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Zenith Hygiene and Diversey Are Merging

Diversey and Zenith Hygiene Group plc have completed the transaction that will combine the two companies, creating the UK and Ireland’s largest manufacturer and supplier of cleaning and hygiene products. The combined group will create a £170 million market leader with approximately 1,000 employees nationally, poised for growth across the UK and Ireland.

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Iceland Bans Palm Oil from Its Brand Products

Iceland has officially announced that it will be removing palm oil from all of its own brand products and a response from Greenpeace UK appeared without delay.

“Iceland has concluded that removing palm oil is the only way it can offer its customers a guarantee that its products do not contain palm oil …

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The Malted Waffle Company to Expand with Santander

Santander Business Banking has decided to support the UK’s leading waffle machine and waffle-based food product manufacturer, The Malted Waffle Company, and fund its plans to start exporting into international markets, including Europe and the United Arab Emirates. The business is looking to capitalise on the strong momentum it has in the UK to expand …

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Trinity Leeds Celebrates Five Years

Landsec’s Trinity Leeds celebrated its fifth anniversary on the 21st of March. Trinity opened in 2013, following Landsec’s decision to regenerate two 1970s shopping arcades in Leeds city centre. Since then, it has set the benchmark for shopping centres in the 21st century, having established a reputation as a launching pad for new retail innovations …

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PizzaExpress Wins Consumer Superbrands Status

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PizzaExpress has just been awarded Consumer Superbrands status for the very first time. The brand was voted by 2,500 members of the British public and ratified by a voluntary council of senior independent industry experts. Winning this accolade demonstrates PizzaExpress’ efforts to remain distinctive, relevant, and attractive.

“We are so proud to be …

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Sainsbury’s Raises Its Wages

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The retail giant Sainsbury’s has announced that it will increase its basic pay above the national minimum wage, as well as offering all of its 130,000 staff new contracts. The pay rate will jump to £9.80 an hour in London and £9.20 across the country; all part of its plans to invest £100 million in …

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