Monday, 25 May 2020

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Tesco to cut 4,500 jobs in Metro restructuring

LONDON: British supermarket chain Tesco is cutting about 4,500 jobs from its Metro stores to improve the efficiency of a format that is increasingly used by customers daily rather than for a traditional weekly shop. Tesco, both the biggest retailer and largest private sector employer in Britain, is restructuring operations ...

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ASDA to limit purchases of fizzy drinks

LONDON: Supermarket giant Asda has rationed sales of fizzy drinks, after panic-stricken shoppers started bulk buying over fears of a CO2 shortage hitting supplies. Online sales of certain soft-drinks like Pepsi, Fanta and 7Up have been restricted on the shop’s site. Crumpets, Coca cola, meat and beer have already been ...

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Amazon opens a checkout-free supermarket

In a move that could revolutionise the way we buy groceries, Amazon opens its first supermarket without checkouts – human or self-service – to shoppers on Monday. Amazon Go, in Seattle, has been tested by staff for the past year. It uses an array of ceiling-mounted cameras to identify each ...

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Tesco will become the first supermarket to go food waste-free

LONDON: The supermarket giant says that all edible food products will be passed on to local charities to help nearby poor or homeless communities. Dave Lewis, who spent nearly three decades at Unilever before becoming the chief executive of Tesco in 2014, said the initiative will involve all 2,654 stores ...

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Morrisons is now selling foot long sausage rolls for £1

MORRISONS has begun selling sausage rolls that are twice the size of Greggs’ for just £1. The national supermarket chain has today launched the new savoury treat, which is believed to be the biggest in the whole of the UK. It weighs half a kilo and is ‘double the length ...

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