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Sales at the UK’s biggest grocery retailer have now risen for three quarters in a row following an all time low last year as it struggled to fend off stiff competition from the discounters.
While overall figures for the supermarket sector remain relatively flat with growth at 0.3%, alcohol sales provided a needed boost, up 8.5% according to Kantar Worldpanel’s most recent figures.
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For the first time in at least two years, the UK’s leading supermarkets experienced two consecutive months of growth in both money taken at the till and volume of goods sold.
Tesco showcased over 130 wines at the Hospital Club in Covent Garden at its autumn retail tasting this week.
According to Kantar Worldpanel figures out this week, the good weather helped UK consumers increase their spend with grocers, with market growth hitting 0.3%.
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