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BRITAIN-TESCO/
RTS66B9 
November 09, 2015 
Dave Lewis, Group Chief Executive of Tesco speaks at the CBI annual conference in London, Britain, November... 
London, United Kingdom 
Lewis, Group Chief Executive of Tesco speaks at the CBI annual conference in London, Britain
Dave Lewis, Group Chief Executive of Tesco speaks at the CBI annual conference in London, Britain, November 9, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
SAINSBURY-RESULTS/
RTR4KBZD 
January 07, 2015 
A Sainsbury's sign is seen reflected in raindrops on a window in London January 6, 2015. British grocer... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Sainsbury's sign is seen reflected in raindrops on a window in London 
A Sainsbury's sign is seen reflected in raindrops on a window in London January 6, 2015. British grocer Sainsbury's posted a better-than-expected performance in the Christmas quarter, though it was still hurt by a loss of share to discounters and an intensifying industry price war. The group, which trails troubled market leader Tesco and Wal-Mart Stores' Asda by annual sales, said on Wednesday sales at stores open over a year fell 1.7 percent, excluding fuel, in the 14 weeks to Jan. 3, its fiscal third quarter. Photo rotated 180 degrees. Picture taken on January 6, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD LOGO) 
TESCO-OPENING/
RTX3B7 
November 08, 2007 
Head of Menu Development Michael Ainslie stands by as company executives browse the shelves during the... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Head of Menu Development Ainslie stands by as company executives browse the shelves during the opening... 
Head of Menu Development Michael Ainslie stands by as company executives browse the shelves during the opening ceremony of Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood supermarket in Los Angeles November 7, 2007. Tesco will debut its U.S. grocery stores on Wednesday to a select group of local officials, though activists skeptical of the British retailer's promise to bring wholesome foods to overlooked neighborhoods have pledged to challenge the company. Activists are doubtful about its promises to create good jobs and environmentally friendly stores in neighborhoods that have been ignored by traditional grocers and aim to strike a binding agreement with Tesco that would insure that local residents share in the benefits of its stores. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
TESCO-OPENING/
RTX38V 
November 08, 2007 
Inglewood City Councilman Danny Tabor (R) speaks during a protest outside the opening ceremony of Tesco's... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Inglewood City Councilman Tabor speaks during a protest outside the opening ceremony of Tesco's Fresh... 
Inglewood City Councilman Danny Tabor (R) speaks during a protest outside the opening ceremony of Tesco's "Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market" store in Los Angeles November 7, 2007. Tesco will debut its U.S. grocery stores on Wednesday to a select group of local officials, though activists skeptical of the British retailer's promise to bring wholesome foods to overlooked neighborhoods have pledged to challenge the company. Tesco officially will open six Los Angeles-area "Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market" stores on Thursday, though at least one of the grocery stores -- in the small town of Hemet, California -- opened last week. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
BRITAIN RETAIL TESCO
RTR7WI5 
April 12, 2005 
A man carries away his shopping in Tesco branded carrier bags as he leaves a Tesco supermarket store... 
London, UK 
A man carries away his shopping in Tesco branded carrier bags as he leaves a Tesco supermarket store... 
A man carries away his shopping in Tesco branded carrier bags as he leaves a Tesco supermarket store in central London. A man carries away his shopping in Tesco branded carrier bags as he leaves a Tesco supermarket store in central London, April 12, 2005. Britain's retailer Tesco plc topped 2 billion pounds profit for the first time as the company posted another year of double-digit sales growth and set ambitious international growth plans. CPROD REUTERS/Toby Melville 
BRITAIN RETAIL TESCO
RTR7WHX 
April 12, 2005 
Tesco branded shopping trolleys are seen infront of a Tesco supermarket store in central London, April... 
London, UK 
Tesco branded shopping trolleys are seen infront of a Tesco supermarket store in central London. 
Tesco branded shopping trolleys are seen infront of a Tesco supermarket store in central London, April 12, 2005. Britain's retailer Tesco plc topped 2 billion pounds profit for the first time as the company posted another year of double-digit sales growth and set ambitious international growth plans. CPROD REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/RUS 
TESCO/
RTX12DWT 
August 08, 2013 
Fresh Langoustines are displayed at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013.... 
Watford, United Kingdom 
Fresh Langoustines are displayed at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London 
Fresh Langoustines are displayed at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013. Tesco, the world's number three retailer, is hoping the allure of casual dining, coffees and even yoga will help tempt Britons back to its ailing retail park stores as part of a 1 billion pound ($1.55 billion) push to revitalise business. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTX12DUY 
August 08, 2013 
A bakery employee pushes a cart with loaves of bread past a towel display at a Tesco Extra supermarket... 
Watford, United Kingdom 
A bakery employee pushes a cart with loaves of bread past a towel display at a Tesco Extra supermarket... 
A bakery employee pushes a cart with loaves of bread past a towel display at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013. Tesco, the world's number three retailer, is hoping the allure of casual dining, coffees and even yoga will help tempt Britons back to its ailing retail park stores as part of a 1 billion pound ($1.55 billion) push to revitalise business. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTX12DW2 
August 08, 2013 
A deli counter employee spreads tomato sauce on fresh pizzas at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford,... 
Watford, United Kingdom 
A deli counter employee spreads tomato sauce on fresh pizzas at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford,... 
A deli counter employee spreads tomato sauce on fresh pizzas at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013. Tesco, the world's number three retailer, is hoping the allure of casual dining, coffees and even yoga will help tempt Britons back to its ailing retail park stores as part of a 1 billion pound ($1.55 billion) push to revitalise business. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTX12DWU 
August 08, 2013 
A customer service representative stands in an aisle at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of... 
Watford, United Kingdom 
A customer service representative stands in an aisle at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of... 
A customer service representative stands in an aisle at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013. Tesco, the world's number three retailer, is hoping the allure of casual dining, coffees and even yoga will help tempt Britons back to its ailing retail park stores as part of a 1 billion pound ($1.55 billion) push to revitalise business. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTX12DV3 
August 08, 2013 
Smirnoff vodka and lemons are displayed in the liquor aisle at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford,... 
Watford, United Kingdom 
Smirnoff vodka and lemons are displayed in the liquor aisle at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford,... 
Smirnoff vodka and lemons are displayed in the liquor aisle at a Tesco Extra supermarket in Watford, north of London August 8, 2013. Tesco, the world's number three retailer, is hoping the allure of casual dining, coffees and even yoga will help tempt Britons back to its ailing retail park stores as part of a 1 billion pound ($1.55 billion) push to revitalise business. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
UKRETAIL-WAITROSE/
RTR3CX4B 
January 25, 2013 
Shoppers browse the aisles in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January 23, 2013. Waitrose... 
London, United Kingdom 
Shoppers browse the aisles in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London 
Shoppers browse the aisles in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January 23, 2013. Waitrose outperformed bigger rivals Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons at Christmas and market research group Kantar Worldpanel said last week its market share in the festive trading period was 4.9 percent - a new high. Picture taken January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
UKRETAIL-WAITROSE/
RTR3CX4E 
January 25, 2013 
A shopper is served at the cake counter in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January 23, 2013.... 
London, United Kingdom 
A shopper is served at the cake counter in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London 
A shopper is served at the cake counter in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January 23, 2013. Waitrose outperformed bigger rivals Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons at Christmas and market research group Kantar Worldpanel said last week its market share in the festive trading period was 4.9 percent - a new high. Picture taken January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
UKRETAIL-WAITROSE/
RTR3CX41 
January 25, 2013 
A shopper passes by branded bags in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London. January 23, 2013. Waitrose... 
London, United Kingdom 
A shopper passes by branded bags in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London 
A shopper passes by branded bags in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London. January 23, 2013. Waitrose outperformed bigger rivals Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons at Christmas and market research group Kantar Worldpanel said last week its market share in the festive trading period was 4.9 percent - a new high. Picture taken January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
UKRETAIL-WAITROSE/
RTR3CX49 
January 25, 2013 
A worker stocks produce shelves in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January 23, 2013. Waitrose... 
London, United Kingdom 
A worker stocks produce shelves in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London 
A worker stocks produce shelves in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January 23, 2013. Waitrose outperformed bigger rivals Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons at Christmas and market research group Kantar Worldpanel said last week its market share in the festive trading period was 4.9 percent - a new high. Picture taken January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
RETAIL-BRITAIN/
RTR38QKP 
October 03, 2012 
Trolleys are stacked outside a Tesco store in Hammersmith, west London October 3, 2012. Tesco, Britain's... 
London, United Kingdom 
Trolleys are stacked outside a Tesco store in Hammersmith, west London 
Trolleys are stacked outside a Tesco store in Hammersmith, west London October 3, 2012. Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, showed its fightback plan following a shock profit warning was starting to make a difference as it stemmed sales falls, but its performance was outshone by rival J Sainsbury. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316RY 
April 25, 2012 
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul 
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD) 
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316QK 
April 25, 2012 
A woman picks up local beef at Lotte Mart in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A woman picks up local beef at Lotte Mart in Seoul 
A woman picks up local beef at Lotte Mart in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD) 
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316QM 
April 25, 2012 
A woman picks up a box of Australian beef as local (L) and Australian beef (R) are displayed on a stand... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A woman picks up a box of Australian beef as local and Australian beef are displayed on a stand at Lotte... 
A woman picks up a box of Australian beef as local (L) and Australian beef (R) are displayed on a stand at Lotte Mart in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. The Korean characters (front R) reads, "Please understand that we suspend sales of U.S. beef from April 25". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTR30WAY 
April 18, 2012 
A shopping trolley sits in a puddle of water at a Tesco car park in Loughborough, central England, April... 
Leicester, United Kingdom 
A shopping trolley sits in a puddle of water at a Tesco car park in Loughborough 
A shopping trolley sits in a puddle of water at a Tesco car park in Loughborough, central England, April 18, 2012. Tesco, the world's No.3 retailer, said it would spend 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) this year overhauling its underperforming British business and will rein in expansion as it seeks to win back market share and calm nervous shareholders. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
RETAIL-EUROPE/
RTR2W6JO 
January 12, 2012 
Trolleys are seen at a Tesco supermarket in London January 12, 2012. The FTSE 100 .FTSE was flat Thursday... 
London, United Kingdom 
Trolleys are seen at a Tesco supermarket in London 
Trolleys are seen at a Tesco supermarket in London January 12, 2012. The FTSE 100 .FTSE was flat Thursday morning, with retailers lower amid fears of a supermarket price war after market leader Tesco issued a profit warning following its worst Christmas for decades.
REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTR2UZSW 
December 08, 2011 
A sign and a hidden camera are attached to Tesco cash machine in central London, December 8, 2011. World... 
London, United Kingdom 
A sign and a hidden camera are attached to Tesco cash machine in central London 
A sign and a hidden camera are attached to Tesco cash machine in central London, December 8, 2011. World No.3 retailer Tesco Plc posted a drop in underlying British sales for the fourth quarter in a row as cash-strapped shoppers cut spending on non-essential goods and price cuts ate into revenue in its core home market. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
INDIA-RETAILERS/
RTR2UHKT 
November 26, 2011 
Customers shop at a Best Price Modern Wholesale store, a joint venture of Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Bharti... 
Jammu, India 
Customers shop at a Best Price Modern Wholesale store in Jammu 
Customers shop at a Best Price Modern Wholesale store, a joint venture of Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Bharti Enterprises, in Jammu November 26, 2011. The government on Thursday approved 51 percent foreign direct investment in supermarkets, paving the way for firms such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc, Tesco and Carrefour to enter one of the world's largest untapped markets. The move may breathe new life into the government of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who ushered in free market reforms 20 years ago but has been bogged down by corruption scandals and was starting to be seen as a lame duck. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERD KASHMIR - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS POLITICS) 
RETAIL-BRITAIN/
RTR2S8TF 
October 05, 2011 
Shopping trolleys are lined up in front of a Sainsury's supermarket in London October 5, 2011. Pressure... 
London, United Kingdom 
Shopping trolleys are lined up in front of a Sainsury's supermarket in London 
Shopping trolleys are lined up in front of a Sainsury's supermarket in London October 5, 2011. Pressure on British consumers was laid bare on Wednesday as top retailer Tesco Plc posted one of its biggest-ever quarterly falls in underlying sales, while rival J Sainsbury Plc reported only modest growth. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
RETAIL-BRITAIN/
RTR2S8T5 
October 05, 2011 
A shopper passes a Tesco supermarket in London October 5, 2011. Pressure on British consumers was laid... 
London, United Kingdom 
A shopper passes a Tesco supermarket in London 
A shopper passes a Tesco supermarket in London October 5, 2011. Pressure on British consumers was laid bare on Wednesday as top retailer Tesco Plc posted one of its biggest-ever quarterly falls in underlying sales, while rival J Sainsbury Plc reported only modest growth. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTXUELG 
November 09, 2010 
A Tesco store worker waits for the arrival of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron during a trade mission... 
Beijing, China 
A Tesco store worker waits the arrival of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron during a trade mission... 
A Tesco store worker waits for the arrival of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron during a trade mission in Beijing, November 9, 2010. Cameron said he was aiming to double bilateral trade with China to more than $100 billion (62 billion pounds) a year by 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
TESCO/
RTXT2SM 
October 05, 2010 
Tesco shopping trolleys are seen outside a store, in Bexhill in southern England October 5, 2010. Tesco,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Tesco shopping trolleys are seen outside a store, in Bexhill 
Tesco shopping trolleys are seen outside a store, in Bexhill in southern England October 5, 2010. Tesco, the world's third-biggest retailer, said the global economy is recovering strongly and growth in emerging markets will help to prevent developed economies from falling back into recession. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2FPYR 
June 25, 2010 
A petrol pump is seen at Tesco's in Leeds, northern England, June 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN... 
Leeds, United Kingdom 
A petrol pump is seen at Tesco's in Leeds, northern England 
A petrol pump is seen at Tesco's in Leeds, northern England, June 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2FPZ1 
June 25, 2010 
A trolley of goods are pictured at Tesco's in Leeds, northern England,June 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis... 
Leeds, United Kingdom 
A trolley of goods are pictured at Tesco's in Leeds, northern England 
A trolley of goods are pictured at Tesco's in Leeds, northern England,June 25, 2010. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY) 
INDIA-RETAIL
RTR2E68V 
May 21, 2010 
A customer shops at a Best Price Modern Wholesale store, a joint venture of Wal-Mart Stores and Bharti... 
ZIRAKPUR, India 
A customer shops at a Best Price Modern Wholesale store, a joint venture of Wal-Mart Stores and Bharti... 
A customer shops at a Best Price Modern Wholesale store, a joint venture of Wal-Mart Stores and Bharti Enterprises, at Zirakpur in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 12, 2010. India's woefully inadequate storage and processing facilities are in sharp focus as the country battles high food inflation, and with rising chatter about opening up retail to foreign firms such as Wal-Mart, Tesco and Carrefour which have the resources and knowledge to build a supply chain. Picture taken May 12, 2010. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTR2D1KL 
April 20, 2010 
A family passes a branch of the Tesco supermarket in central London April 20, 2010. Tesco Plc, the world's... 
London, United Kingdom 
Family passes a branch of the Tesco supermarket in central London 
A family passes a branch of the Tesco supermarket in central London April 20, 2010. Tesco Plc, the world's No.4 retailer, said the global economic recovery was taking hold and saw little risk of a dip back into recession in its main British market despite a slowdown in recent sales growth. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
TESCO/
RTXPCK3 
October 06, 2009 
A man carries a carrier bag as he leaves a Tesco supermarket in London October 5, 2009. Tesco the world's... 
London, United Kingdom 
A man carries a carrier bag as he leaves a Tesco store in London 
A man carries a carrier bag as he leaves a Tesco supermarket in London October 5, 2009. Tesco the world's third-biggest retailer, posted first-half profit towards the top end of forecasts and said it was seeing a gradual economic recovery with shoppers starting to treat themselves again. Photograph taken October 5, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN BUSINESS FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTXPCK4 
October 06, 2009 
A stack of shopping baskets are seen in a Tesco supermarket in London October 5, 2009. Tesco, the world's... 
London, United Kingdom 
Shopping baskets are seen in a Tesco supermarket in London 
A stack of shopping baskets are seen in a Tesco supermarket in London October 5, 2009. Tesco, the world's third-biggest retailer, posted first-half profit towards the top end of forecasts and said it was seeing a gradual economic recovery with shoppers starting to treat themselves again. Picture taken October 5, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN FASHION BUSINESS FOOD) 
BRITAIN/
RTR25A0G 
July 03, 2009 
A protester dressed in a chicken costume from the UNITE trade union holds a sign during the Tesco Annual... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Protester from UNITE trade union holds sign during Tesco Annual General Meeting in Glasgow 
A protester dressed in a chicken costume from the UNITE trade union holds a sign during the Tesco Annual General Meeting at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow, Scotland July 3, 2009. The UNITE members were protesting to Tesco about getting better rights for the workers who supply their meat products. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT CONFLICT) 
TESCO/
RTXK40F 
May 20, 2009 
Family size packs of food which serve four people and cost $8 each are seen inside a Tesco's Fresh &... 
Compton, UNITED STATES 
To match feature TESCO/ 
Family size packs of food which serve four people and cost $8 each are seen inside a Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market food store in Compton, California, May 13, 2009. British grocer Tesco is making major changes in its Fresh & Easy stores as analysts worry that the 1 1/2-year-old U.S. chain is still searching for a successful niche. In what it calls an "evolution," Tesco is putting more focus on value and adding about 1,000 items to its small-format Fresh & Easy stores' current 3,500-product assortment, which represents about 10 percent of what a typical U.S. supermarket carries. To match feature TESCO/ Picture taken May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT) 
TESCO/
RTXK479 
May 20, 2009 
The logo on top of the Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market food store in Compton, California is... 
Compton, UNITED STATES 
To match feature TESCO/ 
The logo on top of the Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market food store in Compton, California is seen May 13, 2009. British grocer Tesco is making major changes in its Fresh & Easy stores as analysts worry that the 1 1/2-year-old U.S. chain is still searching for a successful niche. In what it calls an "evolution," Tesco is putting more focus on value and adding about 1,000 items to its small-format Fresh & Easy stores' current 3,500-product assortment, which represents about 10 percent of what a typical U.S. supermarket carries. To match feature TESCO/ Picture taken May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES BUSINESS FOOD) 
TESCO/
RTXK3RX 
May 20, 2009 
A sign promoting budget prices is seen as a shopper selects a bottle of juice inside a Tesco's Fresh... 
Compton, UNITED STATES 
To match feature TESCO/ 
A sign promoting budget prices is seen as a shopper selects a bottle of juice inside a Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market food store in Compton, California, May 13, 2009. British grocer Tesco is making major changes in its Fresh & Easy stores as analysts worry that the 1 1/2-year-old U.S. chain is still searching for a successful niche. In what it calls an "evolution," Tesco is putting more focus on value and adding about 1,000 items to its small-format Fresh & Easy stores' current 3,500-product assortment, which represents about 10 percent of what a typical U.S. supermarket carries. To match feature TESCO/ Picture taken May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT) 
TESCO/
RTXK42K 
May 20, 2009 
Reusable bags for sale are seen inside a Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market food store in Compton,... 
Compton, UNITED STATES 
To match feature TESCO/ 
Reusable bags for sale are seen inside a Tesco's Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market food store in Compton, California, May 13, 2009. British grocer Tesco is making major changes in its Fresh & Easy stores as analysts worry that the 1 1/2-year-old U.S. chain is still searching for a successful niche. In what it calls an "evolution," Tesco is putting more focus on value and adding about 1,000 items to its small-format Fresh & Easy stores' current 3,500-product assortment, which represents about 10 percent of what a typical U.S. supermarket carries. To match feature TESCO/ Picture taken May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT) 
TESCO/
RTXE79A 
April 21, 2009 
Customers shop for groceries at a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England April 20, 2009. Tesco,... 
MALTBY, United Kingdom 
Customers shop for groceries at a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby 
Customers shop for groceries at a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England April 20, 2009. Tesco, the world's No.3 retailer, showed its resilience to the economic downturn, posting a 10 percent rise in underlying annual profit to 3.13 billion pounds ($4.6 billion), a record for a British retailer. Photo taken April 20, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN BUSINESS FOOD DRINK) 
MARKETS-EUROPE/STOCKSNEWS
RTXE78R 
April 21, 2009 
A shopping trolly is pushed around a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England April 20, 2009.... 
MALTBY, United Kingdom 
A shopping trolly is pushed around a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England 
A shopping trolly is pushed around a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England April 20, 2009. Tesco shares jump 4.2 percent to 346 pence after Britain's biggest retailer beats forecasts with a 10 percent rise in annual profit to 3.13 billion pounds ($4.5 billion) and says underlying UK sales growth has accelerated in the first few weeks of its new financial year. Picture taken April 20, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN BUSINESS FOOD DRINK) 
TESCO/
RTXE799 
April 21, 2009 
An employee wears a badge at a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England April 20, 2009. Tesco,... 
MALTBY, United Kingdom 
An employee wears a badge at a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England 
An employee wears a badge at a Tesco's supermarket in Maltby, northern England April 20, 2009. Tesco, the world's No.3 retailer, showed its resilience to the economic downturn, posting a 10 percent rise in underlying annual profit to 3.13 billion pounds ($4.6 billion), a record for a British retailer. Photo taken April 20, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN BUSINESS) 
WALMART/INTERNATIONAL
RTXBQLN 
February 17, 2009 
People shop for groceries at an Asda store in High Wycombe in southern England in this file photograph... 
High Wycombe, United Kingdom 
File photo of people shopping for groceries at an Asda store in High Wycombe 
People shop for groceries at an Asda store in High Wycombe in southern England in this file photograph dated January 23, 2009. Asda, Britain's second-biggest grocer, said on February 17, 2009 sales at stores open at least a year rose 7.2 percent excluding fuel in the last quarter of 2008, up from 6.9 percent in the third quarter.That was well above the 2.5 percent underlying growth reported by UK market leader Tesco for the seven weeks to Jan. 10, but below the 8.2 percent rise reported by smaller rival Wm Morrison for the six weeks to Jan. 4. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh/Files (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTR23C7U 
January 13, 2009 
A customer looks at goods at a Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester, northern England January 13, 2009.... 
Manchester, United Kingdom 
Customer looks at goods at Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester 
A customer looks at goods at a Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester, northern England January 13, 2009. Two of Europe's biggest retailers showed the scars of the economic downturn on Tuesday, with Britain's Tesco reporting its weakest UK sales growth over Christmas since the early 1990s and Germany's Metro posting a slowdown in fourth-quarter sales growth. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTR23C7Y 
January 13, 2009 
Baked beans are seen on a shelf at the Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester, northern England January 13,... 
Manchester, United Kingdom 
Baked beans are seen on shelf at Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester 
Baked beans are seen on a shelf at the Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester, northern England January 13, 2009. Two of Europe's biggest retailers showed the scars of the economic downturn on Tuesday, with Britain's Tesco reporting its weakest UK sales growth over Christmas since the early 1990s and Germany's Metro posting a slowdown in fourth-quarter sales growth. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTR23C93 
January 13, 2009 
A shopper carries his bags from the checkout as he leaves the Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester, northern... 
Manchester, United Kingdom 
A shopper carries his bags from the checkout as he leaves the Tesco store in Gorton 
A shopper carries his bags from the checkout as he leaves the Tesco store in Gorton, Manchester, northern England, January 13, 2009. Tesco Plc reported the smallest rise in Christmas sales at UK stores open at least a year since the early 1990s, as Britain's biggest retailer felt the impact of the economic downturn. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTR22629 
December 02, 2008 
A Tesco supermarket is seen in west London December 1, 2008. Tesco Plc, Britain's biggest retailer, said... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Tesco supermarket is seen in west London 
A Tesco supermarket is seen in west London December 1, 2008. Tesco Plc, Britain's biggest retailer, said on December 2, 2008, underlying third-quarter UK sales growth had slowed to 2.0 percent even though new "Discounter" products had drawn in an extra 300,000 customers a week. Photograph taken on December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
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September 30, 2008 
Tesco trolleys are seen outside a branch of the supermarket store in west London September 30, 2008.... 
London, United Kingdom 
Tesco trolleys are seen outside a branch of the supermarket in west London 
Tesco trolleys are seen outside a branch of the supermarket store in west London September 30, 2008. Tesco, Britain's top retailer, met forecasts with a 10 percent rise in first-half profit, signalling it can cope with weak markets even as it called for interest rate cuts and steps to steady banks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTX92KP 
September 30, 2008 
A shopper carries Tesco bags outside a branch of the supermarket, in west London on September 30, 2008.... 
London, United Kingdom 
A shopper carries Tesco bags outside a branch of the supermarket in west London 
A shopper carries Tesco bags outside a branch of the supermarket, in west London on September 30, 2008. Tesco, Britain's top retailer, met forecasts with a 10 percent rise in first-half profit, signalling it can cope with weak markets even as it called for interest rate cuts and steps to steady banks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTX92J1 
September 30, 2008 
A shopper's food trolley is seen in a Tesco supermarket, in west London on September 30, 2008. REUTERS/Toby... 
London, United Kingdom 
A shopper's food trolley is seen in a Tesco supermarket in west London 
A shopper's food trolley is seen in a Tesco supermarket, in west London on September 30, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTX92JF 
September 30, 2008 
Discount posters are seen in a Tesco supermarket, in west London on September 30, 2008. Tesco, Britain's... 
London, United Kingdom 
Discount posters are seen in a Tesco supermarket in west London 
Discount posters are seen in a Tesco supermarket, in west London on September 30, 2008. Tesco, Britain's top retailer, met forecasts with a 10 percent rise in first-half profit, signalling it can cope with weak markets even as it called for interest rate cuts and steps to steady banks. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTX6PZO 
June 10, 2008 
A pedestrian carries a Tesco bag in central London June 9, 2008. Tesco said its first quarter like-for-like... 
London, United Kingdom 
A pedestrian carries a Tesco bag in central London 
A pedestrian carries a Tesco bag in central London June 9, 2008. Tesco said its first quarter like-for-like sales excluding petrol in its core UK market rose 3.5 percent, slowing from the start of the year, while its international business grew by 26.6 percent. Photograph taken June 9, 2008. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
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June 10, 2008 
A pedestrian passes a Tesco store in central London June 9, 2008. Tesco said its first quarter like-for-like... 
London, United Kingdom 
A pedestrian passes a Tesco store in central London 
A pedestrian passes a Tesco store in central London June 9, 2008. Tesco said its first quarter like-for-like sales excluding petrol in its core UK market rose 3.5 percent, slowing from the start of the year, while its international business grew by 26.6 percent. Photograph taken June 9, 2008. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
TESCO
RTR1ZIAY 
April 15, 2008 
A shopper leaves a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008. Tesco, the world's third-biggest... 
Loughborough, United Kingdom 
A shopper leaves a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England 
A shopper leaves a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008. Tesco, the world's third-biggest food retailer, reported a record 2.8 billion pound ($5.5 billion) annual profit on Tuesday and said it had made a strong start to its new financial year, driving up its shares. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTR1ZIBF 
April 15, 2008 
Shopping trolleys are seen at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008. Tesco,... 
Loughborough, United Kingdom 
Shopping trolleys are seen at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England 
Shopping trolleys are seen at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008. Tesco, the world's third-biggest food retailer, reported a record 2.8 billion pound ($5.5 billion) annual profit on Tuesday and said it had made a strong start to its new financial year, driving up its shares. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTR1ZIBH 
April 15, 2008 
A store sign is seen at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008. Tesco, the world's... 
Loughborough, United Kingdom 
Store sign is seen at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England 
A store sign is seen at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008. Tesco, the world's third-biggest food retailer, reported a record 2.8 billion pound ($5.5 billion) annual profit on Tuesday and said it had made a strong start to its new financial year, driving up its shares. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN) 
TESCO/
RTR1ZIBO 
April 15, 2008 
A shopper pushes a shopping trolley at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008.... 
Loughborough, United Kingdom 
Shopper pushes a shopping trolley at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England 
A shopper pushes a shopping trolley at a Tesco store in Loughborough, central England, April 15, 2008. Tesco, the world's third-biggest food retailer, reported a record 2.8 billion pound ($5.5 billion) annual profit on Tuesday and said it had made a strong start to its new financial year, driving up its shares. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN) 
EUROPE-WEATHER/BRITAIN
RTSADBI7 
August 12, 2022 
A view shows empty ice cream shelves in a Tesco superstore, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Britain, August... 
Newcastle-Under-Lyme, United Kingdom 
Empty ice cream shelves in a Tesco superstore, in Newcastle-under-Lyme 
A view shows empty ice cream shelves in a Tesco superstore, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Britain, August 12, 2022. REUTERS/Carl Recine 
EUROPE-WEATHER/BRITAIN
RTSADBI5 
August 12, 2022 
A view shows almost empty shelves where bottled water would be, in a Tesco superstore in Newcastle-under-Lyme,... 
Newcastle-Under-Lyme, United Kingdom 
Almost empty shelves where bottled water would be, in a Tesco superstore 
A view shows almost empty shelves where bottled water would be, in a Tesco superstore in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Britain, August 12, 2022. REUTERS/Carl Recine 
EUROPE-WEATHER/BRITAIN
RTSADBI6 
August 12, 2022 
A view shows almost empty ice cream shelves in a Tesco superstore, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Britain,... 
Newcastle-Under-Lyme, United Kingdom 
Empty ice cream shelves in a Tesco superstore, Newcastle-under-Lyme 
A view shows almost empty ice cream shelves in a Tesco superstore, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Britain, August 12, 2022. REUTERS/Carl Recine 
TESCO-MARS/DISPUTE
RTS9BUOX 
July 06, 2022 
Boxes of Whiskas cat food, a Mars pet food brand, sit on a shelf at a Tesco store in London, Britain,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Boxes of Whiskas cat food sit on a shelf at a Tesco store in London 
Boxes of Whiskas cat food, a Mars pet food brand, sit on a shelf at a Tesco store in London, Britain, July 6, 2022. REUTERS/Simon Newman 
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