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“Amazon Fresh” Good News For Consumers

Amazon will begin fresh food deliveries in the UK this month. The instantly recognisable online retailer will start to service an ambition to supply fresh food through its Amazon Fresh service and will see the company step up its competitive battle with supermarkets.

Great News For Consumers

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Nestlé Welcomes New International Standard On Food Waste

Nestlé says the new FLW standard for food waste is a major step forward for the industry on a global scale. The Food Loss and Waste Accounting and Reporting Standard, otherwise known as “FLW”, has been launched by Global Green Growth Forum (3GF). The FLW standard is the first of its kind and defines the …

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Amazon Fresh Food Delivery Launches in London

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E-commerce giant, Amazon is launching its hugely successful food delivery arm, Amazon Fresh, in the UK today.

The online retailer is opening up its food delivery service to North and East London after it was a phenomenal hit state-side. Amazon is making more than 130,000 different grocery products available to purchase online, including …

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Aldi To Transition Its Sale Of Eggs To Solely Free Range

Aldi will make a brand-helpful move to more ethical sourcing of eggs by phasing out its sale of such products from caged animals. The decision has been welcomed by activists and consumers. However, the date of 2025 set by the company as the point at which the sale of caged hen eggs will be completely …

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Which? Awards 2016 Name Samsung, Waitrose and Toolstation Best in Show

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The results of the Which? Awards 2016 are in and, no surprises, it was Samsung that swept the board – nabbing two gongs for Sound & Vision Brand of the Year and Which?’s special 10th Anniversary Award.

Since their launch in 2007, the Which? Awards have championed businesses consistently getting in right with …

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Supermarket Bosses Hit Out Against Brexit

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Some of the biggest names in the supermarket and retail industry have joined the Brexit debate to warn against leaving the EU, going so far as to suggest it would be a “catastrophe” for Britain. Former bosses of four of the UK’s largest grossing retailers – Tesco, Sainbury’s, Marks & Spencer and B&Q – have …

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