Independent retailers will be offered financial incentives to join Nisa on 4 July, to mark the group’s support for Independents’ Day UK.
McColl’s has announced the appointment of Richard Crampton to the newly-created position of chief commercial officer.
A Nisa Local store in Dorset is set to reopen following the completion of a makeover in time for summer.
Own-label is struggling to make any significant headway in the convenience sector despite improvements in appearance and product quality, according to exclusive research from MCA Insight & HIM.
Booker’s symbol group Premier was named The Shoppers’ Favourite Convenience Retailer at the 2019 HIM Awards on Thursday.
Booker’s largest symbol group Premier is celebrating its 25th anniversary this summer with a host of special offer deals and consumer prize competitions.
Londis is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year with a host of promotional activity including consumer prize draws.
A Lawrence Hunt Spar store in Leyland, Lancashire, has reopened with a local butchery concession following a £300,000 revamp.
Co-op own brand products now account for 16% of all Nisa sales volume, or one in six products sold, the group has reported.
Costcutter Supermarket Group (CSG) has unveiled the next phase of its Shopper First programme in an effort to drive retailers’ sales.
Nisa has signed a deal with UK garden centre chain Dobbies, which is seeking to make more of its new ‘Foodhall’ offer and the growing top-up shopping opportunity in 35 of its stores.
The latest accounts for Costcutter Supermarkets Group show that the organisation has continued to lose money in 2018, but the management team remains confident that the group has turned a corner back into positive territory following the new supply deal with the Co-op.
Costcutter has unveiled the first of its new-look Mace store fascias, following the rollout of its Shopper First programme.
Booker is offering retailers enhanced margins on key lines following pressure from customers.
A convenience store in Bedfordshire is racking up double digit sales growth across almost every category following a refit and remerchandise at the start of this year.
The introduction of more than 800 Co-op products into Costcutter-supplied stores is helping to drive standards across the group, Costcutter claims.
The chief executives of the Co-op Group and Costcutter have joined forces with grocery multiples to warn MPs that their customers will be among the first to experience the realities of a no-deal Brexit.
Spare Snacks is reformulating and rebranding its snack portfolio, which is made using unwanted fruit and vegetables
The Motor Fuel Group (MFG) is set to rebrand 110 of its forecourt stores from Spar to Londis or Budgens, following an extension of its supply agreement with Booker Retail Partners (BRP).
High-profile Budgens retailer Guy Warner has agreed to sell four of his Cotswolds-based stores to the Midcounties Co-operative.
Spar has announced the appointment of two interim managing directors to succeed Debbie Robinson, who is set to take the helm at Central England Co-operative.
Nisa donated almost £1m to charities across the UK and Ireland through its Making a Difference Locally (MADL) campaign in 2018.
Nisa Retail has announced that a new and updated version of its Epos system will roll out to retailers from February this year.
Long-serving Costcutter retailers Michelle and Mike Brown have invested in a new refurbishment in a bid to become the group’s flagship store of the North East.
Nisa has launched a festive campaign, offering a range of deals across various categories.
The merger of Nisa with the Co-operative Group has been about “giving partner retailers something additional and complementary, not just a takeover,” according to Nisa chief executive Ken Towle.
Londis has launched its first ever Christmas social media campaign, giving shoppers a chance to win £500 towards their festive shopping.
Blakemore Retail’s Droitwich Spar store has relaunched with a wider range of food-to-go options for its customers.
Christie & Co has been appointed to market eight stores owned by Scottish Spar retailer and distributor CJ Lang.
Nisa stores that converted to the latest Evolution format over the past 12 months have enjoyed an average sales rise of 11.8%, according to the symbol group.