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UK supermarket restrictions: what you need to know | Business

Tesco Limits to shopping hours All stores closing at 10pm for restocking. Some larger stores with pharmacies will stay open later. Temporary closure of all fresh food counters except bakeries. Purchase restrictions Maximum of three of each item. Multi-buy promotions axed. Vulnerable customers Priority hour on Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning from 9am-10am (apart from …

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Argos toys slump dents Sainsbury’s Christmas sales | Business

Poor sales of toys and video games dented Argos’s performance over Christmas as the chain’s owner, Sainsbury’s, said nervous shoppers were holding on to their cash. Sales of general merchandise at the group slid nearly 4% in the 15 weeks to 4 January. Argos also lost market share in toys as it ditched its traditional …

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From JD Sports to Games Workshop: best market performers of decade | Business

In the first part of the 2010s, when the billionaire Mike Ashley and his retail creation Sports Direct appeared to be knocking out every opponent that dared to pick a fight, the tycoon gave a memorably bullish performance in front of City analysts. At a presentation in July 2011, as the rival JJB Sports was …

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UK firms urge Brazil to stop Amazon deforestation for soy production | Environment

Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and the UK’s largest asset manager are among 87 major companies and investors who have written to Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, urging his government to stop further deforestation of the Amazon for soy production. The preservation of the Amazon rainforest, a vital sink for carbon dioxide, is widely considered by scientists …

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UK supermarkets ‘not transparent enough’ about pesticide use | Business

Many UK supermarkets are not being transparent with shoppers about the use of potentially harmful pesticides in their global supply chains, according to a report. In an analysis rating the top 10 retailers, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) says some are not doing enough to protect human health and the environment from hazardous pesticides …

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Supermarket luxury mince pies – ranked | Business

This year’s best mince pies are from Marks & Spencer, according to baking experts at Which?, with Iceland the much cheaper runner-up. The panel blind-tested 11 supermarket premium mince pies to uncover the most delicious, as well as the blandest, wettest and least appetising. The best buy went to M&S Collection Mince Pies, priced at …

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Sainsbury’s Christmas ad offers new twist on Dickensian London | Business

Sainsbury’s has given Father Christmas a Dickensian origin story in a festive advert that aims to remind viewers of its 150-year history at the heart of the British high street. The TV campaign, which launches on Tuesday during ITV’s Emmerdale and then goes online, tells a Christmas story based around the first Sainsbury’s store, which …

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Sainsbury’s profits dive more than 90% as store closures cost £200m | Business

The £200m cost of closing 15 supermarkets and dozens of Argos stores has all but wiped out profits at Sainsbury’s as the supermarket faces rising competition from discount rivals. The UK’s second largest grocer said pretax profits dived more than 90% to £9m in the six months to 21 September after the one-off property write-down, …

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John Lewis trials sustainability schemes at Oxford store | Business

John Lewis has stopped selling 5p single-use plastic carrier bags at its Oxford store as part of a major trial to test and change shoppers’ behaviour. The sustainability initiatives, which were unveiled on Monday, are aimed at encouraging a “reduce, reuse and return” culture among customers and could provide a model for its other shops. …

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Workers exploited at farms supplying UK supermarkets: report | Business

Poor pay and punitive working conditions are common on farms and plantations that supply fresh fruit or tea to major UK supermarkets including Lidl, Aldi, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons, according to new research published by a leading international charity. The report from Oxfam claims that the supermarkets’ “relentless” drive to maximise profits is fuelling poverty …

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