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Britons made 80m extra grocery shops in less than a month | Business

Britons made nearly 80m extra grocery shopping trips in the last four weeks than over the same period last year – spending nearly £2bn more on food and drink – as they rushed to stockpile amid fears about coronavirus. New data published today by market analysts Nielsen shows that total till sales at the UK’s …

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Britons go on shopping spree to ease grind of Covid-19 confinement | Money

The prospect of weeks trapped at home has seen Britons embark on unlikely shopping sprees as they create home offices and gyms but also embrace hobbies ranging from dressmaking to jigsaw puzzling and growing their own veg. With all non-essential high street shops and some websites now closed, what is left of high street trade …

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‘Nobody will starve,’ says Ocado chair, urging Britons to stop stockpiling | Business

Stuart Rose, the former Marks & Spencer boss who now chairs Ocado, has urged Britons to stop stockpiling groceries, saying “nobody will starve” during the coronavirus outbreak. Speaking on Radio 4’s Today programme, Rose said: “There is no shortage of food. Nobody will starve. There is a £1bn more food in people’s larders than there …

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Dixons Carphone sees 70% jump in online sales as Britons move to home working | Business

Online sales at Dixons Carphone have surged by more than 70% as Britons rushed to buy laptops, games consoles and freezers to cope with the coronavirus outbreak. Britain’s biggest electrical and mobile phone retailer said online sales in the UK and Ireland had surged 72% in the three weeks to 21 March. The retailer reported …

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Why Britons are now dreaming of a green Christmas | Life and style

Everyone used to call Helen Tandy “the Grinch” at Christmas. She would get odd looks and long sighs from friends and family when she tried to explain that she didn’t want gifts and wouldn’t be buying any either. Christmas crackers – “a horrible waste: a bang, some tat and then it’s all chucked away” – …

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