Co-op invests £240m into membership offering to slash prices

Co-op store sign

The Co-op has announced plans to invest more than £240m into its membership model in a bid to slash prices for customers.

The c-store specialist, which operates more than 2,400 stores and 800 funeral homes, announced the five-year investment plan as part of its broader turnaround efforts under group chief executive Shirine Khoury-Haq.

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