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Tesco linked to slave food?

According to a human rights group, migrant workers are being enslaved in grim and violent conditions to produce many of the prawns on our supermarket shelves. One of the supermarkets is said to be Tesco.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Tesco seeks Asia pick-up after fresh profit setback

London - Supermarket giant Tesco announced a second drop in annual profits in a row on Wednesday, leaving Britain's biggest retailer hoping that recent expansion into India and China can offset weakness in Europe.
In the Media by Ben Perry (AFP)

Tesco seeks Asia pick-up after fresh profit setback

London - Supermarket giant Tesco announced a second drop in annual profits in a row on Wednesday, leaving Britain's biggest retailer hoping that recent expansion into India and China can offset weakness in Europe.
In the Media by Ben Perry (AFP)

Tesco criticized for stocking unsustainable tuna

U.K. grocer chain Tesco has been criticized for stocking a brand of tuna described as "unsustainable" due to the tuna being fished with destructive methods that kill turtles, sharks and rays alongside the tuna.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Tesco pins UK turnaround on price cuts and store revamps

Britain's Tesco <TSCO.L>, the world's third-largest retailer, is to cut prices as it relaxes its view on operating margins and steps up its store revamp program and investment in on...
In the Media by James Davey and Neil Maidment (Reuters)

Tesco in talks on future of Turkish business

Tesco <TSCO.L>, the world's No. 3 retailer by sales, is in talks with several companies over a possible restructuring of its struggling business in Turkey.
In the Media by Daren Butler and James Davey (Reuters)

Op-Ed: A loony rants against the big supermarkets

The supermarket is one of the most wondrous institutions to emerge from the 20th Century. Alas, not everyone sees it that way.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

UK: Horsemeat scandal romps home as police raid two meat plants

The scandal involving horsemeat in foodstuffs and ready-made meals was portrayed by the UK government as a fraud involving criminal gangs outside the UK but yesterday, events took a new turn as food inspectors and police raided two UK based meat plants.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 10 comments

Watch Tesco pantomime horse burger prank going viral

London - A pair of pranksters mocked Tesco over the recent horse meat burger scandal by donning a pantomime horse suit and running through the aisles of a Tesco in Bierspool, Pembrokeshire, pretending to be mourning the loss of their horse family.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 3 comments

Teenager made to clean room, finds winning lottery ticket

Penicuik - A Scottish teenager who was told to clean up his bedroom by his mother found a winning lottery ticket hidden away in a drawer.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Do supermarkets really rip us off?

A BBC documentary on the ongoing supermarket price wars reveals that some of the bargains and price cuts are not all they appear, but do shoppers protest too much?
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 3 comments

Armed robbery attempt at Stevenage Tesco Express, woman arrested Special

Stevenage - Several police units rushed to the scene of an armed robbery in progress at a Tesco Express store in the High Street, Old Stevenage on Tuesday night.
Digital Journal Report by Kev Hedges

Op-Ed: The great cheese conspiracy

David Icke believes there is a conspiracy by giant lizards to enslave the world by abolishing cash and implanting microchips in the backs of our necks, but he has overlooked a far more sinister threat: the plot to rig the price of cheese in Britain.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

Retail giant threatens legal action after 'price-fixing' fine

Supermarket giant Tesco said it will fight a huge fine imposed by a regulator after it was accused of colluding with other retail outlets to fix prices of dairy products.
In the Media by Andrew John

'Virtual shopping' trial a success at subway station in Seoul

Seoul - Fancy shopping from a subway station? Well the concept isn't too far off the West, after UK supermarket Tesco recently trialed the idea in Seoul, South Korea.
In the Media by Christopher Bates - 1 comment

Tesco launches school uniform for $5.82

Is your child nagging you for the latest gadgets? Perhaps a digital camera? Maybe a smart phone? It’s in our nature to cut back wherever possible, and while saving money on parental essentials will free up extra pennies to spend on your child, be warned
In the Media by Christopher Bates

Black garlic goes on general sale in UK supermarkets next month

Black garlic is to go on general sale in the UK from May and while the Gothic-coloured alliaceae will also give you all the health benefits enjoyed by the traditional cream coloured clove - this won't give you bad breath.
In the Media by Kev Hedges - 3 comments

NHS doctor slams Tesco for selling cheap Viagra

A doctor working for the National Health Service in England has warned that selling cheap Viagra in supermarkets could put millions of men's health at risk.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 1 comment

Local Welsh community fights back against supermarket dominance

Cardigan - Three hundred people in Aberteifi (Cardigan), a town on the west coast of Wales, have achieved the first step in an attempt to rebuild their town centre.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 3 comments

Tesco opening first drive-thru supermarket in the UK

Baldock - Tesco is opening the first drive-thru supermarket in the UK. It will be part of the Tesco Extra store in Baldock, Hertfordshire, and if it is popular more will be opened.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 3 comments

Baked-bean pizza and deep-fried Mars bar supper, anyone?

Food comes in all shapes, sizes, tastes and smells. But what's hot and what's not, when it comes to culinary combinations?
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 5 comments

The 'Lasandwich' launched by UK supermarket chain, Tesco

Tesco, the UK-based supermarket chain, has launched the ‘Lasandwich’, or lasagna sandwich, which it hopes will become a “top-selling ready meal between two slices of bread”.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 2 comments

Doctor Who hits UK screens tonight – with a new man in the TARDIS

America must hold its breath for two more weeks, but today millions of sci-fi fans in the UK will tune in to see a new actor in the guise of the eccentric Time Lord with the sonic screwdriver and the police-box time machine.
In the Media by Andrew John

Tesco stops man from carrying daughter on shoulders in store

Cambridge - One of the world's largest retailers, U.K.-based Tesco, has told a man he cannot shop while carrying his daughter on his shoulders.
In the Media by Chris Dade - 1 comment

New Dress Code For Supermarket Shoppers

After receiving many customer complaints of other shoppers in their night clothes, the supermarket, Tesco, has implemented a dress code for its Cardiff, South Wales store.
In the Media by Laura Trowbridge - 18 comments

Founder of Jedi Religion Claims Discrimination by Supermarket

A 23-year-old man from Wales who founded the International Church of Jediism, a religion inspired by the Jedi from the Star Wars movies, is claiming that he was discriminated against by the supermarket chain Tesco.
In the Media by Chris Dade - 3 comments

British supermarket bans 'battery eggs'

Sainsbury’s is the first of the four big UK supermarkets to ban eggs from battery hens. It will remove "battery eggs" from all its 790 stores by February 5.
In the Media by Naved Akhtar

Supermarket Admits to Grabbing Workers Off the Streets

UK blamed for taking all our own workers, so we ask the homeless to work for us, says Polish Tesco's.
In the Media by Michelle Duffy - 3 comments

The Cult of the Supermarket

A topic of recent acclaim, is the supermarket becoming the downfall of the older values of society?
In the Media by archangelG

Bailiffs seize alcohol from Tesco in contaminated fuel twist

Bailiffs seized £60,000 worth of alcohol from a Tesco store which will may be sold off at auction to shopfitter David Bond £2,690 after Tesco fuel damaged the engine in his van
In the Media by Steve in the UK
 

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