Superdry losses narrow as it makes sustainability gains

Superdry at Manchester Arndale exterior

Superdry recorded a smaller dip in profits as its sustainability plans begin to bear fruit.

The fashion retailer reported an adjusted loss before tax of £12.6m for the 52-week period to April 24 as it felt the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

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