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Solicitor in court accused of injecting blood into food at London supermarkets

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A solicitor accused of using syringes to inject blood into food at three west London supermarkets has appeared in court. Leoaai Elghareeb is charged with contaminating or interfering with goods with intent at three st...

Man charged with contaminating goods at London supermarkets

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A 37-year-old man has been charged with contaminating or interfering with goods with intent at three supermarkets in west London. Leoaai Elghareeb, of Crabtree Lane, Fulham, is due to appear before Westminster magistr...

UK supermarkets’ online sales fall despite Euro 2020 alcohol surge

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Online grocery sales by UK supermarkets declined year on year for the first time ever in the four weeks to 11 July, as lockdown easing resulted in shoppers returning to physical stores and restaurants, bars, pubs and ...

Why supermarkets are on private equity firms’ shopping lists

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British high streets have taken a battering over the past decade – first from online retail, then from the pandemic, and now from a combination of the two. What remains of the sector is being picked over by the invest...

Why fast-track grocery delivery apps could soon leave supermarkets on the shelf

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Over the past year, you may have noticed the rapid growth in all kinds of app-based delivery services. For a while, supermarkets weren’t involved: traditionally, the industry does not grow very much. The margins are s...