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Thursday, June 04


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Asda announces mega 70 per cent off clothing and homeware sale - Cheshire Live

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12:39, 4 JUN 2020. Asda is having a huge online sale on clothing and homeware. Over in the women's clothing section you can make savings on summer shoes, tops and dresses with prices starting at £4. Read More. However, you'll need to be quick if you want to buy the sale items, as they're are limited sizes left. This Red Geometric African Pattern Easy Care Duvet Set is available in Single, Double and King sizes from £10. Asda has outlined some ordering limits may be imposed for online shoppers too, with the chain noting: "Please be aware we may have to pause taking any more Clothing orders throughout the day.

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The new measures at Lidl, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Aldi, Morrisons and Asda introduced to cut long queues - Lincolnshire Live

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You can read more in our cookie notice. Or, if you do not agree, you can click Manage below to access other choices. If you choose not to, you will still see adverts on our site, because they help us to fund it, but those adverts will not be tailored to you. Big queues outside shops have now become the norm as social distancing rules remain in place to protect people during the coronavirus pandemic. This is because, by restricting the amount of people entering the shop, stores can ensure over-crowding doesn't take place and encourage shoppers to keep a safe distance from one another. The budget store is still asking customers to queue outside stores once they each capacity. If there is a queue at the entrance of the store and you have difficulty queuing, make yourself known to the security guard or member of the team at the front who will give you priority entry.

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Wednesday, June 03


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Walmart Announces 2020 Formal Business and Annual Shareholders’ Meeting Voting Results

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Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT) today announced shareholder voting results for its Formal Business and Annual Shareholders’ Meeting, which was conducted by a virtual meeting due to the public health impact from the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19). During the business meeting, Walmart President and CEO Doug McMillon commented, "Despite operating in a difficult and volatile environment, our associates have been amazing. The Board of Directors had recommended a vote against each of the four shareholder proposals, and each proposal failed to receive affirmative votes from a majority of the total participating and entitled shares that were represented at the meeting and, accordingly, did not pass. Request to report on impacts of single-use plastic bags: Approximately 17.0 percent of the participating shares that were entitled to vote.

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Monday, June 01


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Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Lidl and Aldi reveal the latest supermarket rules - Cambridgeshire Live

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08:17, 1 Jun 2020Updated08:32, 1 Jun 2020. As of today certain lockdown restrictions are easing across England so it's good to keep up with the latest guidance for each supermarket too. While everyone's panic buying has slowed and supermarkets rationing has mostly been lifted, there are still plenty of rules to be aware of if you plan to shop at the likes of Tesco, Asda, Aldi or Sainsbury's. From trolley cleaning one minute to social distancing the next, there is a lot to keep up with, especially as things are continuously changing throughout this lockdown period. So, what's changed? Tesco has taken extra measures to ensure the safety of its customers and staff. Some changes have been made but they are still limiting the number of people coming into each store to make sure they don’t get too busy. Shoppers also have more time to retrospectively add Clubcard points to their account. If you have receipts with points on you that you earned between March 23 and June 14, you can do this in stores at a customer service desk, but you can only add up to two receipts a day. Asda. If you visit an Asda store, you will see colleagues at the doors limiting the number of customers allowed to enter at any one time to help with social distancing.

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Amazon, Apple, Walmart, Other Retailers Shutter Stores, Scale Back Operations In Areas Worst Hit With Protests

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Amazon, Apple, Walmart, Other Retailers Shutter Stores, Scale Back Operations In Areas Worst Hit With Protests. A number of companies in the United States have decided to shutter their retail outlets and scale back on business in cities most disrupted by the protests organized in the wake of George Floyd's death. Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) sent out a notice to its part-time delivery executives across a dozen cities, including Minneapolis, Chicago, and Los Angeles, working under the Flex program, to stop making deliveries "immediately" and return home, as reported by CNBC. Among other retailers, Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE) said it has temporarily shut some of its stores, and Adidas AG (OTC: ADDYY) closed all its outlets, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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Sunday, May 31


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Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Aldi, Lidl, Waitrose, Iceland: All of the latest supermarket rules now that lockdown restrictions are easing - HertsLive

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You can read more in our cookie notice. Or, if you do not agree, you can click Manage below to access other choices. If you choose not to, you will still see adverts on our site, because they help us to fund it, but those adverts will not be tailored to you. One trip we have been able to make out has been to the supermarket. But our weekly shop hasn't quite been what we were used to. Supermarkets have been one of the only places that have stayed open throughout the pandemic, but it hasn't been like normal. When coronavirus first hit the UK, panic buying began. Supermarkets were forced to restrict certain items and change their opening time to give staff enough time to restock the shelves. As the country went into lockdown, further measures were introduced.

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Saturday, May 30


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Least busy times to shop at Lidl, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Aldi, Asda and Tesco - Berkshire Live

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By clicking “Accept” below, you agree to us doing so. Grocery shopping as an experience has completely transformed in lockdown. What was once a fairly simple trip to stock up for the week ahead has become a significant ordeal, as shoppers face long queues in car parks, one-way systems, barriers and protective screens at checkout. As the public is adjusting to this new way of shopping, for many the experience is not getting any more enjoyable. But one thing that could improve your grocery shop is knowing when the peak shopping times are, so you can spend less time in that dreaded car park queue. As our sister site MyLondon reports, a large chunk of the population will be unable to shop while working. As a general rule of thumb this can be applied to all supermarkets, so if you need to pop in quickly it is a good idea to leave later in the day rather than first thing. While it is hard to pinpoint the precise quietest time in your local shop, if you want to check your local store you can put the name into Google and view the "popular times" data, this tool will also show you how busy the store is currently. Find out how you can get the latest news from BerkshireLive delivered straight to your inbox. Of course some stores will vary slightly, and so customers are advised to check their local store opening hours too.

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Friday, May 29


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The busiest times at Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi and Asda that shoppers should avoid - HertsLive

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The busiest times at Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi and Asda that shoppers should avoid. It can also be difficult to judge when the busiest times may be, especially with people's shopping habits changing due to working from home during the coronavirus outbreak. From here, you can scroll down and see the peak times chart which shows a breakdown per hour of the times most likely to be quiet or busy. A spokesman said: "Our customers can feel confident they can shop in our stores at any time of day and find most of the items that they need." For Sainsbury's, early morning tends to be the busiest time, but this varies depending on the store and day in which you visit. How to use the tool on your mobile phone.

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Thursday, May 28


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Supermarket opening times for the elderly: when Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and others are open for over-70s shoppers during lockdown

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The i newsletter cut through the noise. For those with home deliveries booked, there is a self isolating option, which instructs the driver to leave your order on the doorstep to allow for a contact free delivery. Sainsbury’s has set aside dedicated shopping hours for elderly and vulnerable customers. Mike Coupe, CEO of Sainsbury’s, said: “We will also help the elderly and vulnerable customers access food online. NHS staff will be given early access to Morrisons stores between 7am and 8am each day of the week apart from Sundays, but has not introduced any specific hours for the elderly and vulnerable. If you have a delivery slot arranged with Morrisons, you should be aware that delivery drivers are not permitted to enter houses or hand over shopping bags on your doorstep.

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Wednesday, May 27


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Walmart teams with ThredUP to sell used clothing online

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NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart is teaming up with online resale site ThredUP.com to offer nearly 750,000 items of used women's and children's clothing and accessories items on its website. The move, announced Wednesday, marks Walmart's entry into the used clothing business, which has been a retailing bright spot. A few years ago, the nation's largest retailer began selling used watches on its site. Denise Incandela, head of fashion for Walmart U.S. online business, said that there will be some overlap between the brands Walmart carries and what its www.walmart.com/thredup section is offering starting Wednesday. But the used items won't be in season, she noted.

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