Iceland and American restaurant chain TGI Fridays have teamed up to release their most exciting product yet, the TGI Fridays Ice Cream Cake (£3.00).
Iceland launches meal deals including pizzas, side dishes, desserts and beer from – in time for the Euros this summer
Iceland is launching a variety of meal deals including Chicago Town and Goodfella’s pizzas, classic sides from McCain and Birds Eye, as well as deals on desserts and beer – all in time for the Euros this summer.
Del Monte®, the UK’s number one canned fruit brand and Iceland are pleased to announce their collaboration to launch an extensive new Del Monte® Frozen Fruits range, exclusively available online and from Iceland and The Food Warehouse stores, from Wednesday
Iceland to extend giveaway of frozen veg to customers using Healthy Start Vouchers in stores until end of August 2021
Iceland has extended its giveaway of frozen veg to customers using Healthy Start Vouchers in its stores across England, Wales and Northern Ireland until the end of August 2021. The free veg, worth £1 for every Healthy Start voucher used
Iceland rises above caterpillar furore to launch Butterfly Cakes to promote importance of biodiversity
In the wake of the inter-supermarket caterpillar cake debacle, Iceland has announced it will launch brand-new Iceland Bonny the Butterfly Cakes to promote the importance of biodiversity.
Iceland and The Food Warehouse partner The Big Lunch 2021 – the UK’s annual big date to celebrate and give thanks to neighbours and communities
Iceland and The Food Warehouse have announced their partnership with The Big Lunch 2021 – the UK’s annual big date to celebrate and give thanks to neighbours and communities.
Iceland has become the first UK supermarket to launch plastic-free packaging for its Pink Lady apples, as it continues to reduce its plastic packaging footprint.
Iceland has launched a new convenience supermarket format under the Swift brand, with a comprehensive refit. The trial store opened today (Thursday, 18 March 2021) at the former Iceland Four Lane Ends site in Benton, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Iceland joins Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI), to protect marine life from and discarded fishing gear
Iceland has today announced it has become a member of the Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) – the world’s largest cross-sectoral alliance committed to driving solutions to the problem of lost, abandoned and discarded fishing gear (also known as “ghost
Can you help in the fight to reverse climate change and promote social justice, while also generating a profit? In his debut book, The Green Grocer, Richard Walker shows you how it’s not only possible but essential to do so.
XPO Logistics, a leading global provider of transport and logistics solutions, has renewed its contract with frozen food retail leader Iceland Foods for warehousing and distribution services. XPO will implement a phased strategy to increase growth capacity for the British
Iceland is today calling on the retail and wider business sector to become more transparent in their reporting of plastic packaging, as the supermarket continues to lead the way in the fight against plastic pollution.
Iceland has announced that it has reduced its operational carbon footprint by nearly three quarters (74%) since 2011, ensuring it is well ahead of schedule to hit the Government’s target of being carbon neutral by 2050. Its footprint has fallen
Iceland has today announced that it has reduced its food waste by nearly a quarter (23.2%) in the past two years, reducing the amount wasted by almost 2,500 tonnes.
Iceland, the leading British frozen food retailer, has officially signed for a lease of 20 years for its regional distribution centre at Houston Industrial Estate in Livingston.
Iceland will be the only major UK supermarket to offer its customers the choice of a plastic free or reduced plastic packaging Christmas dinner this year.
Supermarket Iceland has announced it is to undertake the biggest shake up in its own-brand history with over 550 new and improved products launching in stores from 2 September. The overhaul of Iceland’s popular own label follows months of market
To bring some fun to the Christmas food shop, supermarket chain Iceland has trialled a new concept – Shopping on Ice. A world first, supermarket aisles in their Stratford branch were transformed to ice. A team of 12 ice rink experts
Following the recent announcement that Pizza Express and Hays Travel are to open new venues at Leeds Merrion Centre, the city’s longest standing retail and leisure destination is once again celebrating as frozen food giant Iceland has confirmed it is
Regulators ban Iceland’s “political” palm oil-related Christmas ad…but retailer launches campaign on YouTube
Retailer Christmas adverts have been the source of much anticipation in the weeks building up to the big day in recent years, with retailers blowing their advertising budgets to ensure their advert becomes the most talked about of the season. For
Iceland made the decision to demonstrate to the food and retail industries that it is possible to reduce the demand for palm oil by seeking alternative ingredient solutions. Growing demand for palm oil for use in food products, cosmetics and
Global reviews and customer insights company Feefo is riding high on a wave of innovation, with companies such as Iceland and The Perfume Shop utilising its artificial intelligence-powered online reviews platform to gain unrivalled customer insight and make smarter business
Iceland today announces that it will be extending its market-leading trial for the use of reverse vending machines in England, Scotland and Wales as it continues its efforts to end the scourge of plastic pollution.
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks to 20 May 2018, reveal that the recent hot weather combined with the Meghan Markle effect sparked strong market growth – up 2.7% on last year.
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks to 5 November 2017, show supermarket sales have increased in value by 3.2% year on year in the run up to Christmas.