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Articles from Grocer (November 7, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Discounter boom isn't over--it's just begun'. Cripps, Peter Brief article 329
1m [pounds sterling] down, but innocent is still smiling. Brief article 213
Ad of the Weet: stud hits the mud in national lampoon. Brief article 136
Adam Margolin, head of marketing support at Spar UK, on cheese, blood, Megan Fox and crocodile salad. Interview 408
Alworths rises from the ashes of Woolies. Brief article 146
And the show did go on: last week's Gramia awards showcased the advertising and marketing sector's determination not to let the recession hamper creativity. Black, Alex 703
Appleby Westward shames Dirty Dozen. Brief article 145
Apsinthion. Brief article 291
As multiple offies struggle, are indies getting it right? First Unwins, then Wine Cellar, now First Quench. But while the chains crumble, independent off-licences are doing rather well. Holter, Graham 1198
Availability. Brief article 120
Bag charge is not the way to go. Grimes, Michael Letter to the editor 113
Bangers and fresh breath put Asda first. Grew, Joanne Statistical data 980
Blue Nun to target the middle classes. Brief article 157
Branston embraces anaerobic digestion. Brief article 138
Call for ban on loss leaders in booze aisles. Brief article 123
Centre aims to shift focus of Irish seafood. Brief article 145
Commodities. 245
Critical eye. Hamson, Liz Viewpoint essay 378
Disney unveils plan to put buzz in DVD sales. Beckett, Alex Brief article 311
Dressed for success: the supermarkets are raising their game in clothing with a greater emphasis on quality as well as value, backed by a ramped up presence online. Ryan, Chloe 1381
Eastenders in profit but lags rivals' margin. Brief article 108
Extremists produce a lot of gas: the way forward for meat and dairy is lower production to a higher quality. Blythman, Joanna Viewpoint essay 368
Fight against banana price wars. Thornton, Andrew Letter to the editor 236
Findus Group hires marketing expert. Brief article 131
Five years until prices return to 2007 levels. Barker, Michael Brief article 328
Food chief bows out at Midlands Co-op. Phillips, Beth Brief article 236
Fresh thinking with new goats cheeses. Brief article 149
GM omega-3 soya oil gets green light in US. Brief article 148
Good Natured grows with Splendid Spuds. Ford, Richard Brief article 315
Grocery move by meals on wheels service. Brief article 207
Growth is good enough for us, says Crown Crest finance chief. Brief article 242
Grupo SOS is not selling Carapelli. Marsden, Clare Letter to the editor 121
Have gin drinkers lost their taste for Gordon Ramsay? Marie-Julyan, Anna Brief article 228
Hot topic. Cripps, Peter Brief article 176
How to play the multiples at their own game: independent retailers can claw back market share by forming stronger ties across the supply chain. Vallance, Marcus 327
In season: Northern Hemisphere pink lady apples. Brief article 184
Information sharing prompts extension of trade credit cover. Brief article 221
Ireland wants new label to boost beef sales to UK. Garvey, Anthony; Ford, Richard Brief article 326
Jobs under threat as Twinings considers overseas production. Beckett, Alex Brief article 250
Kraft's share fall may hit Cadbury bid. Brief article 147
Leader. Leyland, Adam Brief article 325
Makro claims it is on road to recovery as food sales rise 4.1%. Phillips, Beth Brief article 273
Morrisons: our small stores top Co-op's c-stores. Brief article 172
Moy Park to increase use of Brazilian meat. Brief article 146
New Guinness ads seek to lighten brand's image. Beckett, Alex 335
NFU Scotland blasts First Milk price cut. Brief article 144
No stores--but Sainsbury's and Asda are players in the Republic. Brief article 245
Oddbins chief upbeat for '10 as losses slow. Brief article 226
Off-licences urged to keep premium wine. Brief article 158
One in four festive gifts will be bought at mults. Ryan, Chloe; Grew, Joanne 341
One third of First Quench stores were not profitable, says KPMG. Brief article 159
Only very Charmin men need apply. Brief article 191
Our man from drip: Don Pumsey: at the Department of Retail Infrastructure and Pricing. Pumsey, Don Brief article 338
Price-marked stock will add to VAT change woe. Ball, James 329
Productivity key to food security. Hind, Tom Letter to the editor 160
Quality test: own-label battered cod fillets, 500g-600g. Ford, Richard Brief article 124
Ready for change? Within six months the current parliament will be dissolved and, unless Labour makes a spectacular rally over the next few months, the Tories will be preparing for power. James Ball explores how the shift in power will affect the industry. Ball, James 2249
Red? go ahead, say indifferent shoppers. Ball, James; Hughes, Nick 378
Retailers revert to type as economy starts to perk up: the recession forced a change in promotional tactics but as the economy starts to recover, retailers ore reverting to their old ways. Ball, James Statistical data 690
Roberts leaving McBride to take helm at DS Smith. Ball, James 319
Ronaldo adds the sparkle to Soccerade's UK arrival. Riley, Lisa Brief article 250
Savanna wins new supermarket listings. Brief article 157
Shoppers say Ocado site is hardest to use. Brief article 129
Shoppers trade up to branded pastas despite downturn. Dawes, Catherine Brief article 280
Stobart introduces low-CO2 rail route. Brief article 140
Stock Spirits gets new CEO. Brief article 102
Tangerine recruits marketer to drive forward innovation. Ball, James Brief article 226
Tesco Bank aiming to offer money transfer. Brief article 143
Tesco scoops top store title at checkout. Grew, Joanne 706
The human angle. Interview 490
The man with the lentil touch: since Clive Moxham transformed Merchant Gourmet from an aloof specialist into an affordable everyday ingredients supplier, sales have been soaring. Hughes, Nick 502
There's more to being green than recycling: partnership with third parties is vital to develop shoppers' growing environmental understanding. Jacobs, Rik 513
Tories may rethink the tobacco display ban. Brief article 184
Tulip factory closure puts future of London Banger in jeopardy. Barker, Michael Brief article 270
UK fresh food prices. Statistical table 690
Unilever axes Persil washing up liquid as it cuts SKUs 40%. Brief article 259
US: Wal-Mart is now selling coffins on its website at prices that undercut many undertakers. Brief article 105
Watching the pennes: pasta's convenience, value for money and versatility have made it a recession-busting favourite during family mealtimes--despite hefty commodity-driven price rises over the past year. Bomford, Vince Industry overview 3512
We must boost soil science spend. Farrington, Duncan Letter to the editor 166
We must listen to Harman: companies perform better with women on the board. Harrington, Sian 446
Why Asda rejected launching its own loyalty card scheme. Ryan, Chloe 338
Will the FSA halt its advice to ministers on traffic lights? A new report suggests traffic-light labels have not affected how consumers choose their food--in contrast to the FSA's own study. Hughes, Nick Report 693
Zip tips eco-friendly BBQ fuel to spark an explosion in soles. Brief article 217

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