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The top products you need for your home office

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Whether you’ve recently set up a new business or are considering permanently moving your office space to your home, the right products can help boost productivity. It’s true that working from home can be a challenge at first. And although there are plenty of good ways to help you make working from home easier …

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Aldi Doubles Trials with Deliveroo

Aldi has decided to double the size of its trial of on-demand grocery deliveries with Deliveroo this week. The trial, which has been ongoing out of 20 stores across London, Greater Manchester, Cambridge and the Midlands since early summer, is now being extended to a further 22 stores across the UK.

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Kenji Reveals Retail Concept at Liverpool ONE

Kenji, the Japanese-inspired lifestyle brand, has unveiled its new retail concept at Liverpool ONE. The 45 South John Street site is the first of three such stores to be launched across the North West, with the retailer taking 1,500 sq ft. It will incorporate retail, leisure and hospitality into a mini arcade format.

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Moving Mountains Launching Into 300 Waitrose Stores Nationwide

Moving Mountains, the pioneering, independent British food tech brand that launched the UK’s first plant-based ‘bleeding’ burger, is partnering with Waitrose to meet growing demand for innovative plant-based meat and high quality frozen food in the UK.

From July 2020, consumers will be able to purchase the 

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BABE Canned Wine Launches Exclusively in Sainsbury’s

BABE, one of the fastest growing canned wines in the US, is launching in the UK with an exclusive nationwide deal with Sainsburys. BABE Wine joined AB InBev in 2019 as part of the company’s Beyond Beer portfolio. The launch with Sainsbury’s will see the cheeky wine in a can’s popular sparkling rosé stocked in …

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Accessibility Shouldn’t Be Abandoned in the Rush to Reopen

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Accessibility and design experts are calling for bars, restaurants, retailers and leisure venues to consider the accessibility of their facilities to all customers, when rushing to reopen, as lockdown measures are eased.

In an attempt to make up for lost time, venues that reopened this weekend could be excluding as many as 1 …

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