Retailing Crisis

Sainsbury warns of Brexit-related cost uncertainties

Sainsbury reported a 0.5% drop in like-for-like sales (excluding fuel) in its fourth-quarter trading update (J Sainsbury plc/Flickr)

Sainsbury, Britain’s second largest retailer, has warned of turbulent times ahead related to Brexit, as it reported a 0.5% drop in like-for-like sales.

Morrisons profit increased 11.6% in the 12 months to January 29

Morrisons’ profit would make Sir Ken ‘very happy’

Groceries Code Adjudicator Christine Tacon has welcomed an increase in contact from suppliers

Supermarket forecasting errors and ‘pay to stay’ hurt suppliers

The Groceries Supply Code of Practice covers 10 large grocery retailers

Groceries Code comes under scrutiny

More than 100 Budgens stores are to remain open

Over 800 jobs lost as 34 Budgens stores close

Amazon has already launched its fresh delivery service in the UK

Amazon could open drive-thru stores

Greggs reported a 10% rise in profits in its full-year trading update

Greggs profits rise 10% as food-to-go sales rise

GroceryAid can change lives

GroceryAid: ‘Everyone can turn to us’

Unilever chief executive Paul Polman abandons its sustainability credentials at his peril, suggests one City analyst

Unilever review likely to lead to food disposals

Hotel Chocolat reported 'stellar growth', according to one analyst

Hotel Chocolat reports ‘stellar growth’

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