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Morrisons store workers have won 1st round of their legal battle for equal pay

Aldi Süd has been awarded the Green Brands seal

Maxima recognised as Latvia’s ‘most loved’ retail brand
Maxima Latvija has been recognised as the number one most loved retail brand in the country as well as the best value for money brand for the 3rd year in a row, according to the latest rankings from Baltic Brand Forum. The company has also made it into the top 3 overall most loved brands in Latvia and was named the second most loved brand among all brands in the Baltics.
Source: esmmagazine.com 

UK: Morrisons supermarket workers win key legal battle in equal pay fight
Thousands of store workers at UK supermarket chain Morrisons have won the 1st round of their legal battle for equal pay. In the decision handed down by Judge Davies at Leeds Employment Tribunal, it was confirmed that more than 2,300 of Morrisons’ retail workers who are mostly women can rely on the supermarket’s distribution centre workers as comparators in their claims for equal pay.
Source: retailgazette.co.uk 

Norway’s retail sales decline 3.8% in August
Norway’s seasonally adjusted volume of retail sales decreased by 3.8% from July to August, the latest data from Statistics Norway has revealed. It follows a decline of 3.1% from June to July. The pandemic and regulations imposed to limit infections have contributed to Norwegian consumers changing their consumption patterns and spending less on services, and more on retail goods.
Source: esmmagazine.com 

UK: Aldi in hot water with shoppers over 'infuriating' name of £2.19 vegan product
Supermarket giant Aldi has enraged shoppers with the name of one of its new products. The retailer has released vegan bacon - but people aren't happy. Aldi shared a picture of its new bacon on Facebook, writing: "Who said vegan needed to be boring (and expensive)? Not us. In store now!"
Source: manchestereveningnews.co.uk 

Alibaba-backed Ninja Van in no rush for IPO after raising $578mln
Southeast Asian logistics provider Ninja Van is sufficiently capitalised after raising $578mln and it could be about 18 months before it taps public markets for an IPO, the head of the Singapore-based company said.
Source: reuters.com 

Germany: Aldi Süd awarded Green Brands quality seal
Aldi Süd has announced that it has been awarded the Green Brands seal, an internationally recognised EU quality mark that recognises brands that are particularly resource-saving and environmentally friendly. The retailer added that the achievement is also the first for German food discounters.
Source: esmmagazine.com 

US: UNFI delivered ‘solid fiscal 2021’, new CEO Sandy Douglas says
New United Natural Foods Inc. (UNFI) CEO J. Alexander “Sandy” Douglas took part in his first earnings call with the company, which eked out a sales gain for its 2021 fiscal year but topped the high end of Wall Street’s earnings forecast. For the 4th quarter ended July 31, net sales totaled $6.74bln, down 0.5% from $6.77bln a year earlier, when the grocery distributor reported a 0.4% uptick (8% on a comparable basis) amid strong customer demand fueled by the COVID-19, UNFI said. Sales for the 2021 quarter were up 7.5% on a 2-year stack, the company noted.
Source: supermarketnews.com 

US: Albertsons Companies selects Procurant for perishables order management
Procurant, a cloud-based software company transforming the global food supply chain, announced the successful implementation of the Procurant One technology platform for purchasing and order management across Albertsons Companies Inc. (ACI), including brands Albertsons, Safeway, Jewel-Osco, Acme, United Supermarkets and Vons.
Source: businesswire.com 

US: The Giant Company launches Instant Delivery
Tapping a new service from Instacart, The Giant Company has introduced 30-minute Instant Delivery from early morning to late at night for convenience products, fresh groceries and household essentials from Giant and Martin’s supermarkets.
Source: supermarketnews.com 

Canada: Above Food goes direct-to-consumer route
In response to increasing shopper demand for plant-based foods, Above Food Corp. has launched a direct-to-consumer e-commerce platform, which will enable consumers across North America to have more than 40 plant-based food products delivered to their homes. According to the Toronto-based company, its offerings boast “unparalleled traceability, qualifiable sustainability and superior nutrient density.”
Source: progressivegrocer.com 


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