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Jun 13, 2014 13:22 BST Frebaco A hugely popular Swedish nut-free range of mueslis and porridge from family-owned milling company FREBACO KVARN has been launched in the UK in 80 selected Tesco stores and at www.tesco.com as part of the supermarket chain’s Lifestyle Food Fair. Frebaco's Organic Muesli, Fruit Muesli, Oat & Fruit Porridge and Oat & Barley Porridge are now available from The Nut-Free Zone at Tesco.

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Reactive partners with Sitecore to drive European expansion

Jul 31, 2012 11:04 BST Sitecore United Kingdom Sitecore UK has announced that award-winning, full service digital agency Reactive has joined Sitecore UK as a Certified Solution Partner.

Oct 11, 2011 19:17 BST Renewable Energy Systems UK Tesco supermarket enters solar electricity and renewable energy UK market

Mar 12, 2011 13:41 GMT Money Minds ADSA vs Tesco – which is cheaper? I thought ASDA was the cheapest of the Big Four (Tesco, ASDA, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons). After watching the latest Tesco advert last night, maybe not...

Jan 11, 2011 11:40 GMT The Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK The Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK will be hosting a seminar on social responsibility at Regent’s College on 1 February 2011, inviting high profile speakers from business and politics in the United Kingdom and Sweden, including Rt Hon Stephen Timms, Labour MP and Shadow Chancellor, David Reid, Chairman of Tesco plc and Mårten Andersson, CEO Skandia Nordic to name but a few.

Apr 03, 2007 10:07 BST Arla Foods Arla Foods UK plc, which supplies 40 per cent of Tesco's milk, welcomes the announcement that Tesco is to offer direct long-term contracts to named British dairy farmers raising the price farmers receive to around 22 pence per litre.