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Tesco's decline over recent years has proved 'quite staggering', said Shore Capital

Tesco shows ‘staggering’ decline over recent years

By Michael Stones

Tesco’s decline over recent years has been “quite staggering”, according to City analyst Shore Capital, as its analysts predicted further board changes at the troubled retail giant.

Supermarket suppliers reported falling victim to the price war between Britain's biggest retailers

Supermarket price war biggest problem for industry

By Rick Pendrous

Price wars between the major multiples are causing bigger problems for food and drink suppliers than anything they have experienced for many years, as the big four supermarkets battle it out with each other.

Bread is being used as a loss-leader by the supermarkets

Bread will fare better than milk in price wars

By Nicholas Robinson

The bread supply chain will not be affected by the supermarket price wars in the same way as milk, the Federation of Bakers’ director Gordon Polson has said.

M&S is pinning its hopes on tasty festive sales in order to ensure a profitable New Year

Supermarket wars hit food prices

By Dan Colombini

The first evidence emerged this week of how supermarket price wars were helping to force food prices down. Food prices were 0.5% lower in the first two weeks of this month compared with the previous month, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC).

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