Tuesday 29 September at 5pm
With the big shiny axe of new Chancellor George 'to the manor' Osborne leading the way, we're all cutting back even the Queen.
It's still early days for the coalition, so it's surely understandable to get a few names wrong. A press release from the National Association of Cider Makers last week thanked someone called 'George Cameron' for sparing them from a hike...
Grocery was again the political football of choice this week. Further proof that the Tories mean business about getting into power: after years of accusations that Labour and Tesco were a bit too cosy for comfort, shadow chancellor George Osborne...
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Pick for Britain is clearly not a long-term solution to the UK’s agricultural labour problem
The industry faces rules that hinder when it comes to determining the difference between ‘low & no’, ‘alcohol-free’ and lower-abv options, says Jason Clarke, co-founder of Genius Brewing
For grocers to thrive over the next few years, they need to focus on new revenue streams to improve profitability, says Matt Lee, MD at Capture
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