Brexit and the Implications for UK Grocery
Our infographic looking at what lessons we can learn from the aftermath of the 2008 economic crash.
With the government taking the first formal step in the process to leave the EU, the triggering of article 50 marks the start of an extraordinary time for the UK, in terms of business, politics and society.
It also comes at a time of change in the grocery market, with inflation returning to the market this year after a prolonged period of deflation.
Our infographic looks at what lessons we can learn from the aftermath of the 2008 economic crash, and sets out three ways the grocery market might respond to the biggest political upheaval in a generation.
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