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Retailers are beginning to understand the importance in stocking more healthy products in their store, says HIM’s Chloe Kent.
Budgens retailer David Knight takes the long view on the proposed Tesco-Booker merger.
Donna Mullan, co-owner of Mullan’s Spar in Armagh, describes the impact of winning CRA 2017.
After six months, Dan’s refitted and enlarged store is ready to open.
Almost two-thirds of shoppers in c-stores agree that trust in a retailer brand is very important, says HIM’s Alice Dolling.
The ‘war of attrition’ over a deposit return scheme in Scotland is akin to The Wire, says Pete Cheema.
It’s been a mixed bag on business rates, despite positive measures in the Budget, says James Lowman.
Take care amid incoming legislation and declining usage, writes HIM’s Louise McWhirter.
Steve Barnes, chief executive of GroceryAid, highlights the importance of the industry charity.
The multiples can learn a lot from independents about responsible retailing, Sam argues.
It’s all go for Raaj Chandarana, who has made an important breakthrough in extending his Tara’s News store in High Wycombe.
There’s only so much that tinkering with business rates can achieve, says editor David Rees.
In terms of what shoppers are looking for from their c-store, it is very much a case of getting the basics right, says Gary Shaw.
Last year’s CRA winner reflects on plans for the year ahead following an unpredictable 2016.
While the announcement of the ‘Besco’ merger took pretty much everyone by surprise, on reflection perhaps we should have seen it, or something like it, a mile off, writes editor David Rees
With Dan in the midst of his store refit, he has found himself pondering the nature of his role as a c-store owner.
Bank branch closures will impact convenience stores and the communities they serve, argues Pete Cheema.
Businesses must have the right to challenge unfair rating assessments, says James Lowman.
C-stores should cater for the rapidly increasing number of shoppers that consider themselves to have food intolerances, says HIM’s Ruth Cousins.
If there is a theme for this year it could be ‘do it yourself’, writes editor David Rees.
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