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J Sainsbury
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07 декабря, 15:40

Виниловые пластинки победили mp3

Впервые в истории продажи музыкальных альбомов на виниловых пластинках превзошли покупки треков в цифровых магазинах. Этот тренд иллюстрирует смену пользовательских привычек в способе потребления музыки.

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07 декабря, 15:40

Виниловые пластинки победили mp3

Впервые в истории продажи музыкальных альбомов на виниловых пластинках превзошли покупки треков в цифровых магазинах. Этот тренд иллюстрирует смену пользовательских привычек в способе потребления музыки.

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30 ноября, 15:15

Tesco and Sainsbury's ban plastic cotton buds to cut waste

UK’s two largest supermarket chains will replace the plastic stems with paper ones in all own-brand products by the end of 2017The UK’s two largest supermarket chains have committed to end the sale of cotton buds with plastic stems, which are the most common litter from toilets flushed on to the country’s beaches.Both Tesco and Sainsbury’s will replace the plastic stick with paper by the end of 2017 in their own-brand products. Continue reading...

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30 ноября, 04:00

Supermarket shoppers can get their Christmas dinner for £20 – survey

Cost of buying 11 festive ingredients comes to £19.82 if consumers shop around across Aldi, Lidl, Asda, Morrisons and IcelandSupermarket shoppers can pick up everything they need for Christmas dinner for eight people for less than £20 this year, a survey has found.The cost of buying 11 Christmas dinner essentials – including a turkey, plum pudding, fresh vegetables and cranberry sauce – comes out at £19.82, or £2.48 a head, after shopping around for the best prices at Aldi, Lidl, Asda, Morrisons and Iceland, Good Housekeeping magazine found in its annual festive shopping basket cost survey. Continue reading...

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28 ноября, 16:49

Morrisons consolidates its position amid big four

Potts-led turnround shows promising signs but Tesco and Sainsbury’s retain clear lead

27 ноября, 08:59

Comforting red wines for troubling times | David Williams

Smooth, soft and soothing… Prescribe yourself a large glass of one of these three reds and you’ll find yourself feeling less anxiousBodega Volcanes Carménère, Rapel Valley, Chile 2014 (£10.99, or £7.99 as part of a mixed case of six, Majestic) Wine as comfort. It’s an idea that is especially appealing at this daylight-starved time of the year, but all the more so when we seem to be living through a surreal prequel to The Hunger Games. For me, comfort wines, like comfort food, should be soft, warm and filling. Nothing too challenging, just lots of dark fruit and a cosseting texture – the kind of red wine you can drink alone or with my favourite consoling winter dish, shepherd’s pie. Chile does this kind of generous style well, and this version of the country’s signature red grape, carmenère, combines suave tannins, juicy blackcurrant, subtle leafiness and spice, even a touch of that other great edible source of solace, chocolate.Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run Shiraz, Clare Valley, Australia 2014 (£13, Marks & Spencer) Other candidates for smooth wines of substance can be found across the Andes in Argentina. Malbec is of course the country’s calling card, and Taste the Difference Fairtrade Morador Malbec 2015 (£8, Sainsbury’s) is lavishly black cherry-fruited, with a brightness of acidity that works very well if your comfort food choice is tomato-rich spaghetti bolognese. But the variety is at home in blends, too, not least in Viñalba’s deep, dark Black Forest gateau combination of Malbec with Portuguese grape Touriga Nacional (£12.99, or £9.99, 2014 vintage, as part of a mixed six, Majestic). Then there’s Australia, home of the world’s most soothing shiraz: Kilikanoon’s exuberant example fairly billows with perfumed black fruit and good cheer. Continue reading...

25 ноября, 10:52

Black Friday shoppers rush for online bargains - as it happened

Retailers report a surge in online traffic as shoppers seek the best bargains on what has become one of the biggest shopping days of the year Black Friday: how to make sure you have a bargainBlack Friday 2016: UK’s best deals and discountsFlight and holiday deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2.48pm GMT As Black Friday sales continue across the UK, we’re going to close up for the day. We haven’t had the unseemly shop-floor scenes of 2014, as people scrapped to get their hands on the best deals. Guardian reporters hit the shops early this morning to find much calmer scenes, and small or no queues.It’s no surprise that we didn’t have people queuing to get into stores like in previous years. This is partly because more retailers opted to spread out their deals over a longer period, but it’s also because of the growth of online and mobile shopping. Black Friday has still captured the attention of shoppers this year and it seems the appetite for a bargain is still there – but how consumers shop for those bargains is changing.People don’t have to wait until the stores open. Instead, they can search for deals at home or on their way to work – and the online trading figures for the early hours of Black Friday seem to show this was the case more than ever this year. 2.32pm GMT appliancesdirect.co.uk says customers are taking advantage of Black Friday to make savings on big ticket items.Since midnight it has sold more than 4,000 blenders, over 2,000 washing machines, and 1,000 4K HD televisions.We anticipated strong sales, but the popularity in cut price home appliances this year has surpassed our expectations. Shoppers have taken full advantage of thousands of pounds of savings on big ticket items in anticipation of price rises in technology early next year as a result of the exchange rate changes following the referendum result. Continue reading...

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23 ноября, 13:03

Ex-Sainsbury's Chief Predicts Post Brexit Food Price Rises Of 5% - And A Chain Going Bust

We have two predictions today from Justin King, the ex-Sainsbury's chief executive. One is that food prices are going to rise by some 5% as a result of Brexit and the subsequent fall in the pound. The other is that there's going to be the collapse of one of the [...]

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23 ноября, 10:24

Supermarket prices 'to rise by 5%'

UK supermarket prices will rise by at least 5% over the next six months, according to the former boss of Sainsbury's, Justin King.

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22 ноября, 21:55

Aldi and Lidl hike milk and banana prices as pound's fall bites

Move marks step change in price war between German discounters and Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Tesco Discount chains Aldi and Lidl have begun putting up the price of basic groceries, including milk and bananas, as the squeeze from the Brexit-driven fall in the value of the pound hits.The two supermarket companies have raised the price of a four-pint bottle of milk to 99p, from 95p – a 4% lift, which puts them on a par with Asda and just 1p behind Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Tesco. Continue reading...

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21 ноября, 11:00

Why the macaron is a pastel menace

The macaroon of my childhood has been supplanted by its mimsy French cousin. How did it get so popular? After all, it’s little more than a table decorationIn the crazy days before Christmas, I have sometimes, in extremis, swung into Ladurée on Piccadilly, and handed over stupid cash in exchange for small, pistachio-green parcels of multi-coloured macarons. The shop, conveniently situated (for me) right by the number 38 bus stop at one end of the Burlington Arcade, resembles a tiny, golden cave, and something about it – the feeling, perhaps, that you have stepped into the realm of fairies and hobbits, which in a way, of course, you have – encourages the harried shopper to drop her guard. Yes, you know that Ladurée is all over the place now, a chain like any other (it belongs to the same group of businesses as the bakery Paul). Yes, you know, too, that macarons can be picked up at Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer’s these days. But still – quelle disastre – the finger goes out, pointing at those seductive shades you believe will look prettiest lined up in the box.When did we fall for macarons? And why? In my childhood, I knew only of macaroons: little domes of almond or coconut, bound with egg white and perched on a disc of rice paper, that were so easy to make, your mum was inclined to depart the kitchen, possibly in search of a gin, as you set to work with the mixing bowl. They were, even then, an old-fashioned treat, and a bit comical for that; not for nothing did Victoria Wood and Julie Walters send them up in Acorn Antiques. But at school fetes and Brownie bring-and-buys, they were always the second thing to go (the first were the endless trays of chocolate cornflake crispies). Continue reading...

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17 ноября, 16:13

Asda sales slump puts chain at bottom of UK supermarket league

Walmart-owned firm is worst performing grocer after 5.8% sales fall at established stores and 4.2% decline in shopper trafficAsda has reported a near 6% fall in sales at established stores, confirming its position as the worst performing major UK supermarket.Sales at the Walmart-owned chain’s established stores dropped by 5.8% in the three months to 30 September. That was an improvement on the previous quarter, when sales were down by 7.5%, but puts Asda well behind rivals Tesco and Morrisons, which recently reported underlying sales growth. Continue reading...

16 ноября, 12:25

James Corden Hits All The Right Notes In Sainsbury’s 'Greatest Gift' Christmas Commercial

Just 39 shopping days left until Christmas, so naturally, holiday-themed commercials are starting to take over the airwaves. And this ad by U.K. supermarket chain Sainsbury’s is an early contender for the best of the season.  The spot features Dave, a husband and father who wants to give his family the greatest gift: more of himself. Dave cooks up a plan to do just that in this animated clip, set to the tune “The Greatest Gift” written by Flight of the Concords star Bret McKenzie and sung by James Corden, host of the “Late Late Show” and its mega-viral “Carpool Karaoke” segments. Check it out above, and be sure to take a look at this behind-the-scenes video showing the painstaking work of creating the commercial’s stop-motion animation. The ad is being praised for its inclusiveness, with depictions that include a mixed-race family, a same-sex couple, a single father and people from different cultures. But not everyone is thrilled with the campaign. Some Sainsbury’s workers are complaining that their long hours mean they can’t give that “greatest gift” to their own families during the holidays.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

15 ноября, 12:56

Европейские индексы растут во вторник вслед за котировками акций нефтекомпаний

Европейские фондовые индексы растут во вторник, акции нефтекомпаний дорожают вслед за подъемом цен на нефть.

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15 ноября, 10:20

Which charities will benefit from this year's Christmas TV ads?

With retail giants such as John Lewis and Sainsbury’s jostling for impact with their TV adverts, we look at how charities are set to gain This is the time of year when the UK’s retail giants launch their blockbuster television ads and this year has been no exception, with a comedy bouncing dog, Mrs Claus and a time-poor dad. Continue reading...

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14 ноября, 03:01

Sainsbury's joins Christmas ad battle with animation and James Corden

Three-minute ad is upbeat musical story featuring busy dad creating replicas of himself so he can spend more time with familySainsbury’s has stepped up its battle with John Lewis to be the UK’s most popular Christmas ad with an animated West End musical-style story with James Corden on vocals.The supermarket will launch its three-minute ad, which took seven weeks to animate using hitech 3D-printing techniques never previously used in the UK, on Monday, making it the last of the major retailers to kick off its festive campaign. Continue reading...

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13 ноября, 20:42

Argos boss plans whirlwind shop tour to boost catalogue retailer

John Rogers will visit 40 branches in five days in Christmas run-up to improve morale and service after Sainbury’s takeover and Black Friday salesThe new boss of Argos, John Rogers, is planning a remarkable nationwide tour in an attempt to boost staff morale and improve customer service at the catalogue retailer after it was bought by Sainsbury’s. Rogers will visit eight shops a day for five days in the run-up to Christmas.Just 10 weeks into the job, Rogers has already toured numerous distribution centres, a couple of call centres and delivered parcels to people’s homes. When the Guardian joined Rogers on his latest trip with a delivery driver, he had just encountered some of the challenges of the job. “Last time the guy came to the door in his boxers. Everyone made sure to keep eye contact,” he jokes. Continue reading...

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12 ноября, 03:04

Plunging pound puts Irish mushroom farmers in the shade

Producers dependent on UK supermarkets fear for the future with one in 10 farmers in the Republic out of business since Brexit voteAs Gerry Reilly moves from one of his 50-foot mushroom farm units to another, he constantly checks the currency tracker xe.com to see if the pound is still falling.Since the Brexit vote in June and sterling’s plunge against the euro, the Irish mushroom industry has taken a hammering. Continue reading...

09 ноября, 21:51

Stock markets can shrug at Trump's arrival – but not for long

Share prices may have defied predictions of a slump, but traders will have to face up to reality of untested Trump sooner or laterCan’t investors see that the next US president is completely untested in office, is an economic isolationist and a geopolitical accident waiting to happen? Apparently not. Or, rather, the investment world decided such worries can wait for another day. Related: Wall Street cheers peaceful transfer of power after Trump election victory - live Continue reading...

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09 ноября, 19:16

Компания J Sainsbury зафиксировала рост полугодовой доналоговой прибыли

Оператор британской сети супермаркетов J Sainsbury зафиксировал рост доналоговой прибыли в первом полугодии, завершившемся 24 сентября. Так, доналоговая прибыль составила 372 млн фунтов стерлингов ($461,15 млн) по сравнению с 339 млн фунтов годом ранее. Выручка, тем временем, возросла с 12,42 млрд фунтов годом ранее до 12,64 млрд фунтов. Заметим, что прибыль до уплаты налогов, но за исключением некоторых статей, снизилась на 10% г/г до 277 млн фунтов стерлингов.