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Sainsbury

David John, Baron. born 1940, British businessman and politician, chief executive of the Sainsbury supermarket chain from 1992; science minister from 1998
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The supermarket chain said Brown will join as CEO designate of its lending arm from next Wednesday and will work with outgoing Sainsbury's Bank boss Peter Griffiths for a short period of handover.
Inset left, premium shorts, PS22, Sainsbury's Tu Clothing.
Sainsbury's has launched a pop-up experience based on the very first store in London's Drury Lane which sold just three items - butter, milk and eggs.
Among the striking price differences was a box of PG Tips Pyramid 80 Tea Bags, costing 25p more in a Sainsbury's Local than in a full-sized Sainsbury's.
The latest research conducted by Greenpeace shows that of 10 major British supermarkets, Sainsbury's has made the least progress on plastic reduction since 2018, ranking last in the recent survey.
Quality, variety and competitive prices make Sainsbury's products among the top choices for UK consumers.
Middlesbrough Council's Planning and Development Committee heard the empty store was currently costing Sainsbury's PS200,000 a month - or PS2.4m a year.
The by Sainsbury's Gin & Tonic Ice Pops are made with gin, lemon juice, lime and tonic, while the by Sainsbury's Raspberry Bellini Ice Pops boast Prosecco with raspberry puree for a refreshing summer treat.
The duo said yesterday the unified group would have combined revenues of PS51bn and boast a network of 2,800 Sainsbury's, Asda and Argos stores.
One option is Sainsbury's absorbing Asda stores, while Walmart take a large stake in the group.
Specsavers has opened its 800th UK and Ireland practice in the Sainsbury's supermarket in Deepdale, Preston.