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Articles from Grocer (September 12, 2020)

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"Just how seriously are we supposed to take targets from an organisation due to be axed?". Ian Quinn, chief reporter 171
"Supermarkets are promising to pull out of Northern Ireland without trusted trader scheme support". Adam Leyland, Editor 348
Aldi adds scales for new loose produce. 159
Apollo, Lone Star and TDR enter bidding war to purchase Asda. Edward Devlin 254
As Charles Wilson steps down, what now for Booker? Charles Wilson's key career moments; Wilson has embodied Booker for many of its members, some of whom fear new boss, Tesco's Andrew Yaxley, will have different priorities. Ronan Hegarty & Lyndsey Cambridge 1168
Asda takes first win since May with 'polite' employees. Marianne Calnan 1142
Asda wins again ahead of retailer price reductions. Ronan Hegarty 391
Back to the future of chocolate; Confectioners have been happily living in the present this year. But now they will have to look ahead to challenges on the horizon. Daniel Woolfson 4083
best of the blogs. 261
Booker to merge Chef Direct into Best Food. Lyndsey Cambridge 308
Boumphrey to take charge at Amazon UK. Steve Farrell Amazon's VP 380
Brands furious as Ocado asks for 'offensive' terms reduction. Daniel Woolfson 351
BrewDog reopens Equity for Punks in sustainability drive. 192
Captain Birdseye adds Crunchy Traybakes to tap convenience. 178
city news. 354
Confectionery cops a curveball; Boris Johnson has thrown confectioners into a spin with a get fit quick plan that bans certain ads and promos. Can they shape up? Rob Brown 2135
CRITICAL EYE. Emma Weinbren 245
David Pitron named Motor Fuel Group's commercial director. 190
Disabled shopper rights. 174
DONNA PSEY; FOOD RETAIL EXPORT IMPORT & TRADE MINISTER. 272
Ewan Venters to leave Fortnum & Mason for new role at art gallery. Marianne Calnan 244
Facing up to Facebook; advertising social media; Fmcg brands have reacted strongly to Facebook's failures to address hateful content. How has Facebook responded? And has it made a difference? Henry Sandercock 2337
Five key issues threatening food and drink exports; With no-deal now increasingly likely, food and drink exporters warn the viability of the entire industry is at stake. Harry Holmes 1002
fresh digest. 383
Galaxy and Maltesers sales hit by Mars site breakdown. Daniel Woolfson 323
Good food for children. 190
grocery digest. 344
Has Ocado already lost? second opinion. David Sables 389
How brands can help enable positive parts of the 'new normal' packed with purpose. Jenny Costa 402
How to nail a coronavirus Christmas; the saturday essay. Sunny Mirpuri Column 509
Iceland and Uber Eats launch 20-minute delivery in London. 206
Industry must get behind food redistribution. 243
L'Oreal kicks o major recycling campaign. Abbie Dawson 266
Morrisons takes price fight to Asda with cuts. Ian Quinn Morrisons 312
my alternative cv. 407
Petfood sales flurry expected with deals for brands on table. Alec Mattinson A further raft of 348
Princes gives Napolina cans QR codes with supply chain info. 168
Retailers must refine their online offers; third party. Fraser McKevitt 365
Seafarer 'time bomb' for global food supply. Harry Holmes 329
Seitan-ists get access to veg lovers app. 158
Supermarkets to withdraw from NI if trade talks fail. Harry Holmes 408
Suppliers warn of 'frightening' price hikes in no-deal. 292
Tesco begins clearing stocks of flour bought during lockdown. Daniel Woolfson 268
Tesco pricing spat disrupts the 'happy world of Haribo'. Ian Quinn & Steve Farrell 346
Tesco to drop Indian Ocean tuna following reports of overfishing. Harry Holmes 250
Tesco to trial threeminute drone delivery. Ian Quinn Tesco is to 344
Tesco's price-cutting drive shi s it into annual price deation. 215
The power of the Ocado habit; talking shop. Jeremy Garlick 499
The rise of allergen-free factories; Emma Weinbren Brands are increasingly facilities. What are the cost s a nd benefits? investing in their own free-from manufacturing; manufacturing free-from; Three brands that have opened their own allergenfree premises. 1831
Waitrose to lower its minimum online spend after Ocado split. 202
Zizzi to make its grocery debut in Sainsbury's Future Brands. 180

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