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Owner Andrew Thornton discusses his vision to eliminate plastic packaging in store, and urges the backing of manufacturers and retailers.
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North London retailer Andrew Thornton has renewed calls for major manufacturers to “get on board” his plastic-free revolution after unveiling an ‘unpackaged’ range of 200 products in his Thornton’s Budgens store.
Budgens is in “great shape” after recruiting 70 stores in the past year and expanding in to 12 new counties, according to brand director Mike Baker.
Almost three-quarters (73%) of British shoppers prefer to buy products with environmentally-friendly packaging, according to IRI’s European Shopper Insights Survey.
Premier Eldred Drive store manager Anita Nye discusses how a customer attack has affected her in the long-term, and how she and her team are managing to stay positive and operate efficiently during lockdown.
The owner of One Stop Leamington Spa in Warwickshire reveals emerging shopper trends and how he has adapted to them
The owner of James Convenience Retail explains how some of his 54 stores are thriving, while others have had to close, and makes predictions on how coronavirus will shape the future of the sector
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