Sainsbury’s revealed its full-year figures today as boss Justin King prepares to leave. Retail Week takes a look at the numbers.


Sainsbury’s underlying group sales which grew 2.8% in the year


Like-for-like sales growth in the year


Full-year underlying pre-tax profit which increased 5.3%


Operational cost savings in the year


Sainsbury’s market share, which is its highest for a decade


The full-year increase to underlying operating margin


Year-on-year online sales increase in the period, generating more than £1bn of sales


Its ranking as a homeware retailer by value after it achieved general merchandise sales of over £1bn


Sales across its Taste the Difference range which achieved double-digit growth in the year


Sales generated by its Tu clothing range across the year


The market value of Sainsbury’s property portfolio


The number of Sainsbury’s staff who have a City & Guilds-accredited training through its seven food colleges


British sourcing Sainsbury’s has achieved for its fresh pork, breaded and roast chicken, frozen chickens and chicken portions


The proportion of the convenience market Sainsbury’s accounts for.