Wholesalers have plenty to offer independents
Tesco has pledged to extend its commitment to healthier food to the Booker arm of its business, as well as its Central European operations.
The news channels have been full of stories of delivery services and online shopping, but how has the convenience sector been affected and how have retailers coped with the changes?
Wilson plans to step down in February 2021 CHARLES Wilson, chief executive of Booker, is set to retire in February 2021. Under Wilson’s 15-year tenure at...
INDUSTRY charity GroceryAid raised record funds at its annual ball held in London last month.
THE NFRN has launched its biggest ever buy one, get one free initiative with Booker.
PAYMENTS and EPOS system provider PayPoint has announced new features for Booker retailers.
NEW GroceryAid president, Charles Wilson was already well known throughout the retail trade in Scotland as chief executive of Booker, but he took the opportunity to introduce himself in this new role at a dinner for industry leaders in Glasgow last month.
WHOLESALERS from across Scotland were celebrating success last month at a gala ceremony in the Sheraton Grand, Edinburgh.
2019 proved to be another year of uncertainty, with the impact of Brexit, DRS and the promotions ban still unclear
Hot prospect in Aberdeen
In the third Convenience Conversation of 2019, the panel discuss the need for innovation to survive
Winner: Premier Linktown Local, Kirkcaldy Supported by: Booker .
There have been big changes at the top of Britain’s biggest wholesaler and its biggest independent forecourt business .
The most special prize at the Scottish Grocer Awards, this year’s Industry Achievement winner was as fitting for recognition as they come .
2019’s convenience retail stars were shining bright as Scottish Grocer celebrated their stellar achievements .