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The need to fix the online groceries profit condundrum is critical for many of today’s supermarkets. Photograph: iStock

Jo Ronan had never done a grocery shop online before Covid-19. Now, she and her husband Mike doubt they will venture back into a supermarket until at (...)

Photograph: iStock

British supermarket group Sainsbury’s estimated a profit impact of £500 million (€573.5 million) from the coronavirus pandemic and said it would defer(...)

RAP production manager John McDermott examines one of the company’s new face shields.

A Donegal company which normally produces packaging for food companies is now making up to one million face shields a day in the fight against coronav(...)

Big supermarkets are budgeting for a 15 per cent to 20 per cent rise in sales volumes during the lockdown

Britain’s big supermarkets fear they won’t be able to supply the country’s 60 million people without longer opening hours or a relaxation of social di(...)

A jogger wears a mask as he runs along Millennium Bridge in London. Photograph:  Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

It was the day after Boris Johnson told us all to stay at home, and the loveliest London has seen so far this year. There were few cars on the streets(...)

Equity markets around the world surged on Monday as the prospect for central banks cutting interest rates to soften the economic blow of the coronavirus buoyed investors.

Equity markets around the world surged on Monday as the prospect for central banks cutting interest rates to soften the economic blow of the coronavir(...)

Hovis employs 250 at its plant in Belfast.

Union leaders in Northern Ireland will suspend a planned strike action at one of the North’s biggest bakeries after management at Hovis made a fresh p(...)

Annual growth in retail sales volumes dropped to 0.9 per cent

British consumers failed to increase their spending in December for a record fifth month in a row, adding to signs of a weakening economy that might p(...)

Strong Roots founder and chief executive Samuel Dennigan at the company’s Dublin headquarters. Photograph: Tom Maher

Samuel Dennigan is, in his own words, “very good at vegging”. It’s an unwitting pun from the Dubliner whose fast-growing frozen food business, Strong (...)

Signage for Sainsbury’s is seen on delivery vans at a branch of the supermarket in London. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

Core sales at British supermarket group Sainsbury’s slipped in its key Christmas quarter as a drop in demand for toys and gaming products eclipsed a s(...)

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