Easter break, the BRC – KPMG Retail Sales Monitor April 2017 has revealed

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Paper £5 notes no longer legal after midnight tonight Subscription

05 May 2017 | By Michelle Perrett

From tomorrow, retailers will be able to refuse to accept paper fivers and only the polymer £5 will be legal tender

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Retailers unite in call for urgent action on business rates Subscription

04 May 2017 | By Ian Quinn

Seven different trade groups have called on the government to commit to “fundamental change” to the system

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Grocery sales growth hits highest level since 2013 Subscription

03 May 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The UK grocery market recorded its best three months of sales since September 2013, according to market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel

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City snapshot: Consumer confidence erodes as general election looms Subscription

28 Apr 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Four of the five measures used in GFK’s consumer confidence index fell in April, further eroding the overall index ahead of June’s snap general election. Plus Tate & Lyle pins recovery hopes on post-Brexit Britain and all the rest of this morning’s news from the City

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UK retail sales slump as inflation bites Subscription

21 Apr 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

UK retail sales volumes slumped by 1.8% compared to February amid rapidly rising prices as quarterly sales volumes fell by their highest amount for seven years..

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Financial distress up 26% on average says Begbies Traynor Subscription

19 Apr 2017 | By Michelle Perrett

Red Flag Alert points to increased cost pressures from rising inflation in both fuel and food

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Surging pound leads to FTSE 100 sell-off after snap election surprise Subscription

19 Apr 2017 | By Edward Devlin

The FTSE 100 plunged more than 180 points yesterday (or £46bn) to 7,147.50 points as PM Theresa May called a surprise snap election on 8 June

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Volatile day for sterling as PM calls snap election Subscription

18 Apr 2017 | By Edward Devlin

The surprise announcement is set to lead to a volatile day on the markets and for the pound.

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City snapshot: Supermarket prices rise 1.4% in March Subscription

07 Apr 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Supermarket inflation jumped 0.9 percentage points to 1.4% in March - the highest level of grocery inflation since Christmas 2013.

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City snapshot: Late Easter holds back supermarket sales Subscription

04 Apr 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The latest grocery market share figures released this morning shows the late Easter this year has held back supermarket sales as food inflation continues to rise.

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Deflation eases back to its lowest in nearly two years Subscription

09 Dec 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

Supermarket price deflation has eased back to its lowest level in almost two years

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Is the Chancellor likely to slash VAT in Autumn Statement? Subscription

17 Nov 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

Do Brexit pressures warrant this highly controversial measure?

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Inflationary pressures build but deflation still persists Subscription

11 Nov 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

This week the media’s inflationary focus has turned to Birds Eye fish fingers, Walkers Crisps, and smaller Toblerones…

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Donald Trump elected US president: what are the implications for food & drink? Subscription

09 Nov 2016 | By The Grocer News Team

We round up industry and City views on trade relations, the impact on sterling and inflation

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Rising inflation has curbed spending power, reports Asda Subscription

27 Oct 2016 | By Ian Quinn

The latest figures from the Asda Income Tracker show annual spending growth dropped to under £10 

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Inflation: that's the BIG DEBATE in grocery Subscription

21 Oct 2016 | By Adam Leyland

The big debate is inflation. Not whether there will be inflation, but when, how much and where

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Trading disputes: the price of Brexit Britain Subscription

14 Oct 2016 | By Adam Leyland, Ian Quinn

As The Grocer revealed earlier this week, fmcg giant Unilever stopped deliveries to Tesco

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