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Sector braces for ominous results for April onwards.
AACS CEO Jeff Rogut said the industry’s value proposition “has never been clearer” than it is right now as consumers shun busy supermarkets for smaller, local stores.
FMCG retailers have had to transform traditional operations rapidly, dealing with changed stock demands, in-store hygiene stations and social distancing policies.
Care packaged designed to support the safety and wellbeing of drivers during a period of heightened pressure and stress.
OPINION: It could be said that prior to coronavirus, there wasn’t a lot of love or loyalty for Australia’s major supermarkets. Now that seems to be changing.
Sydney’s first Coles Local supermarket is set to open later this month.
Independent Brands Australia (IBA), the second-largest network of liquor retail outlets in the country, has launched an e-commerce site with next day delivery.
“I never thought I would ever be on a government call asking them for help to try and reduce sales, hopefully it will never happen again.” Coles CEO Steven Cain said details intense quarter.
With many consumers feeling the economic hit of COVID-19, the price of essential items is a key concern.
Woolworths, Uncle Toby’s and Old El Paso have donated corporate ad space to the nonprofit.