Retailers must offer more specialist products to avoid the Tesco-Booker and Co-op-Nisa mergers limiting their point of difference, Cotswold Fayre has advised.
The wholesaler’s chief executive Paul Hargreaves told RN that independent retailers are already duplicating too many of the same product lines as rival supermarkets. “I understand retailers still need the same lines as…
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