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Coop Lombardia opens first ever autism-friendly store in Monza

With support of the EC, Coop Lombardia opens the first ever autism-friendly store in Monza in cooperation with two associations for the relatives of autistic people PizzAut and Alla3. The...

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Co-op-Pinga offers rapid zero-emission home delivery

In a response to the ever-growing demand for home delivery, British Co-op tests zero-emission rapid delivery with Pinga. Pinga’s app will now list 500 Co-op products which are delivered within...

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Morrisons cuts the prices of 400 essential products

On account of the recent recession and the resulting pressure on British households, Morrisons slashes the prices on 400 essential products by an average of 23 per cent. The price...

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Consumers continue stockpiling cheap products

EY has made an international study with more than 14,000 participants, which reveals that 41 percent of people still don’t like to leave their homes and 45 percent stockpile the...

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Global trade of agricultural products doubled in 20 years

According to FAO’s latest Report on the State of Agricultural Commodity Markets, the value of the global agri-food trade grew to USD 1.5 billion, i.e. more than doubled between 1995...

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GKI forecasts a 7-percent GDP drop for 2020

After the 6.1 percent decrease in the GDP in the first half of 2020, for the second half of the year, GKI forecasts an 8 percent decline in the gross...

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Budapest Wine Festival Limited

Budapest Wine Festival is 29 years old this year. Despite the pandemic, the organisers made it possible for a few hundred people to open the season in the company of...

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Sainsbury’s rewards fruit and vegetable purchases

In its “Great Big Fruit and Veg Challenge”, Sainsbury’s urges customers to buy more fruits and vegetables by providing them in an app with targets customized to their shopping habits....

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Heineken switched to green energy in the Netherlands

Striving to become climate-neutral by 2030, Heineken has been brewing beer for the Dutch market using 100 per cent green energy since July. The company considers green energy an indispensable...

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Unmanned digital supermarkets transform rural Sweden

The Swedish supermarket startup, Lifvs opened 19 unmanned stores in villages and towns of Sweden where grocery stores shut down in the past decades. Lifevs plans to have bigger clusters...

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