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Articles from Grocer (November 13, 2010)

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'Business as usual' after fire devastates packaging factory. Brief article 186
2 Sisters warns feed prices still 'a threat'. Brief article 149
A spicier stocking filler: sales of Spain's spicy store cupboard staple are rocketing in Britain. Now one producer is taking on the Spanish by making its own chorizo, writes Amy Golding. Golding, Amy 530
AD of the week: Terry's gives us a bit of the rough stuff. Brief article 147
Alcohol code backed by Irish parliament. Brief article 191
Bakery is a winner with consumers. 475
Blair rolling in it as Irish rue cheese ruse. 207
Bond seeks wiggle room but Massmart safari is no holiday: led by Andy Bond, Walmart's bid to buy South African Massmart has sparked a frenzy of rumour and activity. Adam Leyland and Simon Mathers report. Leyland, Adam; Mathers, Simon 650
Bottled water sales restored by health and environment focus. Brief article 230
Brand deals and hikes to duty hit own-label spirits. Julyan, Anna-Marie 412
Branded promos fall in calm before the Christmas storm: many brands have reduced the number of promotions in the past month as Halloween and Bonfire Night make way for Christmas, writes Alex Beckett. Beckett, Alex Statistical data 686
Brands take out celebrity disgrace insurance cover. Brown, Rob 430
BrandView. Statistical data 1659
Building bakery sales. 496
Buy-one-get-two-free is risky. Llewellyn, Roger Letter to the editor 212
BWG launches 'Irish' Glenmor fresh meat. Brief article 191
Byker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Farrage, Adrian Interview 463
C&C growing twice as fast as delivered sector. Hegarty, Ronan Brief article 338
Cambridgeshire could get a super-dairy too. Walkland, Chris Brief article 315
Capper & Co scores success with Market Garden fruit & veg. Zuke, Elinor Brief article 241
Carbon cut pledged by Shropshire Group. Brief article 134
Cardboard hike can be beaten. Weedon, John Letter to the editor 160
Carlsberg: cost hikes will push up price of lager. Brief article 184
Co-op Group sets a date for milk supply. Brief article 151
Commodities. Statistical table 248
Country Life is still unrivalled. King, Nathan Letter to the editor 140
Critical eye. Wright, Charle 355
Dairy Crest in coup over Arla with Tesco milk supply contract. 261
Delivering growth: Allied Bakeries can't resist growing your sales! 320
Dieting is not just calorie-counting. Marber, Ian Letter to the editor 143
Dunbia hits out over Marfrig sale rumour. Brief article 143
EU rebuffed as c-stores cling on to hopes for display ban u-turn. Brief article 150
Fane Valley to leave NI liquid milk market. Brief article 142
Fever-Tree launches new premium mixer. Brief article 128
Fizzy Orange: After Shock's first mixable. Brief article 142
Flora TV programme gets Ofcom slap for referencing spreads. Ford, Richard Brief article 250
Food on the front line: with UK troops deployed across the world from Afghanistan to Africa, supplying food to the armed forces is a complex business. But the rewards can be rich, discovers Paul Golden. Golden, Paul 1058
Frank's launch adds American flavour to old-style beer aisles. Beckett, Alex Brief article 248
Health groups sound alert as new calorie count report looms. Hegarty, Ronan 335
Hot topic. Brief article 189
Industry pledges to help bridge skills gap. Phillips, Beth Brief article 202
Jakobsen to bow out as chairman of Tulip. Brief article 128
JJ Food Service sales boosted by new depots. Brief article 228
Leader. Brief article 337
Loss of Botterills business forces CJ Lang to hit recruitment trail. Brief article 222
M&S plan to slash brands perplexes manufacturers. Phillips, Beth Brief article 256
Makro's online shop opens with discounts. Brief article 141
Meat stays on the bone for new range of Caribbean meals. Riley, Lisa Brief article 261
Michelle McKenna, co-founder of Clippy's Apples, on dreaming, things that wobble and espresso coffee. Interview 418
Morrisons staff go the extra mile. Barrack, Katherine Brief article 325
NewLeaf agency set up to help struggling brands find listings. Mowbray, Simon Brief article 242
Office axed in Northern cost cutting drive. Brief article 198
Paice raises the bar for poultry welfare. Brief article 148
Percol thrives in 'tough' Fairtrade coffee sector. Julyan, Anna-Marie 341
Pig producers in fight for fair price. Houston, Stewart Letter to the editor 188
Reckitt kicks off cold and flu season with [pounds sterling]20m ad campaign. Beckett, Alex Brief article 275
Retirement changes could force employers to create more temporary positions. Harrington, Sian Brief article 440
Revealed: line-up of the new DH nutrition team. Mowbray, Simon 345
Rich pickings for exporters as Cameron charms China: David Cameron plans to double business between the UK and China within five years - but what part will grocery exports play, asks Alex Beckett. Beckett, Alex 1142
Saviours or killers of community? Big society should not involve helping supermarkets to clear up their mess. Blythman, Joanna 372
Sinners to saints: sleaze doesn't sell - which is why some brand owners are rethinking their current roster of sporting ambassadors. But, as Charlie Wright discovers, it doesn't always pay to switch from ... Wright, Charlie 1791
Staying ahead in the fight against retail crime: a fall in shrinkage shouldn't lead to complacency, especially with the rise in VAT scheduled for 2011. Matthews, Neil 370
Stella Artois flags up its Christmas origins. Brief article 125
Take-home beer sales will soar to 70% share. Stodell, Hannah Brief article 306
Tales of Titania. Touche, Titania 319
Tesco quits banana war with 25% price hike. Brief article 190
The human angle. Interview 474
UK 'could lose 10% of pig herd due to grain hikes'. Glotz, Julia 342
UK Fresh food prices. Statistical table 693
Understanding the consumer: category growth in the bakery sector depends on retailers understanding and tapping in to consumer trends such as health, convenience and a drive to reduce food waste. 375
Viva! Appeals to Lidl to remove reindeer meat from shelves. Zuke, Elinor Brief article 255
VNC cocktails. Brief article 313
We need to engage public in green agenda: people are willing to change, but they need help from us if they are going to change their habits. Lee, Irwin 564
Where now for posh sausages? A slowdown in NPD and high promotional levels led to a "mundane year" for sausages and bacon, and suppliers now have their work cut out to maintain growth. Julia Glotz reports. Glotz, Julia Market overview 1977
Why leftover beans are top hat. Brief article 109
Yoghurt brand Twekkelo eyes up wider UK listings. Glotz, Julia Brief article 309
Yorkshire pub chef's souffles hit retailing. Brief article 158

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