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Don’t just leave us with memories

The end of the road for the Roadhouse Long-standing Covent Garden bar the Roadhouse has become the latest casualty of covid-19 with the announcement it will not be opening again. The toll of dealing with the current uncertainly around late-night London has meant its owners sadly do not regard the operation as viable. The statement …

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Supermarket deliveries: how UK services stack up for price and choice | Online shopping

Supermarket delivery services boomed during the coronavirus lockdown and many households who had not previously had their groceries brought to their door are now committed online shoppers. With more slots available, and the past few weeks bringing changes to Tesco’s delivery charges and Ocado’s switch from Waitrose to M&S, it could be a good time …

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Strawberry Star announce Co-op as anchor tenant at its landmark Lu2on site

Strawberry Star’s landmark mixed-use development Lu2on, on the former Vauxhall factory site in London’s top commuter town Luton ((according to Yopa’s 2019 London Commuter Guide), has secured its first anchor tenant, Co-Op. The award-winning retailer will be leasing a 5,371 sq ft unit fronting Kimpton Road and Luton Airport Parkway Railway Station. In prime position, …

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From cool beans to has-beens? The Covid threat to Britain’s coffee shops | Business

It’s the multibillion-pound industry that kept on growing, based on a bean that Britons couldn’t seem to get enough of: coffee. Until, that is, the pandemic struck. As is the case with many businesses hit hard by coronavirus, the ubiquitous coffee chains that have powered city centres and high streets across the UK are in …

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Ingka Group hikes sustainability investment by 600 million euro for next 12 months

Swedish furniture major IKEA’s partner Ingka Group has increased investment by 600 million euro (around Rs 52,00 crore) towards sustainability projects over the next 12 months. After this announcement, Ingka Group’s total investments in sustainability projects will rise up to 3.8 billion euro (around Rs 33,000 crore), it said in a statement. The funds would …

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Salons get a makeover as hygiene, safety take centerstage

While the COVID-19 lockdown has adversely impacted theentire economy, the ensuing Unlock stages have helped ease restrictions in many geographies of the country, allowing businesses to open in a phased manner provided they follow safety and hygiene protocols set down by the government. One business vertical, which has been unable to welcome customers till very …

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Essential commodities fuel retail revival, average bill value up 1.5x over pre-COVID-19

Amidst the pandemic-induced slowdown, essential goods will fuel Indian retail industry’s growth in the coming quarters as consumer expenditure continues to remain focused on essentials – particularly food and grocery – reveals the latest report by ANAROCK & Retailers Association of India (RAI) titled ‘Indian Retail – Certainty Despite Headwinds’. The average bill value for …

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Colin the Caterpillar at 30: how a supermarket cake stole the nation’s heart | Cake

I can see my mother now as she wrestles sponge shapes, icing and cardboard into a vertical space rocket. The year is 1994 and everyone is having a Jane Asher novelty shaped cake from the Asher’s Party Cakes book. Little did Mum realise – there being no local Marks & Spencer – that a ready-made, …

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Teasing the customer back – Retail Insider

When is a scallop not a scallop? When growing up in Yorkshire, ordering the ‘scallop’ – a deep-fried, layered fish and potato cake – was the value option at my local fish and chip shop because it was significantly cheaper than going for a cod or haddock with my chips. Only later, when frequenting smarter …

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Jubilant FoodWorks posts net loss of Rs 74.5 cr in Q1

Jubilant FoodWorks Ltd, which operates fast-food chains Domino’s Pizza and Dunkin’ Donuts, on Wednesday reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 74.47 crore for the first quarter ended June 2020, impacted by closure of stores due to COVID-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown. According to a PTI report: The company had posted a net profit of …

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