Boots UK sales slide as parent Walgreens ups profit guidance

Boots London sign

Boots has endured a slump in second-quarter sales as parent company Walgreens blamed the reintroduction of lockdown restrictions for the “set back” in its revenue recovery.

Like-for-like retail sales fell 17.9% at Walgreens Boots Alliance’s UK division during the three months to the end of February.

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