There is more to being a winner in the grocery stakes than just low price – and today fresh seems to be at the heart of everything.
Disposable income hit £200 per week for the average UK family last month, the highest level of spending power on record.
Aldi has opened its first pop-up wine store for three days in Boxpark Shoreditch, highlighting its online wine offer and expertise.
Value operator B&M has reported a surge in full-year profits and sales as it opened a record number stores in its last financial year.
Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on Co-op’s return to its 1960s logo, led by CEO Richard Pennycook and chair Allan Leighton.
The Auchan-Système U buying alliance is facing an investigation by French competition authorities that could have wider ramifications.
Retail round-up on May 26, 2016: KPMG appointed as examiner to Debenhams Ireland and Aldi to open its first standalone wine pop-up store.
M&S’s new chief executive Steve Rowe today claimed retail is “a very simple business” as he unveiled plans to revitalise its ailing clothing arm.
M&S has posted a slump in full-year profits as new boss Steve Rowe warned his strategy will have an “adverse effect” on short-term earnings.
The Co-op will launch its first TV advertising campaign since the return of its cloverleaf logo tonight to showcase its summer range.
Sainsbury’s has equipped some of its shoppers with smart fridges allowing them to see the items they have at home via their smartphone.
Retail Week faces its toughest challenge yet, something is rotten in the Forest of Dean and toilet roll chancers get creative at Walmart.
The watch brand and retailer Swatch has a vibrant store design that’s up to the minute. John Ryan visits an example in Beirut
As Co-op reveals plans to revert to its clover logo from the 1960s, we compare the latest rebrand with the 2014 refit of its Old Street store.
John Lewis sales jumped last week as performance of its electricals and home technology category drove an overall uplift in revenues.
Asda has posted a 5.7% slump in first quarter like-for-like sales as the grocer continued to struggle amid “fierce competition”.
In the wake of Asda’s seventh consecutive quarter of falling sales, the grocer’s boss, Andy Clarke, hit the proverbial nail on the head.
Morrisons has struck a deal with shoe repairs specialist Timpson as the grocer accelerates its drive to make better use of store space.
Food wholesaler and retailer Booker has reported an 11% rise in full-year profits but warns of “increasing price competition” in the UK.
Retail sales enjoyed a surprise jump in April despite colder weather denting performance across the fashion and footwear sectors.
Convenience chain My Local is planning to sell around 10% of its estate to rivals, including Sainsbury’s, according to reports.
Megacities remain a hot topic as urbanisation, wealth centralisation and diverse consumer communities have piqued multinationals’ interest.
A little New York deli flavour can be found in the Republic of Ireland, thanks to the capital’s four Fresh The Good Food Markets
Retail round-up on May 18, 2016: Sports Direct's Mike Ashley may refuse to answer MPs' questions and My Local poised to sell 10% of its sites.
Fortnum & Mason boss Ewan Venters explains how being relevant and talking to the world is vital in order to ensure footfall through your door.