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London is home to some of the best food-to-go operators anywhere in the world.  Many brands that have gone on to become global names have started here as just a single site.  Although rents may be high and competition fierce, the sheer density of consumers and pace of life mean it’s where many food-to-go businesses launch flagship stores, test new concepts and pursue the latest trends.

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Convenience retailer Co-op has launched its first customer app designed to bring the digital dimension to the shopping experience of its 4.6m members. Brings personalised deals to drive shopper frequency Primarily intended as a digital medium for its membership loyalty programme, enabling shoppers to collect and track their reward balance, the app adds further benefits to the existing card-...
The Co-op has signed an exclusive deal with the National Union of Students (NUS) to be the grocery retail store franchise partner on NUS member locations across UK universities and colleges.  The Co-op already has four franchise stores operating on university sites, including Leeds and Newcastle, and this deal now potentially could see the Co-op brand accessing a student population of up to seven...
Following our latest retail/ food-to-go fusion safari in London last week, we highlight three trends and developments to learn from in the UK’s capital right now. The growth and growth of food halls If you’ve not been to London for say, three months, you’ll find a whole lot of new development to see, experience and learn from. The pace of growth has been rapid this year. Arcade Kitchen, at ...

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