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John Lewis Waitrose reports surge in pre-Christmas sales

Waitrose in the UK has reportedly benefited from a late surge in spending in the week before Christmas. The company said that it had enjoyed its busiest ever shopping day on the Sunday leading up to Christmas day. The chain, part of John Lewis, said total sales in the seven days before Christmas rose by 6% and sales on 27 December were up 36.9% on the same day last year. Waitrose said it sold 231,000 fresh and frozen turkeys for Christmas, over 12 million mince pies and 34 million sprouts during December, up 13% on the same month last year.

www.planetretail.ne

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Waitrose in the UK has reportedly benefited from a late surge in spending in the week before Christmas. The company said that it had enjoyed its busiest ever shopping day on the Sunday leading up to Christmas day. The chain, part of John Lewis, said total sales in the seven days before Christmas rose by 6% and sales on 27 December were up 36.9% on the same day last year. Waitrose said it sold 231,000 fresh and frozen turkeys for Christmas, over 12 million mince pies and 34 million sprouts during December, up 13% on the same month last year.

www.planetretail.ne

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