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How does your favourite supermarket stack up? Study reveals which shops have the best COVID-19 ...

The Daily Mail 27 Feb 2021
Lidl, the German-owned discount store and frozen-food specialist Iceland came in at the bottom of ten major supermarket chains, consumer watchdog Which? reported ... Lidl, the German-owned discount store (left) and frozen-food specialist Iceland (right) came in at the bottom of ten major supermarket chains, consumer watchdog Which? reported.

Lidl and Iceland rated worst for Covid-safe shopping

London Evening Standard 27 Feb 2021
Iceland and Lidl are the least Covid-safe supermarkets, according to a shopper survey taken out by Which? ... .

Revealed: UK’s largest supermarkets throw away enough food for 190 million meals each year

The Independent 26 Feb 2021
Supermarkets are throwing away the equivalent of 190 million meals a year that could be given to the hungry, The Independent reveals today ... Every 1,000 tonnes amounts to 2.4 million meals ... Read more ... SIGN UP ... Read our privacy notice. SIGN UP ... The worst-performing supermarkets were Sainsbury’s and Iceland, with 3.8 and 1.7 per cent donated respectively ... .

Post-pandemic seafood could be more sustainable. Here’s how tech is driving the change.

Popular Science 23 Feb 2021
... to restaurants, hotels, and supermarkets ... Your supermarket salmon is probably stealing somebody’s food] ... Niceland Seafoods, a company that specializes in Icelandic imports, sold out of a shipment of wolffish (it’s kind of like catfish) in a Denver supermarket in four days.

UK's cheapest supermarket has changed - and it's not Asda or Tesco

Manchester Evening News 22 Feb 2021
The UK's cheapest supermarket has been named - and it's between Lidl, Aldi, Iceland and Morrisons ... .

Iceland supermarket director sacked after 'branding Welsh language gibberish'

The Mirror 17 Feb 2021
Keith Hann, director of corporate affairs, also reportedly said the Welsh language sounded "like someone with bad catarrh clearing his throat" in a personal blog that has now been privatised ... .

Iceland apologises after store boss called Welsh language ‘gibberish’

Metro UK 17 Feb 2021
Furious shoppers vowed to boycott Iceland after a company director branded the Welsh language ‘gibberish’. The supermarket’s corporate affairs boss Keith Hann also said Welsh sounded ‘like someone with bad catarrh clearing his throat’ in an old personal blog post which recently resurfaced on Twitter.

Iceland sacks senior boss after his comments about Wales

Belfast Telegraph 17 Feb 2021
Iceland has sacked a senior boss after he made controversial comments about Wales and the Welsh language ... Mr Hann’s Twitter page now appears to have been deleted following complaints to the supermarket. A spokesperson for Iceland said.

Iceland boss Richard Walker defends refusal to pay back business rates relief

The Times/The Sunday Times 17 Feb 2021
Richard Walker, 40, managing director of Iceland and son of Malcolm Walker, 75, the supermarket’s founder, has defended the grocer’s decision to keep £40 million ...

Iceland director sacked over comments about Wales

London Evening Standard 17 Feb 2021
A director at supermarket chain Iceland has been sacked over comments he made about the Welsh language ... .

Why I’m celebrating American Express now being accepted at all major UK supermarkets

The Motley Fool 16 Feb 2021
Today, you won’t be denied the opportunity to use your card in any of Britain’s top supermarkets! ... Cardholders can earn rewards at Co-Op, Iceland, Ocado and Waitrose, too. There’s no doubt to me that we’re in the midst of a Supermarket War.

Coca-Cola trials paper-based drinks bottles in Europe in step towards tackling plastic waste

The Independent 16 Feb 2021
Coca-Cola, which has been named the world’s worst plastic polluting company by researchers, is conducting a small trial of new paper-based bottles which could significantly reduce the amount of waste the firm produces if widely adopted ... Read more ... Iceland ranks worst for plastic use in new UK supermarket report ... SIGN UP ... SIGN UP ... .