Tesco news

27 July 2022
Loop has announced that its one-year trial with Tesco is set to end. Announcing the trial’s end Loop said that ‘ Tesco has decided to end the trial to reflect on the insights collected. This means the reuse area will soon be removed from your Tesco store .’ Customers with Loop packaging have until 31 October to return their packaging to one of its return points. Loop highlights positive custom...
26 July 2022
As Tesco introduces its Delivery Savers scheme and enables children to eat free in its cafés, we round up developments from the retailer. Tesco introduces three tiers in Delivery Savers programme Tesco has launched three tiers for its Delivery Savers programme, reintroducing schemes that were paused due to high demand during the pandemic. The initiative will include a dedicated Click and Co...
19 July 2022
The latest release from Kantar, based on data from its 30,000-strong shopper panel, indicates, in the 12-weeks to 10 July 2022, total till roll consumer spend in Great Britain rose, very slightly, by 0.1% versus 2021. The market’s growth in the 12-week period saw it return to positive territory for the first time since April 2021. Inflation reaches second highest level ever recorded by Kantar ...
18 July 2022
In the UK, Amazon Fresh has launched a Tesco Clubcard Price Match for online shoppers. Prices matched and locked for four weeks Amazon has announced it will match and lock to Tesco Clubcard deals every week on hundreds of own-label and branded products for its Fresh grocery delivery service. The retailer will keep the price locked for at least four weeks and will add new products every week...
07 July 2022
As the UK’s retailers invest further in their sustainability initiatives, we round up developments from M&S, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Iceland. M&S trials private label refillable homecare products M&S is trialling a fixture to enable shoppers to buy pre-filled cleaning and laundry products in six stores. The solution, which has been created in partnership with Re, will see shoppers pay an ini...
21 June 2022
The latest release from Kantar, based on data from its 30,000-strong shopper panel, indicates that in the 12-weeks to 12 June 2022 total till roll consumer spend in Great Britain fell by 1.9% versus 2021. While the market contracted over the 12-week period it was its best performance since October 2021 and the data showed it grew by 0.4% over the latest four-week timeframe. Inflation begins to...
17 June 2022
As concern mounts about the economic outlook and the severity of the rising cost of living, Tesco has highlighted a shift in its product mix towards value options. In the 13 weeks to May 28 group like-for-like sales grew by 2.0%, with performance varying significantly across the different elements of the business. UK: sales mix shifts to value options In the core UK business, LFL sales f...
13 June 2022
Following last week’s IGD Tesco Trade briefing, during which Tesco highlighted the importance of enhanced collaboration to drive efficiency and mitigate the cost-of-living crisis, it has come to light that Tesco is trialing increased levels of palletisation in at least one of its stores to assess how this might impact instore productivity.   The merchandising of products on pallets is, of cour...
09 June 2022
In newly released five-year market forecasts, IGD predicts the grocery market will grow by 11.3% over the next five years from £216.8bn to £241.3bn. While inflation will underpin the majority of growth in 2022, with a 3.5% value increase predicted, this will moderate from 2023 onwards. With the war in Ukraine impacting the UK supply chain and food prices expected to increase by 8.9% in 2022, I...
09 June 2022
We round up three developments in the market as Tesco receives clearance for its purchase of Joyce’s Supermarkets and SPAR South Africa announces its first half results, discussing BWG’s performance. Tesco receives clearance for Joyce’s acquisition After announcing its intention to purchase Joyce’s Supermarkets in November 2021, Tesco Ireland has received clearance from the country’s Co...