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Coles donates $1m to kick off national drought appeal

Coles has donated $1 million to drought-affected farmers as a national fundraising campaign launches at more than 1,500 supermarkets and Liquorland stores. The $1 million donation from the Coles Nurture Fund – together with all funds donated by customers at the checkout – will be provided to the Country Women’s …

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Coles helps customers decide what’s for dinner

Coles customers have been treated with a “mealtime makeover” with the supermarket launching new meal plans today. As part of Coles’ strategy to sustainably feed all Australians and help them lead healthier and happier lives, ‘What’s for Dinner’ is aimed at helping customers get quick, easy and delicious food on …

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‘Positive’ signs for retail, says NRA

The National Retail Association (NRA) has said that there are positive signs that the state of retail is improving. This follows the August trade figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) last week. Following a “poor showing” in July, the NRA says the ABS report for August reveals …

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Coles packages supermarket and food hall

Coles has opened its first food hall at its Tooronga Village store in Melbourne’s east. In line with Coles’ strategy to innovate through partnerships, the food hall is supported by independent food retailers including one of Melbourne’s favourite cafés and Australia’s leading sushi retailer. It aims to cater to the …

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Women more health-conscious compared to men

Results from the latest Roy Morgan Single Source survey have shown that that women are more like to buy vitamins, minerals and supplements compared to men. Roy Morgan’s Single Source survey, which involves in-depth interviews with more than 50,000 Australians annually, revealed that in an average six-month period 47 per …

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