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Discounters Aldi and Lidl have seen their market share surge as Britain's four biggest outlets suffer in the ongoing bitter supermarket war. Research firm Kantar Worldpanel said in the three months to June 20, both of the German-based retailers saw
The supermarket giant will cut both unleaded and diesel prices by 2p a litre from Tuesday and its main competitors Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Tesco could follow suit. It will mean customers will pay no more than 126.7p a litre for unleaded at Asda
Huge big-box supermarkets are becoming a liability.Photograph: Alamy Tesco won that battle and is almost twice as big as market number two Asda. But changing shopping patterns mean that those miles of shopping aisles are now weighing on profitability.
06:05 EST, 26 July 2014 13 shares 157 View comments Supermarket giants should be taxed so that local authorities can plough the proceeds into regenerating moribund town centres, a group of councils has said.
In response to changing customer shopping habits we have decided to reduce the amount of new space we build each year.' Photograph: Alamy A quarter of UK supermarkets granted planning permission during the past five years have either been cancelled
Tourist board VisitEngland added millions more people (13 per cent) are heading to beaches like Brighton and Cornwall instead of Greece and Spain than were before the recession started in 2008. 'We do expect to see a natural increase people booking
Mother investigated by police after leaving her baby in scorching hot BMW while she went shopping in Asda Published: 02:48 EST, 25 July 2014 Updated: 04:02 EST, 25 July 2014 17 shares 25 View comments A mother who abandoned her baby in a boiling car
Now a Facebook page has been set up to record and share some of the gems overheard in the supermarket which boasts a royal warrant and can only be found in the smartest corners of the land. Overheard In Waitrose is a collection of unintentionally
the dirty secret of the UK's poultry industry \n\n \n \n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n \n Two-thirds of fresh retail chicken in UK contaminated with campylobacter\n \n Guardian findings prompt investigations at three major supermarkets\n \n Government shelves
Gail Orenstein/Demotix/Corbis Hot weather provided a boost for Britain's retailers in July as consumers stocked up on summer clothes and food for the barbecue. The CBI's monthly snapshot of spending showed activity bounced back strongly this month