How convenience stores are surviving the retail storm

How convenience stores are surviving the retail storm
 

The fruit and vegetables lining the front of the grocers, Cruson, in Camberwell Church Street in London are tempting - but not massively consequential.
Yet this is just a tiny tip of a multi-billion pound sector comparable in size to oil and gas or defence.
At £38bn, the UK convenience store sector makes up one-fifth of the country's total grocery market.
And as the supermarkets and High Street chains fight tooth and nail for market share, the convenience store sector is holding its own.
Aris, who runs Cruson, has been here since he left Cyprus in 1960.
He won't tell me his other name and I... read more

 
30 May 2018 in Business, Views: 30
Source: BBC
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