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GroceryAid chief executive Steve Barnes discusses the findings of its new Impact Report.
Shoppers are increasingly turning to forecourts for their weekly top-up needs, writes Giorgio Rigali.
The Local Shop Report shows how the sector is offering employment flexibility, says James.
The growing illicit trade in e-cigarettes needs addressing by government urgently, argues Sam.
As many as 27% of shoppers want more healthier options to be available within meal deals so tap into this trend, says Giorgio Rigali.
If the government wants to torch the business rates system, that’s fine by us, but many of the things that would make the system fairer and more effective don’t need a whole new system.
Link must continue to be held to account over the effects of interchange fee cuts, James argues.
More shoppers are using the discounters to top up, creating a huge challenge for the convenience sector, writes Giorgio Rigali.
Many excellent retailers are not making the most of epos and technology, says Welcome Co-op franchisee Richard.
Restrictions on promotions of snacks and confectionery need to work for all parties, argues Pete.
Legislation has to be policed correctly to protect the many responsible retailers who often lose out financially because they comply with the law, says Samantha.
It’s crucial retailers are catering for viewers’ needs, tempting them through quality ranges, eye-catching displays and enticing cross-promotions, writes HIM’s Dominic Burrell.
Richard discusses the benefits of using RDM units to monitor temperatures in his chillers and freezers.
The recent expert report on tackling retail crime takes a pragmatic approach, says James.
Making it easy for shoppers to choose a healthier option over a not-so-healthy one is paramount, writes HIM’s Heidi Lanschuetzer.
Our research indicates that retailers, and consumers, have simply got used to the inconveniences of tobacco regulation and carried on, says C-Store’s editor.
Welcome Co-op franchisee Richard Inglis offers some top tips on some vital technology.
Linda and her staff are still having to educate mystified shoppers about Minimum Unit Pricing in Scotland.
The completion of the Co-op’s takeover of Nisa signals the start of a whole new way of doing business, not just for Nisa retailers but for Costcutter stores, too, writes C-Store’s editor.
There is much more to consider than rates per hour when it comes to employment, argues James
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