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Paul Gosling (8 May 2014). "Debt has the potential to tear the Co-operative Group apart". Co-operative News . Retrieved 4 August 2014. Co-op Insurance Services is a business which sells insurance products to Co-op members. In 2018, Co-op Insurance Services entered the travel insurance market with a new product underwritten by Mapfre. In February 2019, the Group also returned to the life insurance market through a new partnership with Royal London, who underwrite new Co-op branded life insurance policies. The Co-op also provide business insurance through a partnership with Miles Smith and distribute Co-op branded motor and home insurance products for Markerstudy. [73] [74] [75] Legal services [ edit ]

Genetic modification: the consumers' voice (PDF). The Co-operative Group (Report). Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 September 2015 . Retrieved 6 June 2015. NHS repeat prescriptions made easy". Co-op Blog. 19 May 2019. Archived from the original on 24 September 2020 . Retrieved 10 July 2019.Co-operative Clothing supplied workwear, businesswear & uniforms for catering, construction, beauty and most other industries. [97] US Shale Gas Drives Up Coal Exports – Tyndall Manchester Research". tyndall.ac.uk. Archived from the original on 10 January 2016 . Retrieved 29 November 2015. Co-operative Group buys 10 c-stores from Sainsbury's". Talking Retail. Nexus Business Media. 28 March 2008. Archived from the original on 3 February 2013 . Retrieved 4 August 2008. Unconventional Oil: Scraping the bottom of the barrel?" (PDF). WWF & CFS. Archived from the original (PDF) on 8 July 2015 . Retrieved 5 June 2015.

framing claims to make a products characteristics seem better (e.g. 80% fat free crisps, when they would have been only 20% fat anyway); and Co-operative Group sees surge in younger members". Talking Retail. Nexus Business Media. 5 November 2007. Archived from the original on 3 February 2013 . Retrieved 30 June 2008. The new " The Co-operative" branding was first displayed at the 2005 co-operative congress and became the first brand which could bring together all of the co-operative businesses (both those of The Group and the independent societies) under a single consistent brand. With the brand came a set of standards which any outlet using the brand must adhere to – to maintain a high standard of impression with customers. A twelve-month pilot of the new branding followed and these suggested that a significant growth in sales followed the re-branding of stores, largely understood to result from a major impact on public perceptions. Not all of the independent societies joined this new branding however, with United Co-operatives (prior to its merger with the Co-operative Group), the Scottish Midland Co-operative Society and the Lincolnshire Co-operative Society not adopting the new brand design. In combination with the new "The Co-operative" redesign, the Co-op sought to relaunch the co-operative membership scheme using a single consistent national standard and featuring the re-introduction of the member dividend. [5] As of 2011, 22 independent consumer co-operatives are corporate members or customer-owners, of the group.The group's pesticide policy bans, restricts and monitors pesticide use at farms which supply its own brand products. The policy aims to minimise the use of chemicals, and the residues which remain on crops, whilst providing safe food but without notably increasing the cost of products. [183] In 2014 39% of tested products from The Co-operative fresh, frozen and canned produce range were pesticide residue free (2011: 35%) whilst 1.4% of tested products had pesticide residues above the Maximum Residue Limit (MRL) set for each product (4.4% is the UK average). [189] Commercialmotor.com – The Co-op 'streamlines' its deliveries with G&A's wind-cheating Dolphin duo—Biglorryblog has the news!". commercialmotor.com . Retrieved 29 November 2015. The Co-op were also involved in shareholder resolutions at BP and Shell's 2010 AGM over this issue of tar sands extraction. [168] [169] A further report published with the WWF was critical of the prospect of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology being used to reduce the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere to a level comparable to that of other methods of oil extraction. [170] In the report they claimed that it was this belief in CCS that the oil industry were using to justify their continued investment in the tar sands. Food (84), Bakery (1), Petrol Stations (10), Pharmacies (48), Post Offices (40), Travel (13), Funeral (17), Coffee Shops (2).

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