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Tag: Iceland

Aldi burger

Playing it cool at BFFF awards

Some of the biggest names in frozen food have had cause for celebration this summer, at the Frozen Food Awards 2022.
Wholesale warehouse

Straining relations

Inflation has weakened relationships between multiple grocery retailers and their suppliers, according to the Groceries Code Adjudicator.
unitas log

New faces for Unitas

UNITAS Wholesale is set to bolster its management team with two new hires.
Richmond cocktail sausages

Richmond joins the party

Pilgrim's Food Masters has brought the party to Iceland with the launch of an exclusive format for its Richmond Sausages.

Digital grocery shopping soaring in the UK

Online grocery shopping growth continues to gather steam according to the latest retail sales figures
frozen-peas

Frozen flying in lockdown

Waste conscious consumers make switch
trolley in supermarket

Early March lockdown causes huge sales uplift

March was a month like no other for the grocery market, with UK consumers making more than 79 million extra shopping trips over a four-week period.
Lidl Exterior

Festive cheer for discounters

The latest figures from Kantar for the 12 weeks to 29 December revealed Lidl was the fastest growing bricks and mortar supermarket
Christmas shopping

Sales slow for crucial period

Grocery sales in the UK were “unexpectedly slow” while approaching the peak of the ‘golden quarter’ of festive trading.
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Experts discuss how to make c-stores more profitable and sustainable

In the third Convenience Conversation of 2019, the panel discuss the need for innovation to survive
co-operative-food

Smaller brings gains for mults

Shoppers are increasingly favouring supermarkets with smaller store formats, according to the latest data from Nielsen .

SG interview: Richard Walker, Iceland

Iceland boss takes aim at plastic waste

Iceland launches DRS in Scotland

Musselburgh store one of four in UK trial

Sunshine sends sales soaring

Warm weather enjoyed by many in Scotland in May helped supermarkets

Deposit return debuts at Musselburgh Iceland

Frozen food specialist launches reverse vending trial at four UK stores
Edinburgh in snow

Grocery beats beastly storm

GROCERY sales in UK supermarkets beat the weather in February and March to maintain strong growth, according to the latest monthly sales figures from Nielsen.