Today, the Co-op is relaunching its membership offering and introducing more great value personalised offers to new and existing members alike in its food stores, while doubling funds being given to community groups.
Co-op expands partnership with Diebold Nixdorf to enhance customer shopping journeys through self-service and traditional PoS
Co-op Group, one of the world’s largest consumer cooperatives, has expanded its relationship with Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE: DBD) to include managed services and remote monitoring of self-service and point-of-sale (POS) systems throughout the UK. This comprehensive offering optimizes members’ shopping
Gather & Gather, which is part of CH&CO, a specialist catering and hospitality company, opens its first retail shop as a Co-op franchisee at Oxford Brookes University.
The Co-op has reported total revenues up 7.6% to £5.8bn in the 26 weeks to 4 July and said sales were driven by exceptional performances from its Food and Wholesale operations.
Co-op is set to serve-up two new stores in Wales this week (Friday, 18, September) with a combined £1.2m investment creating up to 30 local jobs.
Co-op is set to serve-up a new-look food store in Hereford following a £1.5m investment to transform its Grandstand Road store.
Christmas has come early at Central England Co-op as mince pies and Christmas puddings have gone on sale early in an effort to meet customer demand.
Co-op ramps up store openings and ties up with challenger start-up Pinga to offer zero emission grocery deliveries in East London
Co-op is set to open more than three stores each week until December as plans to serve new neighbourhoods accelerate. The retailer has also joined forces with the challenger start-up Pinga to offer zero emission online grocery deliveries across East London. The
Co-op set to serve-up a new-look food store this week in New North Road, Islington, following a £550,000 programme of works to enhance the store and better serve the community.
The Co-op is opening a new London food store in Ealing (Thursday, 20 August), following a near £600,000 investment.
Co-op has served up a new London food store in Islington, following a £650,000 investment.
Co-op and Deliveroo have announced a major milestone in their delivery partnership as Deliveroo customers can now order from 400 Co-op stores serving towns and cities with a combined population of 27 million people across the UK. This makes Co-op
Co-op has served-up four petrol filling stations with improved convenience stores on site following a multi-million investment supporting around 70 local jobs.
A range of great-value face coverings for kids are now available to buy at Co-op stores at £3 a pack.
The Co-op has opened new community-based stores at Barking Riverside and in Chester.
Customers at a Central England Co-op store can now make use of its first-ever self-scan tills as part of an exciting new trial.
Co-op has served up its newest food store in Highgate, North London, following a £640,000 investment creating up to 20 local jobs.
John Lewis & Partners extends Click & Collect partnership with Co-op to provide customers with nearly 900 collection locations in the UK
Today, 17 July, John Lewis has announced that its fast track, Click & Collect delivery and returns service will be available in over 500 Co-op food stores by the end of the summer, offering customers access to John Lewis products
Co-op is set to serve-up its newest food store in Harlow (Friday, 17 July) following a £600,000 investment creating 14 new jobs.Co-op set to serve-up its newest store in Harlow community
Hull-based bakers, Jacksons, has secured a deal to supply own-branded bread to leading convenience retailer, Co-op, it has confirmed today (Friday, 10 July)
The Co-op’s petrol station and food store in Liversedge has re-launched following a £1.1M investment to extend and improve the store to better serve the community.
Co-op warns of store crime epidemic unless Government introduces legislation to provide staff with greater protection
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.