It seems that the Bakery Project (first seen in Hackney) before being rolled to other London stores such as Kensington has performed well, Euphorium too offers a point of difference and I gather there are plans to roll this to around 100 Surrey stores, replacing the current core Bakery offer.
Euphorium has been a great investment for Tesco, the artisan bakery has really taken the core Bakery / Sandwich offer up a notch, particularly in the London format which has benefitted from the exposure to the Euphorium central bakery in the capital. Read more →
As the blog and indeed business has evolved, there has been a greater demand for instant updates and news – some of which are detailed on Twitter highlighting new campaigns / poor practice in store.
But, what can be detailed in 140 characters doesn’t necessarily always tell the full story. Similarly the ‘fuller’ blogs are popular but these take a lot of time, so its planned that these will form part of a wider subscription offer when a specific retailer is considered and covered. Read more →
The new financial year for Tesco commenced yesterday and heralded a ‘new’ price campaign, nothing like the ill fated ‘Price Drop’ which failed to gain traction and inevitably saw the end of Richard Brasher. Read more →
Tesco are nearing a rollout of a ‘self facing’ shelving solution which will allow shelves to look ‘full’ even when a customer takes a product from the shelf, this isn’t a retailing utopia – this is a reality…
The use of ‘in line’ shelving isn’t anything new for Tesco. this allows bottles to be merchandised on individual ‘lanes’ which prevents the problem of similar SKU’s merging at the back of the shelf. Aiding stock control, replenishment and hopefully, sales…
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A jaunt around my local Asda Supercentre today yielded the first sight of an in store Barclays branch, set to be housed in redundant space behind the checkouts.
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