Blakemore Wholesale has opened the first Bmorelocal store in North Wales, bringing its total estate of stores up to six.
Nisa Retail has relaxed its criteria for symbol group members wishing to refit to the Store of the Future 2 format.
Costcutter and Palmer and Harvey’s joint negotiation company The BuyCo is to shut, the companies have announced.
Costcutter Supermarkets Group has branched out its Shopper First rebranding programme to a third store, in Lincolnshire focussed around its food to go offer.
All 34 Budgens stores operated by Food Retailer Operations Limited (FROL) are to cease trading, administrators have announced.
Simply Fresh has launched its first store in Northern Ireland with the opening of a 2,800sq ft site in Holywood, on the outskirts of Belfast
Conviviality Retail has acquired KMD Enterprises Ltd, which operates 15 convenience stores in the South East of England.
Mehmet Guzel has opened his second Simply Fresh outlet in London.
Nisa has won the contract to supply the 298 convenience stores which McColl’s Retail Group recently acquired from the Co-operative Group.
Nisa Retail has announced a two-year deal with Bourne Leisure to supply 39 stores within Haven and Butlin’s holiday park resorts.
Costcutter has unveiled a store rebranding programme backed up by a new toolkit for retailers enabling them to tailor their offer to their local catchment
Spar Luxury Mince Pies have rated ahead of competition from the supermarketsand premium retailers in the Good Housekeeping Institute’s Christmas review.
Booker is “bang on track” with the integration of Londis and Budgens, with sales and profits up and customer satisfaction improving, according to the wholesaler
Nisa Retail has announced a 21.9% increase in sales of its fresh produce range for the first half of the year.
Nisa has appointed Peter Hartley as its new chairman following the resignation of Christopher Baker on 2 September.
Premier has announced that it has reached the over 3,300 Premier stores across the UK, after recruiting 330 new members into the group during the last financial year.
Eat 17 is set to open its third Spar store in a former My Local site in Whitstable, Kent.
Costcutter retailer Jaranjeet Singh has opened a new store on in Fareham after a £50,000 investment, his second store in Hampshire after taking over a store in Gosport last year.
Costcutter Supermarkets Group has announced an 8.9% decline in annual turnover, although year-on-year growth returned in the second half of 2015.
Blakemore Retail has announced a long-term supply contract with fuel brand Jet, which will see two UK Spar forecourt sites become dual brands.