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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
It is imperative that BWS suppliers begin to understand the threats and opportunities Minimum Unit Pricing may present for their brands, says HIM’s Josh Clifton.
The CMA needs to consider very carefully whether the proposed Asda-Sainsbury’s merger is in the best interests of shoppers and the market as a whole, writes C-Store’s editor.
Sound planning has paid off for Broadway Convenience, but the battle isn’t over yet, says Linda
We now operate the latest system in our stores, Network Video Recorders (NVRs), which can produce playback quality that will make your Digital Video Recorders feel out of date, writes Welcome Co-op franchisee Richard.
There is a huge opportunity for retailers to take a proactive approach in making healthy foods more accessible and affordable to a wider population, writes HIM’s Heidi Lanschuetzer.
The Scottish Grocers Federation is celebrating 100 years of supporting retailers.
The trick is to make it easy for consumers to recycle, not to develop an elaborate mechanism for recirculating 8p charges through the retail industry, writes C-Store’s editor.
Crimes such as shop theft need to be taken more seriously, says James Lowman.
That expensive gantry may be a smart move, saving you in terms of cash and hassle, says Richard.
If there is a common thread that runs through all of our main CRA winners, it is that they have forged their own individual identities in the markets in which they operate, says David.
Mission-led merchandising can be key to driving higher basket size and spend, says HIM’s Giorgio Rigali.
More red tape isn’t the answer to preventing the sale of energy drinks to children, argues Premier retailer Samantha.
The Booker-Tesco merger needs to be a launchpad for a more profitable and competitive future for the thousands of small businesses that depend on Booker to be a strong, stable and effective partner.
Maybe now is the time to refresh your staff management, writes Welcome Co-op franchisee Richard.
Cuts to the Link cash machine interchange fee are concerning, says James Lowman.
HIM data shows that those aged 65 years and older make up almost a quarter (23%) of total c-store shoppers, writes Heidi Lanschuetzer.
Consolidation in the sector has turned Budgens retailer David’s thoughts to franchising.
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