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Co-op has announced the extension of John Lewis’ ‘Click & Collect’ service trial to 50 food stores.

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Co-op’s Retail Business Transformation programme (RBT) is the biggest transformation programme the convenience store retailer has ever undertaken. System pilot launched this week with 15 suppliers The pilot will support Co-op’s “ambitious growth strategy”, bringing new technology to optimise metrics such as availability, stock holding and ranging, in addition to improving the accuracy of fo...
John Lewis plans to pilot the ‘click-and -collect’ service in areas where it has a lesser reach to its customers. 6 stores to be included in the trial The trial will be initially launched in the following Co-op stores: Angel Square, Manchester (Support Centre store, where it will be available to Co-op colleagues) Manchester Piccadilly Trent Bridge, Nottingham Dulwich – Lordship ...
Co-op has pledged to sustainable sourcing within its supply chain by joining the global Roundtable on Responsible Soy (RTRS). 100% of sustainably sourced soy Co-op’s aim is to make sure that 100% of its sourced soy within its supply chain is certified as sustainable. RTRS’ standards will be used as a baseline to ensure all the soy sourced for its own-brand products originate from sources cons...


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