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Iceland profile

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Iceland has launched a new convenience concept under the Iceland Local banner in partnership with multi-site forecourt operator SGN Retail. The store, on a Texaco-branded fuel site in Fallings Park, Wolverhampton in the West Midlands trades as a jointly branded format with the Iceland Local section offering a strong range of Iceland’s signature frozen products adjacent to a Costcutter section stocking impulse, ambient and food to go.

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The latest release from Kantar, based on data from its 30,000-strong shopper panel, indicates that in the 12 weeks to 19 th March 2023 total till roll consumer spend in Great Britain increased slightly to 8.6% (compared to 8.1% for the previous period). Inflation reaches another record high Grocery price inflation over the 4-week period to March 19th stood at 17.5%, a 0.4% increase from ...
Iceland will partner with Just Eat to offer rapid grocery delivery for more than 200 stores. Initially the service will launch from stores in London, Manchester, Belfast, and Leeds. Iceland and Just Eat plan to roll out the service to more locations in 2023. Iceland Foods' International and wholesale director Just Addison said: “At Iceland our customers are our priority, and we consistent...
Iceland has agreed to a new long-term solar power deal with Octopus Energy that will see 150 Iceland stores directly supplied from the Breach solar farm in Cambridgeshire. The deal will secure 14% of Iceland’s energy needs until 2033 and help cuts its CO2 emissions by an estimated 23,000 tonnes. Looking for further energy savings In their Q3 results, Iceland revealed it had also signed long...
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