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T&S Stores: profiting through convenience

T&S' success relies partly on timely acquisitions and investment in new product tracking technology, but mainly in its provision of a much-needed service. The convenience meal market will continue to grow as families find themselves pressed for time, unconcerned about the traditional meal, and unable to agree on a joint menu.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Mar 2002
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Cadbury/Experentis: promoting South American stimulants

The launch of two new guarana chocolate bars for UK clubbers highlights the increasing use of trend-spotting in product development. But while giant Cadbury relies on traditional advertising, newcomer Experentis will use experiential and event marketing to target its core audience more precisely. The smaller firm's approach could well pay off.

Published By Datamonitor
09 Sep 2002
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UK retailing: supermarket wars

UK supermarket group Morrison's, normally as commendably steadfast as its northern roots, has launched a bid for the Safeway chain. The move is a canny one that would launch Morrison's into the big time. However, it is likely to spark a bidding war that could herald major changes for the industry's leading players, with tougher competition meaning that consumers will be the real winners.<BR />

Published By Datamonitor
13 Jan 2003
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Tesco: looking a bit greedy

Tesco, already the UK's leading supermarket chain, confirmed its interest in bidding for Safeway on Wednesday. However, as Tesco tries to convince the OFT that its increased share would still be fair, it is possible that the whole matter will result in an enquiry into the supermarket sector. Tesco is keen to ensure its position doesn't deteriorate when this happens.<BR />

Published By Datamonitor
23 Jan 2003
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Sainsbury's: Five-a-day, but our way

After refusing to join the Government's scheme, Sainsbury's has decided to introduce its own new logo to help alleviate consumer confusion over what exactly constitutes "five portions" of fruit and vegetables. Retailers want to be seen as responsible, helpful and informative - offering value-added services alongside their food.<BR />

Published By Datamonitor
25 Mar 2003

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