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John Lewis shoppers are now able to return their unwanted online purchases through Waitrose drivers while receiving their grocery orders.

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From next month, Waitrose will expand its rapid delivery service to Bath and Hove, in addition to 58 additional London postcodes, including Battersea, High Street Kensington, Bayswater, Victoria and Kingston, following a successful trial. Delivery within a couple of hours The delivery service launched last September thanks to a partnership between Waitrose & Partners and On the dot, a last ...
Waitrose kickstarts the trial of a dedicated refillable zone where customers will be able to fill their own refillable tubs and jars with products, including wine and beer on tap. Botley road store in Oxford to be the first to trial The scheme, named ‘Waitrose Unpacked’, will see products, such as rice, coffee and pasta sold loose in dispensers, while frozen fruits will be offered packaging...
The John Lewis Partnership has committed to making its transport fleet zero carbon by 2045. The move will involve switching 3,200 trucks, trailers and vans to zero-emission vehicles. Currently, transport emissions contribute over 40 per cent to the company’s overall carbon footprint, meaning the switch will be a significant contributor to the partnership’s target to reduce operational greenhouse...

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Waitrose & Partners is trialling an in-home grocery delivery service, While You’re Away, in London. Waitrose will be the first UK supermarket to deliver groceries this way. While You’re Away will initially be trialled with 100 customers located within the delivery area of its dotcom fulfilment centre in Coulsdon, South London.

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), the UK government’s independent forecasting body, has issued a new edition of its regular Fiscal Risks Report.

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