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Fish counter at Mercadona

Fish counters: eight examples of brilliant merchandising from around Europe

20 Sep 2018 | By Bryan Roberts

Tcc Global insight director Bryan Roberts takes a look at best practice in fish merchandising 

Asda Aerfoil fridge

Asda to cut fridge energy use with Formula 1-inspired tech Subscription

20 Sep 2018 | By Ian Quinn

New technology is being rolled out to nearly 200 Asda supermarkets

BYO store Tooting

'Zero-waste' grocery store BYO opens in Tooting, London

19 Sep 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

BYO only stocks vegan and plant-based items, in line with its environmentally friendly mission

Jack's tills

First look: Inside Tesco's new discount chain Jack's, Chatteris

19 Sep 2018 | By The Grocer News Team

The new chain is designed to ”bring customers great-tasting food at the lowest possible prices” and promises ”no fancy fixtures or fittings, and no added extras”

Dave Lewis Jack's

Tesco unveils new discount grocery chain Jack’s

19 Sep 2018 | By The Grocer News Team

The chain, named after Tesco founder Jack Cohen, will carry roughly 2,600 product lines and focus on British sourcing

m&s wasabi

M&S continues to open Wasabi sushi concessions Subscription

12 Sep 2018 | By Andrew Don

The retailer added three new Wasabi concessions this summer

Premier Victoria

Premier looks to bring in teens and vegans with store concept Subscription

07 Sep 2018 | By Ronan Hegarty

The concept store in Hull features seating areas and free wi-fi

B&M Express

B&M converts Heron Foods branches to 'B&M Express' fascia Subscription

03 Sep 2018 | By Steve Farrell

At least six Heron Foods stores are operating under the new banner

M&S checkout-free app

M&S trials mobile pay app at Paddington HQ store Subscription

31 Aug 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

The service has recently been extended from M&S staff only to the general public

Select and Save

Select & Save unveils fascia for price-sensitive catchments Subscription

31 Aug 2018 | By Andrew Don

Five stores have opened under the secondary fascia

Aldi Tooting refurbishment

Aldi Tooting: smallest UK store gets Project Fresh overhaul Subscription

29 Aug 2018 | By Steve Farrell

The 8,000 sq ft Tooting store in South London has closed for nearly four weeks while the refurbishment is carried out

iceland kettering

Iceland introduces programme of lower-cost refurbishments Subscription

29 Aug 2018 | By Steve Farrell

The trial programme requires stores to close for three to five days instead of three weeks

Meat fixture at Markthalle Krefeld in Germany

Nine stores that have taken meat counters to the next level

17 Aug 2018 | By Bryan Roberts

Bryan Roberts, global insight director of tcc global, takes a look at examples of best practice from retailers looking to add value through serviced meat counters

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Asda, Sainsbury's and M&S sign up for 'Purple Tuesday' Subscription

14 Aug 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

13 November will be the UK’s first dedicated day to promote accessible shopping for customers with disabilities

Sainsbury's checkout-free

Sainsbury's extends its checkout-free payment trial Subscription

13 Aug 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

The new trial will take place at its Clapham North station Local store

eat 17 founders

Breaking the mould in convenience Video Subscription

08 Aug 2018 | By Angelina Mason

It was a humble beginning for the step brothers behind premium food retailer Eat 17

henderson spar self checkout

Henderson Group plans more self-service tills following trial Subscription

01 Aug 2018 | By Ronan Hegarty

Bespoke system has been developed by its subsidiary Henderson Technology

Iceland store

Iceland faces Welsh language protests at new Rhyl store

01 Aug 2018 | By Kevin White

The retailer said introducing Welsh signage would ’add complexity and cost to our operations’

Amazon checkout-free

Consumers 'unlikely' to use checkout-free tech, says report Subscription

19 Jul 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

But around a third would use technology such as a smartphone app to scan purchases

Trigo Vision

Trigo Vision gains $7m funding for checkout-free store system Subscription

12 Jul 2018 | By Steve Farrell

The $7m in funding, from Hetz Ventures and Vertex Ventures, is to be used to grow the research and development team…

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