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Sainsbury

(ˈseɪnzbrɪ)
n
(Biography) David John, Baron. born 1940, British businessman and politician, chief executive of the Sainsbury supermarket chain from 1992; science minister (1998–2006)
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LONDON (Alliance News) - J Sainsbury PLC on Tuesday said it has appointed former Royal Bank of Scotland PLC executive Jim Brown as chief executive officer of Sainsbury's Bank.
Every year, the supermarkets are upping their game - - and this season there are some seriously stylish budget buys from Asda, Sainsbury's and Tesco.
The Queen has arrived at a replica of one of the original Sainsbury's stores in Covent Garden to help mark the supermarket chain's 150th anniversary.
A comparison test was conducted at two of the UK's leading supermarket chains,TescoandSainsbury's, to find out if their convenience stores Tesco Express and Sainsbury's Local were more expensive when it came to a typical basket of groceries.
DEAR Editor, Greenpeace Birmingham and Sainsbury's customers are campaigning to remove unnecessary plastic packaging from Sainsbury's shelves.
Papantoniou Supermarkets proudly announced their exclusive collaboration with British supermarket giant Sainsbury's, at a press conference held on Wednesday, March 13 at Hilton Park, Nicosia.
SAINSBURY'S plans to fill its PS200,000 a month ghost store were rejected after councillors heard it would be catastrophic for Middlesbrough .
With summer sun starting to make an appearance, Sainsbury's is launching a brand new refreshing range of alcoholic ice pops in two classic cocktail flavours: Gin & Tonic and Raspberry Bellini.
SAINSBURY'S and Asda have agreed terms for a PS12bn merger.
SAINSBURY'S and Asda are in advanced talks over a merger which would create a new supermarket giant.