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Aldi and Lidl win Brexit at the checkout

British retailers are suffering - and the main blame is the economic uncertainty over Brexit. But there are also winners. But they don't come from Great Britain.

Aldi opens its first two branches in China

Aldi wants to enter the Chinese food market. There the Mühlheim discounter is called “Aoleqi” and has big goals.
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Tesco is cutting up to 9,000 jobs

UK's largest retailer, Tesco, is cutting up to 9,000 jobs. The company said that new jobs could be found in the group for up to 4500 of the affected employees.
Heidenreich leaves at the end of the year

Vice Stefan De Loecker moves to the top at Beiersdorf

The change in staff at the Nivea Group is coming faster than expected. The deputy chairman of the board will take over the helm at the beginning of next year.

British supermarket chains Sainsbury's and Asda merge

The UK food market is highly competitive. Number two and three in the industry, Sainsbury's and Asda, are merging. The stock exchanges are already celebrating - and consumers may soon be too.

Aldi and Lidl with strong sales growth in Great Britain

Aldi and Lidl are still on the road to success in Great Britain. Compared to the previous year, the two German discounters made a sales increase of 19.2 percent, as the market research institute Kantar Worldpanel announced on Wednesday.

Cold waves make vegetables more expensive

Bad surprises await at the vegetable shelf. Whether zucchini or iceberg lettuce, many things are relatively expensive right now. Experts say that could last for months. In any case, too little healthy ends up on the plate in Germany.

Bottom line: the tip of the iceberg lettuce

Dramatic news from Great Britain. Reports of empty shelves are piling up from the island, which otherwise only makes headlines with Brexit, Prince and the Queen's cough. The British are caught in the lettuce crisis.

Warning: fawns in the grass

Hunting tenant Hubert Helfrich received a call. A farmer wants to mow his meadow. Therefore, together with his sons and the dog Tesco, he searches the field to see whether there are any newly born fawns hiding in it. And he builds up Scheuchen.

Avoid toxic clothing

(dpa / afk) Toxic chemicals should disappear from shoes and clothing on the shelves of large discount stores. After Lidl and Penny, Aldi is now also following a Greenpeace campaign and wants to have textiles and shoes produced in a more environmentally friendly way by 2020.