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Articles from Grocer (May 14, 2011)

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'Hobrobs' row has McVitie's in Twitter tizz. Brief article 213
A message from the Chairman. Courtney, Geoff Letter to the editor 464
A solid start, but it's time to deliver on 'good intentions': the coalition's first year has not had the disastrous impact on the industry many feared it would, but now actions need to match words. Hughes, Nick 1144
Adcock's promotion ptompts Waller exit. Brief article 150
Animal protein return to feed is a step closer. Glotz, Julia Brief article 319
ASDA Livingstone. Interview 615
Bakery falls flat: over-promotion has left the bakery sector flat and white bread is still losing favour. But suppliers remain stoic, looking to innovation to grab market share. Hughes, Nick Statistical data 1994
Beechdean: Loseley will be great again. Brief article 186
Bhut Jolokia. Brief article 303
Big Prawn Co plans seafood multipacks. Brief article 147
Big products... fewer deals: promos face Royal squeeze: easter's hot weather and the Royal Wedding impinged on promotional space in April, but the savings offered have been better. Bamford, Vince 803
Burgen gets a new variant and campaign. Brief article 101
Call for vigilance over nanofoods. Davies, Sue Letter to the editor 198
Coke zero powers ahead of Pepsi. Smith, Craig Letter to the editor 180
Cracking the QR code: they may have come of age in Japan and the US but in the UK the use of QR code technology is still in its infancy. Are networks and the general public ready for an fmcg QR revolution, asks Jon Severs. 1132
Critical eye. Hamson, Liz 378
D'Acampo lunchbox push for Cheestrings. Brief article 135
DBC wins Notcutts food supply contract. Brief article 144
Deal pledges 'at risk' after NGO snubbing. Quinn, Ian Brief article 316
Ditching brands a triumph--Morrisons. Brief article 147
DrinksPack '11. Conference news 372
Dry spell heightens risk of potato scab. Brief article 155
Every Can Counts. 357
Fears over E242 in school drinks. Kearns, Tim Letter to the editor 150
Friendly and speedy Asda seals victory. Barrack, Katherine Brief article 312
Funding for Scottish industry apprentices. Gilbert, Helen Brief article 229
FWD urges regulatory rethink on 'bulk tobacconist' displays. Brief article 229
Get smart it's time to 'mobilise' your brand; Fmcg brands need to take a lead from the retailers' use of mobile marketing and then do it better. Hamilton, Dave 545
Hacking: the deadly seven: it reads like a Dr who cast list and is enough to give any online business nightmares. but sci-fi this isn't. Brief article 258
Haldanes: Co-op Group 'sold us down the river'. Phillips, Beth 443
Hot topics. Philips, Beth 204
Hovis fights back after sales slump. Brief article 228
Hovis reformulates its bread rolls range. Brief article 151
Illy iced coffee set to keep 'cold hot' drink category on the boil. Riley, Lisa Brief article 271
Importers calm fears of Moroccan produce hikes. Ford, Richard Brief article 321
Increasing levels of "on the go" recycling amongst today's youth. 1015
Is Iceland about to melt away? if Malcolm Walker and co decide not to buy Iceland, it could well disappear. Black, Clive 413
It may be time to take a career health check: could there be a better option? Steward, Glenn 504
King keeps up pace on floorspace. Brief article 176
Meet your new worst enemy: don't be fooled by appearances. Today, hackers like him pose perhaps the greatest threat to business, stealing customer data on behalf of their highly organised criminal paymasters. so what, can businesses do to protect themselves? Rob Brown reports. Brown, Rob 1584
metalmatters-recycling "more things more often". 413
More chilled and fresh for Mace stores. Brief article 221
My alternative. Interview 447
Next gen EDI is here. don't get left behind: there are huge benefits to moving your electronic trading to next generation web-based platforms. Grosvenor, David 328
NFU adviser shuffle sees Watson move to poultry chief role. Glotz, Julia Brief article 256
Nighttime deliveries 'should be legacy of Olympics logistics'. Brief article 199
No smooth outcome as Stella 4% sales fall. Bamford, Vince 343
Number of complaints is soaring, reports ASA. Brief article 163
Oats so simple gets two new ranges as Paw Ridge is axed. Bamford, Vince Brief article 279
Other movers. 331
Own-label sales up 14% for landmark. Brief article 139
Princes lifts ethical cred with pole-and-line tuna. Ford, Richard Brief article 306
Property and wage hikes hit Clearys. Brief article 142
Rain in Spain falls and UK tomato prices soar. Glotz, Julia Brief article 325
Red tractor driven towards youngsters. Brief article 136
Refusal of insurance puts paid to Cook's prison staff scheme. Nolan, Lynne Brief article 260
Retail associations hit out at 'failure' of PDF. Phillips, Beth Brief article 297
Retailers must back British beef. Mackintosh, Alistair Letter to the editor 181
Sainsbury's admits deal lacks six appeal. Brief article 143
Salad days of April fuel olive oil success. Brief article 146
Selfridges promises to halt sale of all unsustainable fish species. Brief article 225
Shapland exit triggers reshuffle at Sainsbury's. Phillips, Beth 316
Tales of titana. Column 307
Talk to suppliers over low-fat regs. Jackson, Alastair Letter to the editor 175
Tesco comes first in closely fought battle. Halliwell, James 1249
Tesco fined for sale of out-of-date goods. Brief article 149
Tesco is hauled over coals after wine pricing 'error'. Zuke, Elinor Brief article 276
The big grocery money in the Rich List ranks. Brief article 250
The Can Makers UK market report 2011. Industry overview 1147
The coupon offering 1p off the next shop. Phillips, Beth 417
The human angle. Steward, Glenn Interview 461
The Oscars of own label: at a glittering and sellout ceremony, this year's own label food & drink awards were the biggest and most fiercely fought ever. rob brown reports. 615
The rise of the super-trucks: under new government plans, trucks are set to grow in length. Supermarkets point to the potential for efficiency gains and CO2 reductions, but not everyone is convinced. Hill, Adam 1885
The shed of the future: the pressure to make logistics more efficient has never been greater. And it's driving radical change. 464
Top-tier crisps to tap into taste for tapas. Brief article 161
UNTANGLING TESCO: as one of the original architects of now its head of research and development--Nick Lansley is charged with tapping technology to help consumers. He talks to Simon Creasey about apps, Facebook, Pads ... and robots. Interview 1030
Waitrose commits to WWF's plan for soya. Brief article 144
Waitrose cool over Good to Go rivalry. Brief article 142
What's behind the amazing resurgence of discounters? they are grabbing market share gains as they wow shoppers with quality and value, but does their financial model restrict further growth. Haliiwell, James 737
When newly formed independents started taking on former Somerfield supermarket. Leyland, Adam 346
Whistling curries: a step change in ready meals. Gitbert, Helen Brief article 336
WWF inducts Alpro into climate savers. Brief article 144
Yorkshire Provender aims its fresh soups at young workforce. Bamford, Vince Brief article 248

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