Iceland swings to profit as pandemic buying sends sales skyrocketing

Iceland Clapham

Sales at Iceland surged in the six months to September as consumers shopped locally and stocked up on frozen food.

The retailer said sales were up 22% to £1.7bn in the 24 weeks to September 11.

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