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Sainsbury’s has revealed sales falls for both its grocery and non-food businesses as it annualises against pandemic-elevated comparatives and is impacted by shifts in shopper behaviour. That said, the retailer believes the market is evolving in line with its expectations and by taking a targeted approach to value and adopting more agile ways of working it is well placed to navigate testing conditions and emerge a stronger business in the long term.

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As Poundland looks to expand its range selling at £1 or less and Poundstretcher returns to profit, we round up news from the retailers. Poundland returns to £1 roots to drive value perception Poundland is to increase the share of products it sells at £1 or less to 60% as it looks to project its value messaging and support shoppers. The retailer has moved away from its fixed price roots over...
Morrisons has reported sharply lower sales for Q2 which it has attributed to ongoing inflationary pressure and the downturn in consumer sentiment. -6.4% LFL decline Group like-for-like sales fell by 6.4% in the 13 weeks to May 1 st (ex VAT and fuel). Supermarket sales improved towards the end of the period, boosted by Mother’s Day and Easter though remained negative against pandemic elevat...
B&M has provided a trading update for the 13 weeks between 27 March and 25 June reporting that group revenues fell 2.2%, on a constant currency basis, to £1.16 bn. Like-for-like sales in the retailer’s core UK B&M estate fell 9.1% as it had to contend with challenging comparatives versus 2021 and poor weather in 2022. April proved to be an anomaly in B&M UK’s performance In the core B&M UK ...


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