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Supermarkets are fuelling demand for meat and dairy at expense of the climate, charity says

The Independent 18 Jun 2021
UK supermarkets are “fueling ... All the supermarkets surveyed, apart from Iceland and Asda, have publically committed to stop selling meat that is linked to deforestation.
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Cookstown sausages: How NI brand has managed to stay relevant and popular

Belfast Telegraph 18 Jun 2021
Either way, pork processors here do have a strategic opportunity to make more sales with the GB supermarkets operating here ... Northern Ireland sausage manufacturer Dohertys has said it’s in talks to supply supermarket chain Iceland as the prospect nears of an NI Protocol ban on chilled meats from Great Britain later this month.
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NI’s sausage firms ‘ready to replace GB products’

Belfast Telegraph 15 Jun 2021
Northern Ireland sausage manufacturer Dohertys has said it’s in talks to supply supermarket chain Iceland as the prospect nears of an NI Protocol ban on chilled meats from Great Britain later this month ... “We have been able to increase our range within a couple of NI supermarkets ... We are also in discussions with Iceland ... Should we re-evaluate that?” ... .
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End this 'best before' fiasco: Every day tonnes of delicious fruit and veg go in ...

The Daily Mail 13 Jun 2021
Households are throwing away perfectly good food worth as much as £900 million each year because supermarkets routinely put misleading labels on fruit, vegetables and dairy products, a Mail on Sunday investigation has revealed ... The guidelines urge supermarkets to use phrases such as 'Freeze by date shown'.
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War on food waste: We bin 6.4million tons of perfectly good food every year - ...

The Daily Mail 12 Jun 2021
Families, supermarkets and restaurants are today being urged to help slash Britain’s food waste ... lNearly all supermarkets routinely fail to follow official labelling guidelines, causing shoppers to bin £900 million of food every year ... The guidelines urge supermarkets to use phrases such as ‘Freeze by date shown’.
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Albertsons partners with Fetch Rewards to drive sales and customer acquisition

Fresh Plaza 09 Jun 2021
Supermarket News ... Rosauers Supermarkets names Cliff Rigsbee CEO. Former Albertsons executive Cliff Rigsbee is joining Rosauers Supermarkets as president and chief executive officer, succeeding longtime CEO Jeff Philipps, who is retiring ... The only supermarket who pays less than this is Iceland, who pay £8.91 per hour.
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Woolworths now offering free same day home delivery to Delivery Unlimited subscribers

Fresh Plaza 09 Jun 2021
A new study confirms Colruyt as the cheapest supermarket chain in Belgium ... Tesco announces pay-rise for staff in every single supermarket in September. Supermarket giant Tesco has announced a major change coming to all shop staff this year ... The only supermarket who pays less than this is Iceland, who pay £8.91 per hour ... Supermarket News.
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The Greggs share price is up 45% in 2021. Can GRG keep rising?

The Motley Fool 04 Jun 2021
The past three years have been a roller-coaster ride for shareholders in bakery chain Greggs (LSE. GRG) ... And there could be more growth to come for shareholders ... Wow ... Woo-hoo ... Also, it has rolled out at-home delivery to 800 stores, expanded its frozen products on sale at Iceland supermarkets, and is trialling concessions in Tesco supermarkets ... .
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Acts of kindness in the wake of coronavirus: 8 ways people have been paying it forward

The National 29 May 2021
Communities are stepping up, shopping for the elderly, making lunches for children," wrote Lively." We can all do something for one another, even if that's simply staying home." Supermarkets start dedicated shopping hours for the vulnerable.
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Call for G7 Cornwall summit to forge global plastic pollution treaty

The Guardian 27 May 2021
Nestl�, one of the largest creators of plastic waste , has joined the supermarkets Aldi, ...
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Supermarket sales of mouthwash soar as socialising returns

Belfast Telegraph 25 May 2021
But as the public head to restaurants and bars again, overall supermarket sales cooled compared to a year ago at a time when shelves were stripped bare and panic buying set in ... Co-op and Iceland supermarkets took the biggest hit at the tills, with Lidl and Aldi enjoying the largest rises.
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Shoppers stock up on mouthwash and shoe polish as lockdown eases

The Independent 25 May 2021
Overall supermarket ... Co-op and Iceland supermarkets endured the biggest sales slump, with Lidl and Aldi enjoying the largest rises.
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Nail Bomber: Manhunt – new Netflix true crime documentary looks at the 1999 London nail bombings

The Independent 24 May 2021
Placing the first device inside a blue sports bag, the 22-year-old detonated the homemade nail bomb on the afternoon of Saturday, April 17, leaving it outside an Iceland supermarket on the corner of Brixton Market ... Now, two decades on, the bombings are once again the focus of public attention as part of new Netflix Original Documentary, Nail Bomber.
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Logistics boss accused of receiving huge bonus while receiving millions of UK furlough cash

The Business Desk 09 May 2021
XPO employs more than 25,000 workers in the UK and carries out transport and logistics work for many of the leading supermarkets including Morrisons, Co-op, Waitrose and Iceland ... “At one stage, XPO encouraged workers to share freezer suits at its Morrisons supermarket site in Scotland – until GMB stepped in ... XPO has contacted for comment.
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Greggs recalls £2 vegetable bakes sold in Iceland over fears they could contain slivers of glass

The Daily Mail 06 May 2021
Customers are being warned to not eat certain frozen vegetable bakes, made by Greggs and sold exclusively for £2 in Iceland's supermarkets across Britain ... £2 Greggs vegetable bakes (above) sold exclusively in Iceland are on government's recall list after fears that there may be glass shards in some products.
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