A study has found the majority of consumers consider seasonal food to be tastier, more cost effective and convenient to purchase.
Coles’ 2015 first quarter retail sales results have indicated a food and liquor sales growth of 5.8 percent to $7.3 billion.
RANGEme, an online platform connecting FMCG businesses and retail buyers, has launched an award for pitching skills.
The WA Great Southern region will exclusively supply Coles with its “Coles Finest” free range pork under a deal with Milne AgriGroup.
Coles and Ben & Jerry’s are among the 2014 Fairtrade Award winners recognised for helping farmers in developing countries.
The ACCC has called for issues around enforceability and coverage to be addressed in the proposed grocery code of conduct.
Coles, Woolworths and ALDI have all pushed the cost of a 650g store-brand loaf to 85¢ – about 4 cents per sandwich slice.
OMG! Desserts are launching in Coles’ supermarkets this week with a new range of desserts.
Coles supermarkets is recalling its Coles Brand Right Start Fruit and Fibre after glass was found in the product.
Coles said it is funding the down down and deeper down down price cuts that it has announced across its freezer aisles.
Aldi could almost double sales in five years, putting pressure on Coles and Woolworths.
Coles Supermarkets have adopted an online-tool in an effort to source new, innovative, local products.
Former Victorian Premier, Jeff Kennett will oversee a new Supplier Charter and help resolve Coles’ commercial disputes.
The ACCC has raised competition concerns relating to Coles’ planned takeover of four IGA stores.
Metcash has hired a former Woolworths and Coles senior executive, Peter Pokorny.
Coles has been found guilty over its “freshly baked” bread claims.
British celebrity Chef Heston Blumenthal has graced Australian shores once again, this time to launch 15 new products under the Heston for Coles brand.
Coles supermarkets is recalling certain lines of its Coles RSPCA Approved Chicken Kiev 700g, sold in supermarkets across South Australia, the Northern Territory, Mildura and Broken Hill.
Coles has been fined over $30,000 for displaying food which was beyond its use-by date at its McLaren Vale supermarket in Adelaide.
The receiver of Rosella has said supply agreements with Coles and Woolworths played a major role in the company’s collapse.