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Google is allowing consumers to buy products from within YouTube ads as it sets its sights on Amazon and eBay’s ecommerce dominance.
Read Retail Week PayPal Grocery supplement as a fully digital edition.
Families had an extra £17 a week in their pockets in April compared to the same period last year thanks to falling food, fuel and utility costs.
Dutch grocery giant Ahold has reported a drop in revenues during its first quarter as cut-price deals took their toll on profit margins.
British retail sales are “bounding ahead” as expectations for sales next month hit their highest level for 27 years, according to the CBI.
More than 100,000 people across the UK have called on supermarkets to give their food waste to charity after similar laws were passed in France.
Content editor Nicola Harrison sits down with Besi senior analyst Tony Shiret to discuss the top stories from the past seven days.
Booker bosses insist its acquisition of Musgrave Retail Group, which includes convenience specialists Londis and Budgens, will help independent retailers that run the stores to “prosper”.
Britain has fallen into deflation for the first time in more than half a century, driven by falling fuel costs and the grocery price war.
When Charles Wilson left Marks & Spencer to join Booker as chief executive in 2005, many observers’ eyebrows leaped in surprise.
After years of disappointing the City, Marks & Spencer boss Marc Bolland was finally able to present a cheerful set of figures yesterday.