It was with interest that I listened to the news that Tesco’s profits have fallen by 23.5% and their market share fallen from 30.9% to 30.2% whilst Sainsbury’s has grown by 0.2% to 16.5%.
Tesco blame this on a “challenging retail environment, particularly in Europe”
Coincidentally, I happened to call into my local Tesco service station to pick up some milk for my Mum earlier this week. I am not a regular Tesco shopper but buy petrol there from time to time.
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