The Quality Food Awards 2013 were held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel last night.
Sainsbury’s has opened its latest store in Tottenham as part of the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium development.
New figures from WRAP have revealed that UK households are still throwing away the equivalent of six meals every week.
Morrisons has reported a 2.4% fall in like-for-like sales for the 13 weeks to 3 November 2013. The retailer said low exposure to the sector’s key growth areas of convenience and online impacted sales, as consumer confidence remained “subdued”.
Latest data from the BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index has shown overall shop prices reported annual deflation for the sixth consecutive month in October, deepening to 0.5% from the 0.2% decline in September.
Latest figures from the BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor show UK like-for-like retail sales were up 0.8% on last year. On a total basis, sales were up 2.6%, against a 1.1% increase in October 2012.
Marks and Spencer (M&S) said like-for-like food sales were up 2.5% in the first half of the year, as sales of non-food items fell for the ninth straight quarter.
The Activate Solutions Group has unveiled key findings from its High Street Happiness Survey, looking into the levels of customer satisfaction being provided by the UK’s top high street brands.
New research by IGD ShopperVista has found that most British shoppers don’t feel able to make a difference to global warming or the environment through the decisions they make when food and grocery shopping.
Today’s Metro has reported that Tesco has installed face-scanning technology in 450 Tesco petrol stations, allowing targeted adverts to be directed at customers.