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mazon has expanded its UK grocery offering through a deal with Booths that will see the Lancashire-based supermarket’s goods offered to Southern customers for the first time in its 170-year history. Amazon Fresh will offer a “comprehensive selection” of Booths products including ready meals, cheeses and deli products to customers in eligible postcodes in London and the South East. Booths currently has 28 brick and mortar stores, mainly in the north- west of England.


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Amazon launched its ‘Fresh’ service in the UK last year, and already provides products from Morrisons and the recently-acquired Whole Foods.


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cado has cheered another strong quarter as it reported sales growth, but signalled a further hit from expansion plans. The company posted a 13.1% rise in retail revenues to £312.7m for its third quarter to August 27, up from 12.5% in the first half of its financial year. Group revenues lifted by 14.3% to £344.5m.


However, shares in Ocado fell 7% as the group took a knock to


earnings from costs of setting up new distribution centres. It is increasing capacity at its centre in Andover, while also working on its fourth centre in Erith, set to open next year.


Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.


Aldi has submitted a planning application for the site in Wixams, which would be its 12th warehouse in the UK, following discussions with Bedford Borough Council and developer Gallagher Estates. It comes as Aldi ramps up its investment in the UK. In 2016, the grocer ploughed £450m into new stores and distribution centres in the UK and Ireland, taking its investment over the last five years to £2bn.


Share figures from Kantar


Worldpanel have shown that Ocado is reaching more shoppers nationwide than ever before, with 834,000 households shopping with the retailer in the 12 weeks to September 10. Ocado now has a 1.4% share of the market, while its sales grew 10.1% in the latest quarter.


ldi has unveiled plans to build a £75m distribution centre in Bedford to support its expansion in the South East of England. The discounter said the 947,000sqft facility will employ more than 400 people and service its growing portfolio of stores in


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Its Camden store is offering home delivery within one- and two-hour slots within a three-mile radius. A range of ready meals can be delivered


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arks & Spencer is trialling an online grocery service that will enable shoppers to have their dinner delivered within an hour.


within an hour, but if shoppers add groceries, delivery time is two hours. While Britons have fallen out of love with the M&S clothing range, they have been flocking to its food aisles to pick up ingredients for an evening meal, rather than doing a big weekly shop.


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celand has opened another branch of its supermarket chain, The Food Warehouse, in Selly Oak, Birmingham. Founded in 2014, The Food Warehouse now has 50 stores across the UK.


Managing director Richard Walker said: “The Food Warehouse is a new store format, providing bulk-buy options alongside our frozen, fresh and chilled foods. Our expertise lies in frozen food, but we also offer a wide range of meats, fish, vegetables and ready to cook meal solutions.”


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