A zero-waste shopping service is launching in the UK to allow people to buy products from laundry detergent to ketchup in refillable packaging. Loop, which aims to offer a modernised version of the "milkman from yesteryear", is launching
An investigation has been launched following lab tests on a jar from the supermarket's own-brand range.
Young people could be killing off Christmas pudding, with the inaugural Tesco Christmas Report showing that younger generations are turning away from the traditional festive dessert.
One man posted on Tesco’s Facebook page to complain about two women he saw wearing dressing gowns and slippers, even posting a photo of them alongside it. “Dear Tesco, please can you put a rule in place that people like this will not be served in your stores. “This was at 7pm last night at your Tesco Salford store and I have seen other people dressed similar on a regular basis.
The exclusive babygrows will be available in Tesco stores on Thursday 13 October, with an optional donation going to St John Ambulance. “We hope the worst will never happen but the babygrow, and our online video, shows parents what to do in a very clear and simple way,” said Sue Killen, CEO of St John Ambulance. The cute babygrow features a reminder from the nursery rhyme ‘Humpty Dumpty’ of the five puffs and 30 pumps, followed by two puffs and 30 pumps parents need to give their baby if they stop breathing.
The only other problem is that, well, gym memberships are expensive, so many of us can’t pay a visit to one in the first place. So how can we force ourselves to overcome those cramps and costs and get our running shoes on? Well, thanks to a new offer from Always and Tesco, anyone on their period can get a one-hour gym session for free.
Harry Jones, Tesco’s croissant buyer, said: “After demand for crescent shaped croissants started falling, we spoke to our customers and nearly 75% of them told us that they preferred straight ones. “At the heart of the move away from curved croissants is the spreadability factor. “With the crescent shaped croissants, it’s more fiddly and most people can take up to three attempts to achieve perfect coverage, which increases the potential for accidents involving sticky fingers and tables,” he said.
Tesco has launched a bold new Christmas sandwich for 2015 and no one is quite sure what to make of it. Chocolate and cherry are two fillings that shouldn’t necessarily ever sit between bread, and yet the mavericks over in the Tesco sandwich creation department have defied conventional culinary wisdom and gone for it. To be fair to them, they haven’t just stuck the sweet filling between slices of average brown bread; instead Tesco has used cinnamon bread just to be sure that there isn’t even a hint of savoury about the meal. As soon as the sandwiches hit shelves, the internet went into meltdown.