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Articles from Grocer (August 18, 2007)

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... As milk shortage looms this winter. Brief article 172
... As Parfetts muscles in on convenience with Local 4U. Brief article 261
A case of old salt and vinegar. Brief article 104
Abattoirs work to lift depleted stocks. Brief article 153
Acquisitive P&H swoops. Phillips, Beth 546
All in favour of the fry-up: the traditional cooked breakfast has retained its appeal despite the frowns of health watchdogs, but the trend is towards premium products and weekend occasions. 1044
Alpro soya. Brief article 150
Applecrop 3% down. Brief article 106
Asda claims results beat targets in Q2. Brief article 152
Asda could face thousands of court cases over staff contracts. McLelland, Fiona 329
Availability. 470
Babyfood promises Generation Organic: half of all UK babies now eat organic babyfood. Does this signal greater opportunities ahead. Carey, Paul 604
Beware email--it's as bad for you as sleep deprivation. Crabb, Steve Column 501
Blow torch offer for the perfect dessert. Brief article 148
Booths redraws plan for Barrowford store. Brief article 170
Both milk and dairy-free pump up the nutritional power. Brief article 315
Breakfast baking with Doughboy. Brief article 173
Calpol to boost kids' remedies in grocery. Carmichael, Mary Brief article 301
Cereal brands sow their oats: continued consumer demand for healthy products--and some innovative moves on the part of manufacturers--is driving the breakfast market. Lyons, Teena 939
Cereals bars: where do they belong? Brief article 318
Chef creates dishes in Peroni lager deal. Brief article 150
Climbing the ladder. Interview 400
Coke Zero. Brief article 153
Consumer feedback. Brief article 246
Convenience and speed are critical. 439
Credit market blow to Somerfield plan. Brief article 217
Diet concerns are driving growth. 832
Don't be too basic with Polish lines. Wolski, Ryszard Letter to the editor 198
E.coli blow for new Morrisons adverts. Brief article 207
Elvis on Stilton. Brief article 125
Empty M&S shelves anger Irish farmers. Garvey, Anthony Brief article 306
Eureka. 425
FDF unveils new phase in GDA drive. Brief article 205
Fears of FMD spread recede but pricing concerns persist. Cole, Belinda 369
FFB confident UK exports will weather foot and mouth crisis. Brief article 253
Fiji Water fights off eco-unfriendly tag. Brief article 157
Foot and mouth's red tape chaos. Allen, Dave Letter to the editor 264
Freezing conditions hit Hass avocados. Brief article 168
Honey: healthy and handy: headlines extolling its health-giving properties have helped honey to overtake marmalade and become the second-biggest seller after jam in sweet spreads. 581
How do you protect a business against flood? The recent floods caused massive property damage to businesses, but a greater cost can be loss of profit or reputation caused by disruption. Our experts offer planning and recovery advice. Warner, Guy 596
I want that job! Brief article 157
In May, Quaker brought out a range of premium oat-based mueslis supported by a 3m [pounds sterling] spend. Brief article 111
Incpen may be active but is not an activist. Bickerstaffe, Jane Letter to the editor 183
Inquiry 'blind to vouchers threat'. Hegarty, Ronan 438
Is Brown's 'fair price' pledge just hot air? The PM has pledged to ensure supermarkets do not exploit foot and mouth to lower prices paid to suppliers, but is this just an empty gesture? Chomka, Stefan; Cole, Belinda 904
Kellogg's leads pack in cereal/health bar offers; Kellogg's maintains its lead in featured space activity so far this year in the cereal/health bar sub-category, albeit with a big drop. Staniland, Kay Industry overview 472
Kellogg's, usually associated with corn, wheat and rice-based cereal brands, added oats to several lines as part of a strategy to establish its brands more firmly as health products. Brief article 101
Lager stuck in decline as drinkers get classy. Lewis, Robyn Brief article 254
Last of the summer beer. Brief article 169
Let's have science and sense with GM. de Saja, Jorge Letter to the editor 217
Local food makes its English debut in Tesco Express store. McLelland, Fiona Brief article 322
London operator finds success by keeping it local: store visit Budgens Crouch End, London. Phillips, Beth Company overview 749
Lucozade Sport. Brief article 131
Mars fails in bid for vegetarian approval. Williams, Calie Brief article 210
McCain takes spuds on health, premium drive. Carmichael, Mary 329
Meat chiefs optimistic over end to export ban. Ingham, Michael Brief article 317
Migrant workers were left unpaid for 35 days. Meenehan, Greg Brief article 331
Milk benefits from health drive. Partis, Rory Brief article 313
Nestle profit lifted by wellness trend. Financial report 150
New origins scheme ticks all the boxes. 139
New stores in India a boost for Waitrose. Brief article 103
Non food. Beckett, Alex Statistical data 1044
Nutrient Profiling: FSA denies u-turn over milk ads for kids. Brief article 242
Opinion. Leyland, Adam Brief article 290
Organic should be for the masses: organic food may be in danger of becoming a style statement or of falling prey to the financial demands of the major retailers. Blythman, Joanna 398
Organic soya drink in one-shot format. Brief article 153
Our man from DRIP: Don Pumsey at the Department of Retail Infrastructure and Pricing. Pumsey, Don 328
Pile Brit food high--but sell it for what it's worth: it's time to get ready for British Food Fortnight--but forget discounting. Focus instead on quality, freshness and environmental soundness. Kershaw, Tim 527
Price survey. Beckett, Alex Statistical table 1425
Prices fall despite weather damage. Brief article 220
Private equity is a great place to be. Percy, Geoff Letter to the editor 217
Public wants choice. 351
Quite simply, breakfast utopia. 463
Red Tractor and other labels fail to register with shoppers. Cole, Belinda Brief article 357
Regional sourcing for Tesco in north. Brief article 156
Report calls for car ban around shops. Brief article 232
Report reveals dearth of skills on supply side. Williams, Calie Brief article 290
Research notes. Richards, Drummond 483
Rippleglen planning to add grocery to its CTN stores ... Phillips, Beth 339
SA sparkling wine in a can set for EU. 157
Scots grocers blast tobacco licence plan. Brief article 139
Second L'Olivier for ethical wine label. Brief article 146
Select & Save drive targets Bargain Booze. Brief article 125
Share of space: weekend 12/08/2007. Statistical table 166
ShelfHelp: build your sales with P&G. 203
Shoppers willing to experiment. 832
Soundbites. Brief article 227
Soundbites. 239
Spotlight. Montgomery, Nell 466
Stand by us, Scots urge supermarkets. Brief article 110
Stewart rises to bigger role in Asda BWS. Brief article 103
Survey: 77% back shared deliveries. Survey 139
Tapping into spirit aisles: spirits aisles have huge potential to increase average spend, but how do stores get the most out of them? Lewis, Robyn 1143
Tastees. Brief article 120
Tesco bogof on Magners a fresh blow to Irish firm. Garvey, Anthony Brief article 328
Tesco firm retreats over longer hours. Brief article 151
The alternative CV. Interview 369
The brand manager: a return to tradition. Harold, Jackie Brief article 189
The buying manager: snacking set to grow. Armstrong, Sarah Brief article 187
The manager: opportunities for growth. Barnard, Mary Brief article 192
Think you know your labels? 916
This week a year ago the winner was ... Brief article 141
This week's hot topic. Chomka, Stefan Brief article 199
TLC works wonders for stocks; stock crisis? What stock crisis? Two former champions of The Grocer 33 have landed this week's Top Store award for Sainsbury's in Loughborough by ensuring excellent availability. Beckett, Alex Interview 595
Toast is getting a trendy makeover. 475
Top-up shop. Statistical table 507
Trendy kombucha gets an organic lift. Riley, Lisa Brief article 288
Truckers eschew pies, opt for fruit. Brief article 115
Um Bongo dances to regulatory beat. Brief article 151
Uncle Ben's Risotto. Brief article 209
Utterly Butterly adds healthier Omega-3. Brief article 160
Walkers' Nonsuch. Brief article 116
Walkers. Brief article 107
We ask ... does the lottery generate business? 903
Welfare not key for pork shoppers. Brief article 142
What the papers said. Brief article 331
Wiseman hike fails to see off rebellion ... Williams, Calie Brief article 314
Wispa's limited edition, back by popular demand. Carmichael, Mary Brief article 323

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