Analysis: What Tesco’s ‘coronavirus quarter’ reveals about the future of grocery

Dave Lewis

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis signed off his tenure by detailing a trading period “beyond imagination” as the coronavirus pandemic transformed food shopping patterns. We look at the implications for Tesco and the grocery market.

While Lewis has often bridled at the moniker ‘the man who saved Tesco’, the work that he and his team have done in the past three months could see him leave not just a rescuer but revolutionary. 

Lewis said today that “over the past three months our industry has changed beyond imagination”.

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