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Sainsbury’s reports rise in grocery sales and surge in online orders | Business

Sainsbury’s has said it is winning over shoppers from the discounters Aldi and Lidl as well as Tesco, Asda and Morrisons, as it reported a surge in online orders to 650,000 a week in June, up from 370,000 in March. Sales at its established stores rose by 8.2%, with grocery sales up by 10.5% and …

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Ecommerce companies start taking orders for ‘non-essentials’ from April 20, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Ecommerce firms will accept online orders for ‘non-essential’ items starting this weekend, as they gear up to restart operations fully from Monday in line with a central government order issued on April 15. Sale of products deemed non-essential — including smartphones, personal computers, electronics items, apparel, furniture and home décor — form 90% of …

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Arcadia Group cancels ‘over £100m’ of orders as garment industry faces ruin | Global development

The Arcadia Group, which owns brands including Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and Miss Selfridge, is estimated to have cancelled in excess of £100m of existing clothing orders worldwide from suppliers in some of the world’s poorest countries as the global garment sector faces ruin. According to data from the Bangladesh Garments and Manufacturing Association (BGMEA), the …

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Restaurants tack on extra to takeout orders

Beach Cafe in Manhattan advertises free toilet paper and gloves with every order. Melissa Repko | CNBC Buy a meal, get a free roll of toilet paper.  Restaurants are turning to bundling in-demand consumer products with food and drinks to reach out to their communities even as the future of their businesses is unclear.  States …

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From BigBasket to Grofers, mounting orders and staff crunch stretch online grocers, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Online grocers BigBasket and Grofers may be working hard to deliver essentials, but a lack of delivery slots will remain for the next week or two as these e-tailers witness heavy demand from consumers following the ongoing 21-day nationwide lockdown due to the Covid-19 virus outbreak. Both companies have seen demand for groceries rise …

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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper orders residents to stay at home order amid coronavirus outbreak

Governor Roy Cooper, D-NC address the crowd during the Rally for Respect outside the North Carolina Legislative Building on May 16, 2018 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Sara D. Davis | Getty Images North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper issued a stay-at-home order Friday and closed the state’s nonessential businesses in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The …

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Tesco limits online orders to 80 items to speed up deliveries | Business

Tesco is limiting online shoppers to 80 items per order as part of a plan to increase the number of delivery slots available to vulnerable households. Supermarket home deliveries usually contain fewer than 60 products but some worried shoppers have been placing orders of more than 100. To “reach more customers with more deliveries”, Tesco …

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Coronavirus delays Amazon orders and could put sellers out of business

As millions of people are told to stay indoors amid coronavirus scares and grocery store shelves empty, Amazon is facing an unprecedented surge in online orders that’s causing delivery delays and certain items to run out of stock. Despite several workers testing positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, its 110 U.S. warehouses largely remain open as …

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Centre asks states to exempt e-tailers, wholesalers from prohibitory orders, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday asked states to allow e-tailers, wholesalers and delivery partners to operate even where Section 144 been imposed amid the coronavirus outbreak. An order in this regard was issued by the union consumer affairs ministry after discussing the matter in detail in an inter-ministerial meeting held here. Several state governments …

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E-commerce orders soar as consumers flock online to shop

Online marketplaces like Amazon, Grofers, BigBasket and Snapdeal are witnessing a sudden surge in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic. “In the last couple of days, we have seen what we may call panic buying across a number of cities and categories. Cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune and Ahmedabad have seen a higher surge with nearly …

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