Shop workers have been spat at and threatened with being ‘given coronavirus’ as violence spills over in supermarket aisles and today, retail giant, Co-op, is warning of a store crime epidemic unless the Government urgently introduces new legislation to provide
Co-op’s £3 face covering range has seen a surge in demand and have quickly become the fastest selling items across its stores, outselling everyday essentials such as milk.
Co-op businesses are better placed to weather the post lockdown economic storm, according to a study published today, 5 June.
Robots are being rolled-out to further communities across Milton Keynes and surrounding towns and villages as Co-op sees increased consumer demand for robo-shopping.
Buymie first came to the market in Dublin, Ireland, where it has become the market-leader in same-day grocery delivery
Community retailer, Co-op, has launched a nationwide payment solution and volunteer matching support scheme to get groceries delivered to those that are self-isolating due to coronavirus.
Central England Co-op is rolling out special face visors for all colleagues to help keep them safe and healthy while they ensure communities continue to have access to vital food and essentials.
The retailer, which has over 260 food stores and
The Co-op has reported total revenues up 7% to £10.9bn in the 52 weeks to 4 January 2020. Revenue in food rose 3% to £7.5bn with like-for-like sales up 1.9%; representing six years of like-for-like food revenue growth.
A village Co-op has been boosted by the return to the shopfloor of a former store manager to provide support during the Coronavirus outbreak – just eight weeks after she retired from the role.
Co-op CEO Steve Murrells today (14 April) is directing his own personal income to kick-start a Co-op Members Fund, which will be channelled into foodbanks, a funeral hardship fund and front-line community causes.
Co-op has announced a major multi-million-pound boost to feed the nation during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The convenience retailer has pulled its Easter TV advertising campaign, which was originally promoting its chocolate eggs, and donated the airtime – worth £2.5
The Big Issue, which is sold by some of the UK’s most vulnerable people to lift themselves out of poverty, is now available to buy in Co-op stores to support the Magazine and its vendors as selling on the streets
Central England Co-op has teamed up with Lichfield District Council to launch a ground-breaking project aimed at getting vital food and essentials to vulnerable members of the local community.
Co-op has filled every one of the 5,000 temporary store roles it created last week in a record seven days – following an unprecedented response from the British public to the retailer’s recruitment drive which has been prompted by the
Steve Murrells, Co-op CEO, has called for the pressing need to support those who are most at risk and vulnerable in the wake of the coronavirus. Murrells said: “I am calling on people to think and act co-operatively. There is
Digital Goodie, the Finnish creator of the award-winning Digital Goodie Connected Commerce platform, and Co-op, the British convenience store operator and consumer co-operative, have announced the next step in their cooperation around Co-op’s first dedicated online grocery shop and home
Zumtobel Group, lighting brands Thorn and Zumtobel, have created a versatile energy efficient LED lighting system for new and refurbished Co-op stores throughout the UK. Working closely with everyone involved in the project, from the Co-op through to the contractor,
Co-op is to reduce the amount of nitrites, a type of preservative, used in its own-label British bacon range by 60%, in a major UK retailer first move.
YO!, the sushi and Japanese food brand, has hooked a deal to supply Co-op as the retailer opens its latest new food store in London’s Moorgate.
Co-op Group has selected Enterprise ERP, HCM and Payroll Managed Services provider Symatrix to deliver a next-generation managed service solution to support their HR systems. The new Symatrix service will help and support the Co-op’s existing IT organisation in the
ACI Worldwide, a leading global provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, today announced that British food retailer The Co-operative (Co-op) has selected ACI’s award-winning fraud management solution ReD Shield to prevent eCommerce payments fraud.
Co-op has today (Thursday 2 January 2020) revealed major online expansion plans as it dishes up more same-day delivery services in towns and cities across the UK and, what’s believed to be, the biggest rollout of vegan products.
The Co-op un-wraps 30 new stores in the run-up to Christmas as the retailer continues its growth and gets closer to more communities.
The Co-op is set to serve-up its newest food store in Wales following a £550,000 investment creating 15 jobs in Carmarthen.
Co-op today launched (Sunday 1 December) its Christmas TV campaign, which celebrates touching everyday Christmas moments that are shared with delicious food and features one of the 4,000 causes that the community retailer has supported with a £17 million hand