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With both sides of the Market Basket dispute sticking to their guns through a weekend of employee protests and empty supermarket aisles, workers rallying for ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas say they believe they are close to wearing down the chain's
Wikimedia Commons Are you sick of watching your grocery bill creep up year after year due to inflation?...KR ) (and other retailers), I was wondering if it could continue to post positive identical-store gains beyond 40 straight quarters.
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.
A small Dunedin agri-tech company has received research and development funding from UK supermarket giant Sainsbury's, sparked by fears over the global lamb industry's future. Sainsbury's concern about sustainable safe lamb supplies follows last year'
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.
BBC News has learnt that Derby City Council has called for the right to bring in a new levy as a "modest" effort to ensure supermarket spending "re-circulates" in local communities. Some 19 other local authorities back the so-called "Tesco tax",
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
Onus on customers to buy what they know is in the best interests of their health Most people are quite capable of eating treats in moderation. Photo / Thinkstock Supermarkets give a great deal of thought to the placement of products on display. Eye-
A planning battle is looming over a giant $17 million supermarket in Porirua after neighbours voiced their overwhelming opposition. The proposed 12-metre high, 3160sqm Countdown supermarket would tower over neighbouring properties, block sunlight and,
The volume of goods sold in the UK's shops, stores and supermarkets continues to grow, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Retail sales in June rose by 0.1% from May, leaving them 3.6% higher than a year ago. The sales increase in