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Articles from Grocer (November 29, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
"The mothballing of Fenland may yet prove an inspiration". Ball, James 185
'Wall of leaves' putting off shoppers for salads. Barker, Michael Brief article 296
Ad of the week: Biggins is the big gun in Iceland's celebrity spot. 184
AF Blakemore approves Spar retailer loans. Brief article 184
All change at the top for the global grocery retail giants: both Wal-Mart and Carrefour have new leaders as the global economic crisis bites ever harder. What will they bring to the party. Smith, Chloe; Taylor, Julia Financial report 1174
All smiles at a new type of Waitrose. Grew, Joanne 721
Amish farmers in the US are embroiled in a legal battle with the US Deportment of Agriculture over RFID togging of cattle, claiming the practice threatens their religious beliefs. Brief article 107
Arla loses key legal fight over milk supply contract. Walkland, Chris Brief article 301
Asda delivers all-round excellence. Grew, Joanne; Ball, James 1380
Asda to reveal online revamp in new year. Brief article 128
Atkins is back. Brief article 133
Availability. 119
Bakkavor debt sparks retailer supply nerves. Ball, James Brief article 335
Banger with bacon from Black Farmer. Brief article 160
Beer-style smoothie: the men's soft drink that's not for softies. Beckett, Alex Brief article 264
Bid to tackle concerns over dredged scallops. Brief article 136
Big business needs finance support too. Brief article 132
Booze makes up a quarter of all deals. Ball, James Statistical table 2277
Bottle water brands hit out at tap water. Brief article 142
Brussels rumoured to take supermarket investigation reins. Hegarty, Ronan Brief article 244
Budget squash brand moves into fruit juice. Lewis, Robyn Brief article 316
C-stores make hampers to boost trade. Brief article 123
Credit crunch is good news for sales of Durex. Brief article 192
Critical eye. Wright, Charlie Column 354
Croydon indies and wholesalers fear effects of giant new Costco. 239
Dairy calves reared for Asda's beef range. Brief article 151
Dairy industry fears flood of imports will drive prices down. Barker, Michael Brief article 268
DFB 1st Grade targets gap in cheese market. Brief article 146
Dieting puts on the pounds: the dieting market felt the pinch when Brits turned their backs on traditional diets, but is set to put the pounds back on as producers embrace change. Clements, Alison 1024
Don Pumsey: our man from drip: at the department of retail infrastructure and pricing. 335
Dove rivals Vaseline in dry skin treatment. Brief article 167
EU 'misses chance to save bluefin tuna'. Brief article 136
EU specialities go for combined approach. Lewis, Robyn Brief article 212
Experts say there is no role for GM. Pressland, Kevin Letter to the editor 324
Farms revitalise the countryside. Oliver, Tim Letter to the editor 139
FDF vows to stick to tough green targets. Brief article 191
Flooding 'won't lead to grape shortages'. Brief article 139
Former Nisa rebels lose bid to join board. Brief article 134
Foster named Makro field operations heed. Phillips, Beth Brief article 222
Fox's Dunked could sink without a trace. Brief article 136
Frozen Value aiming for record turnover. Brief article 153
Ginsters: from motorway to moo cow. Brief article 283
Grocery retailers set to pick over prime Woolworths stores. Phillips, Beth; Smith, Chloe; Cripps, Peter Brief article 249
Ian Duncan: managing director, whatsmybrand.com. 319
If information is power why isn't the industry listening? Market research techniques are becoming more sophisticated, but is the food industry taking full advantage of the data available. Hughes, Nick 577
In season: pomegranates. Brief article 187
Indies: prioritise illicit tobacco over display. Phillips, Beth Brief article 309
Kepak targets hot appetites of stay-at-home lads. Brief article 206
Key drinks brand prices resilient. Brief article 290
KitKat gets 'costliest campaign' in history of confectionery ads. Lewis, Robyn Brief article 273
Leader. Leyland, Adam Brief article 331
Liptrot joins Blakemore to fuel delivered growth. Cripps, Peter 331
Mandatory charges for bags come closer. Brief article 137
Marks: sell-off averted referral to commission. Phillips, Beth Brief article 325
Meat strikes called off as union reaches agreement. Barker, Michael Brief article 321
Multiples rush in VAT cuts but duty hikes anger beer industry. Brief article 225
Netto MD Lancaster joins Morrisons team. Brief article 133
NFU hits out over cut to organic milk price. Brief article 148
NFU song is what you call a turkey. Brief article 203
Now more than ever, stop the cash leakage: companies must scrutinise their supply chains to weed out early and excess inventory building up. O'Regan, Dan 325
Oral-B triumph smartguide. Brief article 290
Our top three innovations. Brief article 317
Our top three innovations. 313
Peperami: it's a bit of a (unique) animal. Brief article 180
Premium pies boost market value 5.8%. Brief article 131
Serve in the old-fashioned way: Dee Patel is confident that his Ben's Supermarkets c-stores can fend off the rivalry of the big four simply by sticking to traditional community service. Taylor, Julia 506
Shaping the grocery ombudsman: a workable compromise is achievable if commission is open to negotiation. Hawkins, Kevin 359
Shopping times / availability. 134
Something for the ladies. Brief article 140
Special offers aren't so special. Ratcliff, Nikki Letter to the editor 192
Steven Simpson: senior brand manager, Acdoco. Interview 434
Suppliers sweat in the price pressure cooker. Ball, James 704
Targeting fat towns: nine English towns are each to receive a share of a 30m [pounds sterling] pot as part of the Government's assault on obesity. Sarah Butler asks just how worthwhile the venture is. Butler, Sarah 1618
Tax changes have wrecked Christmas, claim wholesalers. Cripps, Peter Brief article 253
Tesco blasted for only selling 80% UK lamb. Ford, Richard Brief article 319
Tesco flushed with success as it cuts 40% off stores' water bills. Brief article 243
Tesco topples Asda to take pricing title. Grew, Joanne Brief article 1161
The 40%-off deal is back at thresher but with Facebook twist. Riley, Lisa Brief article 240
The German cartel office has given its approval for Rewe Group's Penny chain to acquire 328 Plus outlets. Brief article 108
The human angle. Interview 492
The potential of hand made. Brief article 189
The south of France shines in rival wines. Brief article 137
The third man: Nick Clegg's views on food policy have firmer foundations than he has been given credit for. Hamson, Liz Interview 2068
Thresher goes back to First Quench name. Brief article 208
Trading data. Statistical data 224
Treats that don't compromise slimming plans. Brief article 266
UK fresh food prices. Statistical table 677
Unfair Booker delivery charge. Walker, Julie Letter to the editor 266
Wal-Mart has reached a $1.45m (940,000 [pounds sterling]) settlement with the state of California for price-scanning errors dating back several years. Brief article 147
Weaker sterling results in higher fruit and veg prices: fluctuating currency exchange rates have produced startling price rises for fruit and veg but other factors are also responsible. Ford, Richard 674
Who ate all the pies? We did: greasy pies and pasties just won't cut it these days. Today's meat snack munchers want something healthier, more convenient and premium, and it's working. Riley, Lisa 2428
Who doesn't love a talking dinosaur? Hemming, Richard 510
Who's afraid of deflation? I for one am not: it is the fall in volume growth that the grocery industry should really be worried about. Eales, Tim 552
Wilson leaves Kraft to oversee flagship Premier cake brands. Ball, James Brief article 227
You can't make someone listen to you--try changing the way you listen to them. Mountstevens, Sue 475

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