Latest News for: Iceland supermarket


Covid-19: No need to cancel Christmas parties and call for pre-arrival testing

BBC News 01 Dec 2021
Co-op latest supermarket to not enforce mask wearing ... Supermarkets are taking a light touch approach with Tesco, Aldi, Lidl and Iceland also not challenging customers, while industry body the British Retail Consortium has said it is up to police to enforce the rule.

TribLive Taste Test: Illegal Chips

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 01 Dec 2021
It’s not real horse meat ... is dubious at best. ... Again, let us stress ... • Horse. But again, say it with us ... While American consumers have a tough time envisioning it as something other than a noble companion or work animal, horse can be purchased at most supermarket butchers in France, and it is regularly served in Finland and Iceland as well.

Some supermarkets will not enforce mask wearing

BBC News 30 Nov 2021
Some supermarkets have said they will not be enforcing new face mask rules brought back in after concerns about the Omicron coronavirus variant. Supermarket chain Iceland told the BBC its staff would not ask customers to wear masks to stop them facing abuse ... Supermarkets have a ...

English retailers wary of enforcing masks in public

Business Day 30 Nov 2021
They’re already working under significant pressure, especially as we hit the busiest trading month of the year,” Richard Walker, MD of the Iceland supermarket chain told BBC radio ... Tesco and Sainsbury’s, Britain’s two biggest supermarket groups, similarly said they are asking customers to wear masks, using new signs and posters ... Reuters .

Not our job to enforce mask wearing in stores, say English retailers

Reuters 30 Nov 2021
They're already working under significant pressure, especially as we hit the busiest trading month of the year," Richard Walker, managing director of the Iceland supermarket chain told BBC radio.

Masks compulsory in shops from today as Iceland boss says he won't ask staff to ...

The Daily Telegraph 30 Nov 2021
Face masks have once again become mandatory in shops in England from this morning, but one supermarket chain will not be asking its staff to enforce the tighter Covid restrictions.� ... Richard Walker, managing director of Iceland, said that while he was in favour of the stricter guidance, it was not up to supermarkets to enforce the changes.� ... Save ... .

Iceland supermarket boss says his staff WON’T force shoppers to wear masks – despite new ...

The Sun 29 Nov 2021
ICELAND supermarket WON'T be forcing their shoppers to wear masks, despite the new Covid rules being introduced this week ... Richard Walker, the managing director of Iceland, said his staff on shop floors could not be asked to intervene when they spot someone not wearing a mask.

Will you take out TURKEY INSURANCE this Christmas? Iceland guarantees first 150,000 customers to sign ...

The Daily Mail 19 Nov 2021
Whilst some are playing it safe and buying a turkey to freeze now, Iceland has taken matters a step further by offering its customers 'turkey insurance'. The supermarket's guarantee promises to deliver every customer who signs up a turkey they can gobble up on Christmas Day ... Andrew Staniland, frozen trading director at Iceland Foods, said.

Iceland offers customers TURKEY INSURANCE to ease worries over Christmas supply shortages

This is Money 19 Nov 2021
Whilst some are playing it safe and buying a turkey to freeze now, Iceland has taken matters a step further by offering its customers 'turkey insurance'.��. The supermarket's guarantee promises to ...

Want the best mince pies? Go to Iceland . . . or Tesco, or Co-op

The Times/The Sunday Times 18 Nov 2021
Iceland supermarket may be best known as a discount retailer of principally frozen food but it will be stocking the best mince pies this Christmas, ...

Tesco, Sainsbury's, Co-op, Iceland mince pie taste test - Which? reveal the best

York Press 18 Nov 2021
Tesco, Co-op and Iceland were crowned joint winners in the annual supermarket mince pie taste test conducted by Which? ... .

Want more money? Here’s the supermarket that pays the highest wage

The Motley Fool 17 Nov 2021
You may associate this supermarket with picking up a bargain or browsing the mythical curiosities of its middle aisles. But German grocery giant Lidl is soon to become the highest-paying supermarket in the UK. Here’s exactly how much it’ll be paying staff, how its wages compare to those of other supermarkets, and why it’s bumping up salaries.

‘I’ve never known it like this’ – the UK’s struggle to get the Christmas turkey to the table

The Observer 14 Nov 2021
These are not just turkeys, these are the “Rolls-Royce of turkeys” ... Photograph ... Photograph ... The warnings sent many shoppers rushing to supermarkets to buy a frozen bird to avoid disappointment come Christmas Day. Food retailers Iceland and Aldi have reported frozen turkeys flying out of the freezer far earlier than in previous years ... Photograph ... .

'Bounty return scheme' launched for 'most hated chocolate' in the Celebrations tin

ITV 11 Nov 2021
There are many things you can be certain of during the festive period, and one of those certainties is that the humble Bounty bar will always be left behind in a box of Celebrations ... Bounty is the country's least favourite chocolate from Celebrations boxes, a survey said ... Iceland supermarket responded ... .