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GS1 UK joined with grocery brands and retailers to raise the roof at an industry-wide summer party, recognising incredible colleagues and raising funds for GroceryAid On 4 July, Barcode Festival surpassed last year’s event with 2,200 grocery colleagues enjoy
The trick to retaining shoppers in the information age might be as easy as just listening to what they want The grocery industry is the most intensely competitive sector in UK retail, with the major players vying for a share of a market that will be worth an
New legislation will require a full ingredients list on pre-packaged food labels by summer 2021 After the death of Natasha Ednan-Laprouse from a severe allergic reaction in 2016, her family and allergen-awareness activists started a campaign for more rigorou
The global standards body becomes an authorised issuer for identifying medical devices, and introduces a new identification key to support the process On 7 June 2019, the European Commission designated
The UK’s biggest supermarket is endorsing the use of mobile-ready hero images for all of its product listings Britain’s leading grocery retailer by market share is changing the way it displays products to optimise for mobile phone usage.
The results from our product data survey are in: it is clear that consistent, high-quality data is now of paramount importance to branded suppliers in the grocery industry A couple of months ago, we asked you to take part in a short survey to help us better understand your pain points w
Chris MacNeil, managing director of e/booster Limited talks about the free Brexit-preparation events giving crucial advice to small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) in London Ever since the Referendum in June 2016, Brexit has been the B-word we haven’t been able to escape.