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Budgens: More than 800 jobs lost as 34 stores close

Published on Tuesday 7th of March 2017 08:31:22 AM in BBC

A chain of 34 Budgens stores has failed to find a buyer and will close, with the loss of more than 800 jobs.The owner of the stores affected, Food Retailer Operations Limited (FROL), was put in administration a month ago after hitting "difficult" trading conditions. The ...

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