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Articles from Grocer (May 8, 2010)

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100% recyclability, 100% reusability. 401
A message from the chairman. Major, Vince Market overview 345
A toast for the roast donkey of democracy. 196
Ad of the week: stone the mentor for mentos' flash of inspiration. Brief article 145
Adlington takes its posh low-fat poultry products to the mults. Barker, Michael Brief article 283
Applegreen keen to develop UK network. Brief article 197
Asda starts to cut back on deals--but it's not alone: the number of promotions has fallen month-on-month in each of the big four retailers-with the steepest cut not at Asda but Tesco. Elinor Zuke reports. Zuke, Elinor Statistical data 592
At the department of retail infrastructure and pricing. Pumsey, Don Brief article 344
B&M seeks manager for acquisitions. Brief article 106
Birds Eye enlists help of 'peculiar' bear on frozen. Beckett, Alex 340
Blackhurst's departure leaves Clarke favourite. Brief article 169
Brandview. Statistical table 1235
Britain doubles area growing asparagus. Brief article 144
British onions fight their corner. Tole, Jonathan Letter to the editor 299
British strawberries set for strong sales. Brief article 136
Brits prepared to cut meat intake. Driscoll, Mark Letter to the editor 272
Cadbury Crunchie biscuit. Beckett, Alex Brief article 288
Can the co-op stem the leak in ex-Somerfield store sales? Leaked figures show sales at Somerfield stores converted to the The Co-operative fascia have plummeted. Beth Phillips takes a look at the wider picture. Phillips, Beth Financial report 1218
Caviro to target UK with pan-Italian Romio brand. Julyan, Anna-Marie 336
Cheddar cheese set to soar 10% in price this year. Barker, Michael 455
Co-operative fascia lifts Midlands' sales. Brief article 150
Combined online grocery sales bigger than Waitrose. Barnes, Rachel Brief article 279
Commodities. Statistical table 261
Costa Rica bids for PGI to create premium banana. Barker, Michael Brief article 307
Critical Eye. Hamson, Liz 373
Drinks cans go digital thanks to consumer PR campaign. 388
Drought threatens to hit Jersey Royal sales. Ford, Richard 439
EU alliance pushes for fisheries reform. Brief article 148
Eurospar man Davies eyeing more stores. Brief article 141
Every Can Counts. 473
Facials revitalise the market: even in tough times, people want to scrub up nice. But growth in sales of facial moisturisers also reflects a DIY approach to beauty treatment, says Ellie Hughes. Hughes, Ellie 2093
First drinks acquires C&C's Irish portfolio. Brief article 148
First Milk appoints advisers in run-up to boardroom reshuffle. Barker, Michael Brief article 253
France. Brief article 104
Fruit and veg complete DBC Foodservice range. Cripps, Peter Brief article 330
G's gives unwashed a Fresh and Naked look. Brief article 152
Great Scott: Gordon Scott, the new managing director for retail at logistics giant Wincanton, tells Nick Hughes why the company's future includes moving more goods by rail--and possibly on Britain's neglected waterways. Hughes, Nick Interview 1029
Green alone no longer qualifies as a USP: with sustainability becoming the norm, leading green brands need to find new ways to stand out. Maitland-Titterton, Rupert 531
Green to lead Global Brands marketing op. Brief article 136
Greenpeace attacks fail to dent sales of Nestle's Kit Kat bars. Phillips, Beth 370
Gum producers 'offer [euro]9m' to prevent tax. Brief article 197
Hot topic. Ford, Richard 181
Is new World Cup beer war just the same old, same old? six weeks before the World Cup kicks off, Tesco and Asda are at it again with heavy promotional offers on beer multipacks. Brown, Rob 861
Jamie dives into dips with new chilled foursome. Brief article 186
Jeyes finds its man after year-long search for CEO. Barnes, Rachel Brief article 299
JJ Food Service hires D'Acampo to oversee its healthier ranges. Brief article 236
Kopparberg unveils first major campaign. Brief article 133
Leader. Leyland, Adam 356
Living in the clouds: can't afford expensive new software or hardware? Don't worry. A solution may be at hand in the shape of internet-based apps and services. Niall Magennis reports. Magennis, Niall 476
Local sourcing pilot kicks off at Haldanes. Brief article 202
Marks defiant as leak reveals drop in sales at Somerfield sites. Brief article 239
Matthews raises game in turkey with Lincs buy. Brief article 167
Memo to new Secretary of State: what should be on the agenda for whoever takes over as Defra chief? Lang, Tim 395
Netto plotting 200th store as profits soar. Brief article 217
New study shows cost and C[O.sup.2] savings. 555
Norwegian fisheries get MSC green light. Brief article 133
OFT reduces fines for price-fixing in dairy. Brief article 167
Pennycook fails to quell M&S move speculation. Hegarty, Ronan Brief article 333
Poll winners 'must back up the rhetoric'. Brief article 154
Poundland's buyer ponders public listing. Brief article 103
Producer calls for [pounds sterling]10m marketing fund for pork. Ford, Richard Brief article 333
Raising their game: tell your boss that you plan to spend the day playing video games and you'd think it would be game over for your career. Not necessarily. Some might even congratulate you, discovers Paul Simpson. Simpson, Paul 1220
Resource efficiency and sustainability from a packaging perspective--The Grocer's sustainability forum. 449
Retailers have gone greener. Gordon, Bob Letter to the editor 118
Russia. Brief article 102
Sainsbury's offers short-cut routes to bistro quality fare. Barnes, Rachel Brief article 174
Sainsbury's suppliers to offer training roles. Wilson, Carolyn Brief article 208
Sleeping with the enemy delivers big wins: supply chain collaboration between rivals is essential for boosting profitability and sustainability. Myers, Dan 310
Spar shoppers sink teeth into revamped fresh meat offering. Cripps, Peter Brief article 256
Start-up launches first frozen cooking sauces in Waitrose. Beckett, Alex Brief article 239
Switch & Save rolls on despite wrath of Sainsbury's suppliers. Brief article 204
Tesco launches new Facebook application for online shopping. Brief article 190
The Can Makers UK market report 2010. 1091
The courage to go into cola: Richard Branson never quite cracked it, but Miranda Walker wasn't going to let that put her off. Three years after launch, her Ubuntu Cola is going into Waitrose Nick Hughes reports. Hughes, Nick 527
The human angle. Interview 460
The penny drops: Asda's chief marketing officer Rick Bendel is confident the retailer's new Price Guarantee pledge can reverse its declining market share, he tells Adam Leyland. 1524
The price is right ...: UK retailers stand accused of adopting some pretty crude pricing tactics. Given the growing usage of price optimisation software in other grocery markets, are they missing a trick, asks Simon Creasey. Creasey, Simon 1044
There are no rights and wrongs in business, only different degrees of right. Moreton, Guy Viewpoint essay 467
This village doesn't want Tesco. Letter to the editor 230
This water ad aims for a summer splash. Brief article 129
UB makes a Medley of key biscuit brands. Brief article 126
UK fresh food prices. Statistical table 678
Unions up the ante on worker pay demands. Cripps, Peter Brief article 330
Warburtons will not follow Hovis to go all-British. Riley, Lisa 403
Well-trained staff win title for Waitrose. Wilson, Carolyn 676
World cup watch ... Group E. Brief article 283
Would-be policeman and Rectory Foods director Mat Armitage on size 8 blondes, Paris Hilton and size 8 blondes. Interview 407

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