Retailing has been transformed over the past decade with so much choice now available to customers in how they can shop. Today, Tesco customers can visit our stores for the weekly shop, use our Click and Collect service to pick up their shopping on their way home from work or visit us online and have their groceries delivered to their home at a time that suits them.
Last week Philip, myself and a number of our senior colleagues were joined for the day by students from local schools to see how we run our business. It was part of Children’s Commissioner’s Takeover Day, an initiative that encourages organisations to open their doors to young people, so they can see how decisions are made and share their views on how we work.
Many of us feel very strongly about where we are from. It is part of our identity and our heritage. You may detect it in our accents or the language we use and often in the food we eat. For a small island (or islands) we have a huge variety of regional variations in our food, just as we have strong regional identities. Nations, regions, counties, towns and villages often all claim a food or recipe as their own.
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A #ff to our Tesco Media team in Poland @TescoMediaPL. Well worth a follow!
First English strawberries on sale this weekend http://t.co/D2fZ1xpy8B