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How COVID-19 changed online shopping behaviour in NZ

Some products that were expected to increase in popularity actually decreased, a recent survey revealed.

Aust-UK free trade deal to offer ‘valuable opportunities’ in $816m export channel

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson eager to get Australian food brands on shelves.

Key reports point to recovery in consumer spending

The latest retail spending, foot traffic and consumer sentiment reports show signs of recovery in May.

Woolworths uses company logo to mark 100th store with solar panel system

Orange solar system can produce over 150 megawatt hours of electricity each year, which can help offset approximately 8 per cent of the store’s energy consumption.

Woolworths lifts product restrictions

The supermarket giant has also launched promotions on thousands of items now that products are in full stock.

SPC eyes global expansion with Döhler joint venture

Gourmet Ingredients Pty Ltd will market and sell natural ingredients around the world through Döhler’s extensive sales and distribution channels.

Watch yourself: the self-surveillance strategy to keep supermarket shoppers honest

Woolworths trials self-service checkout terminals with built-in cameras.

The fallout from Kaufland’s exit: What it means for the Australian market

Contributor Andy Kirk reflects on Kaufland’s surprise exit from Australia, and what it means for the local supermarket sector moving forward.

Inquiry to investigate role of grocery industry in supply to remote communities

An inquiry by the Indigenous Affairs Committee will investigate concerns of price gouging in remote community stores.

Lion cyber attack stalls operations

The company behind brands such as Dairy Farmers and XXXX Gold said the IT shutdown would cause disruption to suppliers and customers.