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Tesco
Daily update 15 September 2017
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Tesco runs a healthy eating scheme in stores, and children are allowed to take a free piece of fruit from baskets in stores, reports the Daily Record .
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A Tesco at Tynecastle was once a jibe aimed at Hearts fans during their financial difficulties, but a cheeky tweet to Tesco from a Hearts fan has poked ...
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Shares in Tesco (LON:TSCO) have been steady in today's session, outperforming the broader UK market, as the group's takeover target Booker ...
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A fleeing motorist made his escape from a Tesco car park with a policeman clinging to his bonnet. The PC was flung to the tarmac as banned driver ...
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A total of 34 people taking part in the exhibition at Bulwell's Tesco Extra have been through or are currently battling cancer, brain injury, fibromyalgia, ...
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A type of biscuit sold by supermarket giant Tesco is being recalled over allergy fears. The company is recalling its Cookie & Cream Biscuits because ...
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Prosecuting the case, Joanne Wallbanks said: “On February 12 at Tesco, she used two £20 notes that were counterfeit. “Staff became suspicious and ...
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“I feel that a Tesco (of any size) would be detrimental to the local cafes and small shops that provide excellent products for all the visitors to that area,” ...
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A mother said she was left in tears when a Tesco worker told her she would have to go to the toilets to breastfeed. Patrice Newman, 33, said she was ...
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Hearts fans 'troll Tesco' with Tynecastle tweet
A Tesco at Tynecastle was once a jibe aimed at Hearts fans during their financial difficulties, but a cheeky tweet to Tesco from a Hearts fan has poked ...
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Tesco calls on charities in Cardenden area to join free food scheme
CHARITIES and community groups in the Cardenden area are being urged to join a scheme that lets them collect surplus food from the local Tesco
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Tesco Extra
Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen from a market stall in London's East End. Over the years our business has grown and now operates in 12 ...
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