Saturday, 27 August 2011

Is the Future Looking Brighter for British Grocers?

British grocers sell a number of goods overseas, in countries such as the United States. Their food stuff includes shortbread, jams and jellies, gravy, tea, crisps and marmalade. Their profits during the recent recession had fallen, as consumers in several countries that receive British exports cut back on spending.

In addition, supermarkets, wholesales and other food retailers and wholesalers saw their sales at home in Britain cut.
Morrison’s was one of several British grocers that recently experienced an encouraging increase in profits.

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