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In the second part of this report, we explore how retailers and manufacturers are offering greater choice, support and convenience to shoppers to encourage healthily lifestyles.

With nearly 50 stores, France-based day by day is taking packaging free retail to the next level. See what makes it different, how it helps shoppers reduce packaging and food waste and what inspiration retailers and suppliers can take from it.

We look in detail at health & wellness trend to identify the key strategies being adopted right now, look at the focus on plant-based menus, nutritional signposting, freshness and superfoods.  

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We review CVS Health’s Q2 results and the progress it’s making against its four strategic pillars.

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The original Oxford trial will be extended, and key features rolled out for trial in more locations following "an overwhelmingly positive response". Trial extended in Botley Road, Oxford store Though the initiative is just seven weeks into its eleven week trial, Waitrose revealed that the findings so far give it confidence that the concept can be a success elsewhere. 7,000 customers have...
The retailer is offering discount to shoppers bringing their own containers when purchasing from Market Place counters. Discount to reduce use of single-use plastic Shoppers bringing their own reusable containers to M&S's Market Place counters will receive 25p discount off each meal. 23 stores include Market Place counters, with over 70,000 people picking up their lunch from them each week....
German-based drugstore operators dm and Rossmann, along with clothing retailer Globus, launch information campaign on waste separation and waste reduction on behalf of the Recyclate Forum. Influencing shopper behaviour at the fixture On 25th July, German-based drugstore operators dm and Rossmann, along with clothing retailer Globus, launched a new information campaign on recyclable material...

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