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Articles from Grocer (January 24, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
"Will Heston's Popham experiment work for Little Chef? The wholesale industry should be holding its breath". Leyland, Adam Brief article 202
A good week to clean up in shampoo. Ball, James Statistical table 2215
A pie maker with royal appeal: premium pie supplier Toppings is a small family-run pie company that's made it into the supermarkets and is now targeting the export market. Hughes, Nick 527
Ad of the week: three trees, two dead birds and one confusing commercial. Brief article 166
Advertising market seeks a new direction. 388
Asda makes it a hat trick at the top. Grew, Joanne Company rankings 1306
Availability. Brief article 115
Baileys is this Christmas's big spender. Hemming, Richard 508
Bargain Booze proud to open its 50th store. Brief article 133
Bestway claims it is the fastest-growing fascia in symbol arena. Brief article 236
Bolland says availability is key to success. Brief article 193
Bond to take the hot seat at The Grocer. Brief article 148
Bottlegreen offers more presse for the same price. Beckett, Alex Brief article 261
Brewer in doghouse over Speedball beer. Brief article 135
Can own label make its mark? C-stores have woken up and smelled the own-label coffee and are now making shelf space alongside the brands. Phillips, Beth 1022
Carling aims to woo women by flagging up its calorie count. Huddlestone, Nigel Brief article 246
Chairman's reserve. Brief article 293
Champion our regional produce. Knight, Jonathan Letter to the editor 136
Chicken supremo Singh takes on best-performing Fishworks sites. Brief article 211
CK's: multiples are favoured by planners. Brief article 183
Claims are just smoke and mirrors. Sandford, Amanda Letter to the editor 224
Co-ops buck trend with buoyant sales over the Christmas period. Brief article 228
Coming soon to a sat-nav near you: Asda logos. Brief article 197
Cook makes loss of 328k [pounds sterling] after building factory. Brief article 215
Costcutter buys up seven Nearby Stores. Brief article 137
Critical eye. Hamson, Liz Viewpoint essay 362
Crunchy Nut takes a chewy tack. Brief article 106
Diageo's 650m [euro] brewery in doubt. Brief article 137
Do branded and own-label sectors really require very different sets of abilities? Moreton, Guy 451
Do Sainsbury's directors have right experience? Taylor, Julia Brief article 312
Does British pork really want this much loving from Jamie? British pork producers feared Jamie Oliver's new programme could damage them. Thankfully, the celebrity chef is firmly on their side. Ford, Richard 1191
Eat Natural. Brief article 135
Exchange rate helps boost meat exports. Brief article 144
Farrington picked to design Costcutter's new store formats. Cripps, Peter Brief article 255
Former Gu director turns outrageous with Mr Bunbury. Brief article 188
Free yourself up to play to your strengths: outsourcing sales teams in tough economic times allows brands to focus on the essentials. Butler, Peter 521
Frosts bode well for English apricot crop. Brief article 133
Fund offers businesses an alternative to banks. Ball, James Brief article 323
Grocer 33 shoppers fill four baskets. Grew, Joanne 675
Grocery jobs boost as Waitrose announces 2,500 new positions. Brief article 209
Halewood accused over 'copycat' RTD. Brief article 132
Hall & Woodhouse keep it in the family. Brief article 141
Head to head. Brief article 205
Hine aims to break down barriers. Brief article 102
Home-grown popularity could boost UK flowers. Barker, Michael Brief article 298
If the protein cap fits ... 480
In season: South African plums. Brief article 170
Indies get down with the kids: in addition to the usual 10 essential products, we decided to also test this month's indies on another footfall driver--infant care. Khalsa, Balihar 1686
Irish suppliers call for government protection. Garvey, Anthony 315
Jamie loses fresh retail ventures MD. Brief article 130
Jamie's bacon crusade goes easy on multiples. Ford, Richard Brief article 298
Jamie's Brit pork plea heeded by multiples. Barker, Michael; Ford, Richard Brief article 326
Johnson opens new H Forman & Son site. 150
Laughing Cow TV ads aimed at diet market. Brief article 138
Leader. Leyland, Adam Editorial 335
Long Clawson given OK over Hartington. Brief article 143
Move over, mars bars. 341
Obama must tackle food agenda: the President must put ecology and health at the heart of food policy. Lang, Tim 376
Offer no. 3: win 24 bottles of V Water and find the flavour that suits your mood. Brief article 105
Offer no. 4: Young's offers 10 readers the chance to win a case of 60 Admirers pies. Brief article 105
Our man from drip: Don Pumsey: at the department of retail infrastructure and pricing. Pumsey, Don Letter to the editor 324
P&G helps stuff deal with the downturn. Grew, Joanne Brief article 230
Premier encouraging switch to wholemeal. Brief article 140
Project 10 steps up bid to alter attitudes to alcohol. Huddleston, Nigel Brief article 281
Projects for the breakfast table. Brief article 110
Retail media comes of age during recession: when every promotional penny matters, a fast and accurate measure of sales uplift is crucial. Hayward, Martin 321
Sainsbury's boosts animal welfare offer. Brief article 138
Sarah Brooks: Co-founder Yes Organic Lubricant. Brief article 358
Scottish mackerel gains MSC approval. Brief article 127
Shares in German supermarket operator Metro rose 3.4% this week after it launched a cost-cutting and restructuring programme called Shape 2012. Brief article 107
Somerfield has gay old time on PA. Brief article 187
Somerfield reports sales growth of 3.7% for Christmas period. Phillips, Beth Brief article 257
Spar begins massive revamp of own label. Phillips, Beth Brief article 322
Squeezing is so last season--now it's all about sensor labels. Barker, Michael Brief article 251
Stephanie Brilloute. Interview 430
Success in organic depends on clarity. Walters, Richard Letter to the editor 214
Take heart grocers, a weak pound is not all bad news: the outlook may be mixed at best for the UK economy, but the weak pound could be very good news for food and drink, says Mintec's Andrew Larkham. Larkham, Andrew 396
Tell us your views on trade promotions. Brief article 141
Tesco rolls out its discounter range further. Brief article 124
The battle of the bowl: cereal producers could have a fight on their hands as cash-strapped consumers start to switch from branded products to supermarkets' own-label offerings. Paton, Nic 3082
The Grocer launches pricing conference. Conference notes 164
The human angle. Interview 458
The sticky truth about rice prices. Waugh, Alex Letter to the editor 269
Thermal advertising dropped by Florette. Brief article 141
TNS snapshot. Statistical data 311
Trading data. Statistical table 234
TV dragon hopes Sip is next Reggae Reggae. Beckett, Alex Brief article 328
UK businesses welcome return of export refunds. Ford, Richard Brief article 302
UK fresh food prices. Statistical table 1020
Vion restructure puts up to 820 jobs under threat. Barker, Michael Brief article 308
Wal-Mart Mexico has completed the largest solar panel project in Latin America, with more than 1,000 solar panels on the roof of a Bodega Aurrera store in the province of Aguascalientes. Brief article 116
Walkers sensations turns to the dark side to revive sales. Beckett, Alex 246
What the consumers think: cereals. Brief article 228
Who's holding the best hand? The Grocer's annual The Big 30 league table of Britain's wholesalers reveals which companies have played their cards right over the past 12 months and which have been dealt a losing hand. Peter Cripps sorts the jacks from the kings. Cripps, Peter 4051
Wholesalers keep profits strong, but fear for foodservice. Cripps, Peter 474
Why cereals are getting sweeter. Brief article 284
Will Mandelson's business aid plan get credit flowing? Some in the grocery trade are questioning just how effective the Government's Working Capital Scheme is likely to be. Ball, James 625
Woolworths' shoes filled by 99p Stores. Brief article 225
X5, Russia's largest retailer, has posted strong fourth-quarter and full-year results despite the global economic crisis. Brief article 102

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