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Delis Axed

High street giant, Tesco may well regret its decision last week to close hundreds of its fresh food counters in 90 of its stores. Not only will thousands of staff be axed, but it will remove important elements of its personal service to customers, which allows them to pick and chose their cuts of meat, fish or cheese selection.


The move comes as Tesco makes drastic cost-cutting which will effect some 9,000 staff. The loss of counters, including the deli, butchery and fresh fish departments represents a major shift in how Tesco will operate in the future. Tesco says that shoppers have changed their habits and are moving away from using these personal counters, by increasingly buying products forom its smaller stores and on-line. I say it's a mistake!

In a competitive market, the big four UK supermarkets, Tesco, Sainsburys, Ada and Morrisons are up against the rise of Aldi and Lidl and need to review how they operate, if they have any chance of competing on price. These two sores ge…

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